Use DivorceWriter to prepare your own Kansas uncontested divorce forms. You will receive everything you need to get you through the entire process, including step-by-step instructions and sample testimony for the final hearing.
Kansas Residency Requirements
If you want to file for divorce in Kansas, only one of the spouses needs to have lived in Kansas for 60 days before filing for divorce.
Grounds for Divorce
The ground for divorce you will use is incompatibility, which means both spouses agree there is no hope of reconciliation.
Where to File
You start the divorce process by filing the initial divorce documents with the clerk of the District court in the county where either you or your spouse resides in Kansas.
Divorce Made Easy
- No need to serve your spouse. Instead, your spouse will sign a Voluntary Entry of Appearance.
- No mandatory waiting period.
- Your divorce can be finalized as soon as 60 days after the initial documents are filed with the court.
The Court Filing Fee
Do not let financial hardship deter you from filing for divorce. DivorceWriter can provide you with the forms needed to request the court waive your filing fees.
If your divorce papers are not accepted by the judge, DivorceWriter offers a full refund.