Do I have to sign the divorce decree?
If both parties are signing the Decree: The Decree of Divorce must include all of the agreements between you and your spouse. You both must sign the Decree of Divorce. If there was a hearing or trial: Everything in your proposed Decree of Divorce must match everything the judge ordered at your hearing.
Are Kansas divorce records public?
Divorce certificates began being filed with the Office July 1, 1951. Divorce information is open to the public at the county district court level. Click here to access a listing of all Kansas county district courts.
What happens if I dont sign the divorce papers?
Uncontested Divorce If you've gone through mediation and your spouse signs the original agreement that goes over custody, alimony, etc, however, will not sign the divorce papers, the judge may hold an uncontested hearing. If your spouse does not show up to the hearing, the judge may grant the divorce.
Does a divorce decree supercede a contract?
A divorce decree is not going to supersede the original agreement you made with your lender or credit card issuer. Your divorce decree does NOTHING to separate you from debts you were obligated to pay during your marriage. Your divorce attorney should explain this to you.