How long does a divorce take in Kansas?

How long does a divorce take in Kansas?

30 to 90 days

How do I look up court cases in Kansas?

Accessing court records through eCourt Public Access Portal If a public record is not available through the public access portal, it will be available at the courthouse using a courthouse terminal. Each court has a computer reserved for public searches of court cases and court records in that court.

Who can marry you in Kansas?

If you or your fiancé are under 18, a parent or guardian and a district court judge must consent. You can be married by an ordained clergyperson of any religion or any judge of a court record. In marriage, the husband and the wife are legally obligated to support each other.

What is needed to get married in Kansas?

In Kansas, you must be 18 years of age or older (or have the consent of both parents, a legal guardian, or a district court judge if 16-17 years of age), provide a certified birth certificate, and pay a fee, the cost of which may vary depending upon the county. There are no residency or blood test requirements.

How much does it cost to get married at the courthouse in Wichita KS?

You will need to bring your drivers license or social security card to the Clerk of the District Court’s office. There is a $85.50 license application fee. License must be paid for with exact change. The ceremony must be in the state of Kansas.