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    How It Works

    It takes just 3 easy steps to file for divorce.

  • Complete our simple online questionnaire

    Provide information about your marriage and dissolution by simply answering questions on our website.

  • Review Completed Kansas Forms

    Get the ready-to-file forms and we provide instructions on what to do next. Perform your DIY divorce with ease.

  • File the Documents

    File the divorce papers in a courthouse or online. Notify your spouse about the divorce proceedings.

Benefits of Our Service

Say “No” to the fuss and extra expenses while preparing paperwork for an uncontested divorce! has over 9 years of experience in generating legal forms in a matter of days. For just $139, you will get ready-to-file documents and a step-by-step guide for applying for divorce in Kansas. No hidden fees or delays.
With you`ll also get:

  • A court-acceptance guarantee for all forms created on our platform or your money back

  • Detailed instructions on how to file for divorce yourself

  • Review your answers and make changes anytime

  • A full package of divorce filings

  • Receive completed forms in your email within 2 business days

  • Substantial savings on the services of a lawyer

  • Paperwork preparation from the comfort of your home

  • Attentive customer support service

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Valid Grounds for Divorce in
Kansas State

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics, the divorce rate in Kansas in 2019 was 2.3 per 1,000 residents. The divorce rate has dropped significantly for the latest five years.

Kansas Family Law allows spouses to file for fault or no-fault divorce.

When filing for divorce without fault, the couple must point out that they are incompatible and reconciliation is impossible. However, the petitioner does not need to provide exact details of the dissolution.

When applying for a fault divorce, the petitioner has to provide proof of the other spouse's guilt. The evidence can include letters, photos, and witnesses` testimony.

Grounds for a fault divorce in Kansas include:

failure to perform a material marital duty;

incompatibility due to mental illness or incapacity.

What Clients Say About Us

Easy to go

“I was able to complete the application in one sitting. The questions were laid out well and easy to comprehend. Will definitely recommend it to anyone needing a quick, easy divorce settlement!”

by Kyle G.

Quick & Fast

“I never knew it could be done from the computer, I am super appreciative of the quick turnaround, especially over a holiday weekend!!”

by Zalayne T.

Easy to Use and Convenient

“Much easier to use than trying to figure it out on my own. Was able to fill out the information in a short amount of time.”

by Wendy P.

Good service

“I greatly appreciate having this service available at such a difficult time in my life.”

by Tyra I.

Fast and Easy

“This seems to be an easy route and process to effectively get around divorcing in record timing.”

by Olasunkanmi O.


“Flawless and super easy! Took so much stress off my shoulders.”

by Rebecca M.

Easy as 123

“It was amazingly easy. And a lot less expensive.”

by Connie M.

Handled everything well

“All my questions were answered in a timely manner and everything was easy to access.”

by Cassandra M.
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