Category Archives: Uncontested Divorce

How You and Your Spouse Can Make Your Kansas Divorce Amicable

Please read the title of this article again.  Note is doesn’t say “YOU”, it says “YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE”.  It truly does take both of you to agree on keeping things amicable, but on the other side of the coin, if YOU keep these simple things in mind, then maybe you can keep your spouse [...]

My Kansas Divorce is Uncontested, I think….

I get a call at least once a week from a prospective client and hear something along the lines of, “I think my divorce is uncontested”.  While I understand that some cases really do start out amicable and go south from there, there are several red flags to pay attention to when determining if your [...]

Keeping your Job While Going Through Your Kansas Divorce

A divorce is an extremely stressful time in your life.  To try and keep this stress separate from your work life is almost impossible.  An article was recently posted in the Kansas City Star discussing how a custody battle can affect your performance at work.  The article is certainly worth fully reading, however, the article [...]

Is My Kansas Divorce Uncontested?

Let’s not focus on the actual term, let’s focus on you and your spouse.  While the common term is “uncontested”, some may call it amicable, no-fault, quick, fast, easy, etc.  It is easier to answer this question if we focus on what is going on between you and your spouse in order to determine if [...]

Do it Yourself Kansas Divorce

An article was posted recently in the Salina Journal regarding the issues that courts are presented when parties try to represent themselves in court.  In an effort to assist the pro-se litigant, Kansas courts are making forms more accesible to the public, and are working on a pilot program allowing attorney’s to assist clients in [...]

Keeping Kansas Divorce Costs Down

If you are involved in a divorce or seeking a divorce, one major factor in any case is the cost.   There are some costs you can’t control, however, there are many that you can.   A divorce involves many important decisions such as child custody, child support, division of property, etc.  It is important to stay [...]

Affordable Avenue to Divorce in Kansas

I recently posted an article discussing the affordabilty of a divorce.  The financial advisor suggested that you can afford to get divorced when your living situation has become so uncomfortable it is taking a toll on you, your spouse and your family.  I understand what you are thinking, easy for her to say.  However, a [...]

Uncontested Divorce Process

One of the main reasons people choose an uncontested divorce in because the process is easier and much more affordable than a traditional, contested divorce.  Please review my previous post to determine if an uncontested divorce is right for you.  Ok, so you have passed the test, so how do I proceed with the process?
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How Long Does it Take to Get Divorced in Kansas?

Kansas Waiting Period
In Kansas, there is a minimum 60-day waiting period from the time you file the Petition until the Court will grant a final divorce.  However, most divorces take longer than the 60-day time frame, and generally take from six months to over one year.  Of course, the time frame greatly differs on the [...]

6 Steps in an Uncontested Divorce in Kansas

The uncontested divorce process in Kansas in a nutshell is a six step process. Below is a simplified version of the process, however, it gives you a good idea of the time and work involved for a divorce and the terms with respect to the divorce. Please refer to later posts for more [...]