The only way to obtain a certified copy of your divorce record in Kansas is to visit or contact the office of the Clerk of Kansas Court in the county where your divorce was finalized. There is a fee for this, but the fee is set by the individual court?s office. Each office accepts their own forms of payment, but all court offices require the same information.
– You must be one of the people listed on the divorce certificate
– You must be one of the children of the person listed on the divorce certificate
– You must be a parent of one of the people listed on the divorce certificate
– You must pay the fee
– You must provide valid photo identification
These items are non-negotiable. Some county offices allow you to send this information via mail or email, but others require you visit in person. Ask about cut-off times for same day service if you plan on making a trip to the office.
If you?d like to have a copy of a divorce record in Kansas but you?re not one of the people who can obtain a certified copy, you?ll contact the Kansas Department of Health and Environment?s Vital Statistics office. This office can provide you with copies over the phone, through the mail, and online. You?ll need the following information:
– Valid photo identification
– Your contact information
– The fee for the services rendered
– Mailing address
– The names of both parties listed on the divorce
– Maiden name of any wives listed in the divorce
– Date of the divorce
– County and city where the divorce occurred
Once you provide this information, the divorce record is mailed to you.