Other places to find legal help and information:
Kansas Legal Services- A Non-Profit Law Firm and Community Education Organization
KLS provides assistance to low and moderate income Kansans through legal and mediation services. Mostly they help people whose income is low for a family of that size. Please note: They don’t take criminal cases.
You may call them at 1-800-723-6953 or apply online by completing their application. Click here to learn more. Several of the programs and information they provide include:
- All About Divorce in Kansas
- Questions & Answers About Child Support in Kansas
- Facts About Expungement in Kansas
- Tenant Issues & Rights for Kansas Renters
- Free Legal Forms
Douglas County Legal Aid Society at the KU School of Law
Applicants need to have cases pending in Douglas County. All cases are received by court appointment or agency referral and screened for eligibility. Call 785-864-5564 to learn more or visit KU Legal Aid Clinic.
Washburn Law Clinic
The Washburn Law Clinic generally handles cases pending in Shawnee County. Each client completes an intake process and must meet eligibility guidelines. To learn more about the clinic and they types of cases they take visit Washburn Law Law Clinic or call 785-670-1191.
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
This clinic is hosted by Kansas Legal Services. It provides free, high-quality representation to those who have disputes with the Internal Revenue Service. It serves Kansas residents. You can contact them at 1-800-723-6952 or apply online by completing the application at KLS Taxpayer Clinic Application.
If you need to hire an attorney, find a local one at:
KBA Lawyer Referral Service - a Lawyer Referral Service for Kansas
KBA Member Attorney Directory- you can search by name or location.
You may find legal information at these places:
- KBA Self-Help Brochures and Pamphlets provided by the Kansas Bar Association and Kanas Bar Foundation
- Kansas Legal Services Legal Forms & Live Chat
- Kansas Attorney General's Office Consumer Protection Division They do not provide legal advice but they investigate scams and violations of areas such as the No Call Act, the Roofing Registration Act, the Charitable Organization and Solicitations Act, the Kansas False Claims Act, the Funeral and Cemetery Merchandise Agreements Act, and the Kansas Cemetery Corporation Act.
If you need legal advice to learn more about your situation:
- KanAsk-A-Lawyer or 1-800-928-3111
- Kansas Legal Services Lawyer Advice Line or 1-800-723-6953
- Elder Law Hotline for those 60 and older- call 1-888-353-5337
Thinking about representing yourself?
- KLS Free Legal Forms (auto fill documents provided for low income Kansans)