What are the Residency and Filing Requirements for Divorce in Kansas?

Either the petitioner or the respondent must be a Kansas residence for at least 60 days immediately preceding the filing of the divorce petition. (Kansas Statutes Chapter 60, Article 16, Section 1603) A divorce petition should be filed in district court ((Kansas Statutes Chapter 60, Article 16, Section 1601)

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