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The Kansas judicial branch experienced a security incident that disrupted the information systems on which state courts operate.
 

Q: How can I search whether someone has cases pending or resolved?
A: You can search the Kansas District Court Public Access Portal. Learn more at Search District Court Records. You can also search at a courthouse using the court's search terminal. Courthouse terminal search is available in any court operating on the Kansas eCourt case management sytem. Visit Status of District Court Restoration to find out which courts offer courthouse terminal search. 


Q: I used a credit card to pay the court. Is my credit card information safe?

A: Yes. Kansas courts use third-party vendors to process credit card payments.

 

Q: I need to pay the court. How do I do that?

A: Courts are currently unable to accept electronic payments. You can pay the court in person or by U.S. mail. Contact the court you want to pay for more information.

When you make a payment, include your name and case number.

Kansas district courts

Centralized Court Payment Center

 

Q: How do I apply for a marriage license?

A: You can apply for a marriage license in person at the courthouse.

 

Q: I paid a bond and it is due to be refunded to me. When will I get the money?

A: We are unable to make payments while our information systems are offline. This includes restitution and bond refunds.

 

Q: I am owed restitution and the defendant made a payment recently. When will I get the money?

A: We are unable to make payments while our information systems are offline. This includes restitution and bond refunds.



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