Who should register
Self-represented parties file paper documents, so they should not register.
Kansas eFiling Rules require Kansas-licensed attorneys permitted to practice law under Supreme Court Rule 206 must electronically file documents in state courts.
Nonlawyer external stakeholders
Supreme Court Rule 122A permits certain nonlawyer, external stakeholders to electronically file documents.
Electronic filing by certain nonlawyer, external stakeholders is required if the court is on the Kansas eCourt case management system. If the court is not operating on the Kansas eCourt case management system, electronic filing is possible but not required.
Kansas eCourt Courts lists which courts are operating on the Kansas eCourt case management system.
If you are eligible to efile under one of the following categories, request a Kansas Court eFiling account using the Rule 122A Request Form:
individual or group employed by a government entity
individual or group employed by a government contractor
individual or group employed by a government grantee
individual performing services on behalf of a district court
a program appointed by a district court to assist with cases
Before you register
Before you register, watch tutorials on the Kansas Courts eFiling Training Videos page. Then, go to the Kansas Courts eFiling application, where you will select Request Account under the New User heading.
Once your account is approved, you will receive an email that explains how to log in for the first time. The email will include several useful documents, including an explanation of rules and technical standards, and a list of documents currently accepted by Kansas Courts eFiling. If you have questions, or you experience problems with the registration process, email email@example.com.
eFiling in Johnson County
Johnson County District Court maintains an electronic filing system that is separate from Kansas Courts eFiling and you must contact the court directly to gain access to it. If you use the Johnson County eFiling system, be aware of service requirements identified in Supreme Court Administrative Order No. 268.