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Kansas eCourt includes the applications and technologies that create a statewide, web-based courthouse, changing how state courts interact with and serve people. One component of eCourt is a centralized case management system that will be used by all state courts. The transition to the centralized case management system will continue into 2022.


Kansas Courts eFiling

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All Kansas-licensed attorneys who are permitted to practice law under Supreme Court Rule 208(a) must electronically file documents in state courts.

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If you are a Kansas attorney and you have completed your registration, you may eFile now.

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Online Services

As Kansas courts transition to a new centralized case management system following the Kansas eCourt Statewide Rollout Plan, they will begin to offer online access to court records and change how they accept online payments.


Search District Court Records

All district courts allow access to public records through a courthouse terminal. Courts that have transitioned to the centralized case management system offer online access to public court records through the eCourt public portal.

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Pay a Fine or Fee

Whether a court has transitioned to the centralized case management system affects how you pay fines and fees online, as well as how you pay by mail.

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Centralized Case Management System Project

The centralized case management system is a key component in the Kansas Supreme Court's eCourt plan. It will complete the conversion from local, paper-driven processes to a statewide electronic one. Its rollout to all state courts is scheduled to be complete in 2024.

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Expanded Access to eCourt

There are two types of expanded access to information in the Kansas eCourt case management system: external stakeholder and attorney. Both are through the Kansas District Court Public Access Portal.

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