18th Judicial District's Self-Help Center
The 18th Judicial District's Self Help Center is open for unrepresented persons to file Family Law related forms.
The forms below may still be accessed from any public or personal computer.
WHAT IS THE FAMILY LAW SELF-HELP CENTER?
The Family Law Self-Help Center exists to assist unrepresented litigants resolve their family law issues in Sedgwick County. The staff of the Family Law Department is dedicated to providing the information and forms necessary for unrepresented litigants to participate in court procedures and resolve their cases. However, the Family Law Self Help Center does not provide legal advice.
WHAT IS AN UNREPRESENTED LITIGANT?
Unrepresented litigants are individuals who represent themselves because they do not wish to hire an attorney or they cannot afford an attorney. Volunteers may be onsite Mondays from 9:00 am to Noon and Wednesdays from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm to assist unrepresented litigants with the completion of the forms. These volunteers do not give legal advice. Court Clerks & Aides within the Family Law Department cannot provide legal advice or recommend a specific course of action on any case.
Available Forms Include:
(Access your forms from the links below)
LOCATION AND HOURS
The Family Law Self-Help Center is located on the 4th floor of the Sedgwick County Courthouse.
Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm.
Help Center staff are not able to provide legal advice or recommend a specific course of action. A full disclaimer of services offered is available in the Help Center office.
For additional information go to the Kansas Legal Services Web Page