TOPEKA—The Kansas judicial branch website at www.kscourts.org is temporarily offline. The expected timeline to bring the site back online is by end of day Tuesday.
Also affected are websites for seven judicial districts:
- 2nd Judicial District
- 6th Judicial District
- 11th Judicial District
- 12th Judicial District
- 16th Judicial District
- 24th Judicial District
- 30th Judicial District
Online services that are reached through the website but are not part of it continue to be available.
The Kansas District Court Public Access Portal at https://prodportal.kscourts.org/prodportal. The portal is used to search district court cases in all counties but Douglas, Johnson, Sedgwick, Shawnee, and Wyandotte. It’s also where people can make online payments to courts operating in all counties but those listed.
Online payments to a court in Douglas, Sedgwick, Shawnee, or Wyandotte county, may be made using CitePayUSA at https://www.citepayusa.com/payments/welcome.do?state=KS.
Payments to Johnson County District Court can be made online at https://courts.jocogov.org/e_pay.aspx.
The online Kansas Marriage License Application at https://appengine.egov.com/apps/ks/oja/marriage_license. Couples can continue to apply for marriage licenses using the online form.
The Kansas Protection Order Portal, or KSPOP, at https://www.kspop.org/index.php/en/. People can use the site to file for an order of protection from abuse, stalking, or trafficking.
The Kansas Courts eFiling portal at https://filer.kscourts.org/. Kansas attorneys in good standing are required to electronically file in Kansas courts.
The Kansas Attorney Registration Directory at https://directory-kard.kscourts.org/
The site includes a search feature to find attorneys registered in Kansas.
The Kansas Appellate Case Inquiry at https://pittsreporting.kscourts.org/Appellate. The inquiry system is to search cases before the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals.
While the judicial branch website is offline, it is not possible to search appellate opinions or Supreme Court rules and orders.
Questions for the courts can be sent by email to [email protected] or by calling 785-296-2256.