KS Probate FormsShow Table of Contents
There are a number of state-specific forms you may need when going through the probate process.
In Kansas, the local District Court handles wills and estate probate.
You can check with your local court for the forms they might prefer, and below you will find some of the more common KS forms:
- Notice of Hearing - Notify interested parties of a court hearing
- Inventory - Consider using the EstateExec Inventory Report
- Final Accounting - Consider using the EstateExec Accounting Report
Kansas encourages the use of lawyers when going through probate (other than for small estates), and so makes forms freely available to lawyers, but charges consumers a fee for a KS Probate Forms Packet. You may be able to access this for free at the Central Resource Library or the Kansas State Library.
Small estates sometimes need only 1 specialized form or affidavit: see Small KS Estates.
See also General Probate.