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Kansas Special Warranty Deed Form

The Kansas special warranty deed is a legal form used to transfer land and buildings from one person (the grantor or seller) to another (the grantee or the buyer). A special warranty provides limited warranty as to title, meaning that the grantor warrants only that he or she has not transferred any interest in the…

Kansas Transfer on Death Deed Form

The Kansas transfer on death deed is a form that can be used to ensure that your loved ones will receive your real estate upon your death. It provides a way to avoid probate for the real estate and allows the property to transfer directly to a loved one upon death. Actual transfer of ownership does…

Kansas General (Statutory) Warranty Deed Form

The Kansas statutory warranty deed is used to transfer property with a warranty or guarantee from the seller to the buyer. The seller guarantees that there are no other interests in the property being sold and that he or she has the legal authority to transfer the property. If that is not the case, the…

Kansas Quit Claim Deed Form

The Kansas quitclaim deed is a legal document used to convey real estate in Kansas. This type of deed grants whatever rights to the property the seller (or grantor) has in the property, but does not guarantee those rights. That means if there are other claims against the property, the buyer cannot make a claim…

Kansas Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Kansas living trust is a document that enables an individual (the Grantor) to transfer ownership of their property into an entity to be distributed to a Beneficiary (or Beneficiaries) upon the Grantor’s death. Depending on the type of trust created, the Grantor may choose to be the person responsible for managing the trust during…

Kansas Non-Compete Agreement Template

The Kansas Non-Compete Agreement Template details the conditions that a Disclosing Entity wishes to impose upon a Recipient of information to safeguard against any potentially unfair competition. Such paperwork may be used by virtually any Company whether it is a corporation, partnership, limited liability company etc. in any number of situations where it exposes its…

Kansas Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Kansas notary acknowledgment form is often attached to a document, legal or otherwise, to prove the authenticity of the signatures therein. Signed and sealed by a notary, this statement also certifies that each signer personally appeared in front of the notary to identify themselves and declare that they signed the document under their own…

Kansas Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in KS

Kansas voter registration forms allow eligible Kansas residents eighteen (18) years of age and older to vote in upcoming local, state and federal elections. Forms must be sent to the elections officer of the county in which the registrant resides. Alternatively, Kansans can register through the Kansas Secretary of State’s online registration portal. The online…

Kansas Revocable Living Trust Form

The Kansas revocable living trust, unlike a will, will avoid the probate process after the death of the Grantor. Avoiding this process can save the Beneficiaries time and money when making claims on the assets they have been bequeathed. Furthermore, property and assets within a living trust are not made public record upon the death of…

Kansas Self-Proving Affidavit Form

The Kansas self-proving affidavit is a legal document confirming the authenticity of a last will and testament. Following the death of a testator (creator of will), the self-proving affidavit will be presented to court officials to prove that the individual’s will was created voluntarily, competently, and in accordance with State law. This procedure enables the will to pass…


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