Legal Resources

Elder Law Hotline
Elder Law Hotline is a project of Kansas Legal Services. Hotline attorneys answer questions in civil cases for Kansans age 60 or older. Cases may be referred to a local Senior Citizens Law Project attorney or a private attorney. Elder Hotline: 888-353-5337

Kansas Bar Association
This organization provides legal forms for Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney and educational resources for personal use. Includes free lawyer referral service.

Kansas Free Legal Answers
Ask volunteer lawyers non-criminal legal questions through this website from the American Bar Association.

Kansas Judicial Council – Legal Forms
Free legal forms used in legal proceedings including divorce, name change, and child support.

Kansas Legal Services
A non-profit law firm and community education organization providing
free legal forms such as divorce, name change and more. Learn about the services for low and moderate income Kansans.

Legal Databases
Information on current issues, studies as well as articles in all major law reviews, law journals, and legal newspapers.

Stormont Vail Health – Legal Resources
Free downloadable Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney forms.

Third Judicial District Court, Shawnee County – Court Forms
Free legal forms related to court proceedings.

University of Kansas School of Law Library
Access free legal forms including landlord and tenant, medical decision making, and wills, trusts and estates.

Washburn Law Clinic
Specially licensed law students acting under the close supervision of clinic faculty attorneys represent individuals who are unable to pay for legal services. The Washburn Law Clinic functions as an in-house general practice law firm, providing representation in practice concentration areas. The Washburn Law Clinic generally handles cases pending in the geographical confines of Shawnee County. The Law Clinic is unable to give legal advice or answer questions unless you are a current client.

Washburn Law Library is open to the public.