Where Can Bankruptcy Be Filed In Kansas?
Bankruptcy cases are filed and adjudicated in specialized federal bankruptcy courts, and each federal judicial district has its own bankruptcy court. Although part of the federal district court, most bankruptcy courts have a separate clerk’s office and unique procedural rules. United States bankruptcy judges preside over bankruptcy cases filed in their district.
Bankruptcy Courts are Located in Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City
People and businesses that file bankruptcy in Kansas do so in federal courts located in Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City. Federal courthouses in each of these cities house the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas, as well as clerk’s offices which support the function of the bankruptcy court. There are four bankruptcy judges in the District of Kansas.
Bankruptcy Attorneys Can Help
Most people who file bankruptcy are assisted by bankruptcy lawyers familiar with the technical rules and procedures involved with bankruptcy law and practice. Bankruptcy attorneys at Klenda Austerman LLC have experience representing people and businesses from across the entire state of Kansas in bankruptcy courts located in Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City.