Kansas Statutes Chapter 59. Probate Code

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  • Article 1. General Provisions
  • Article 2. Courts and Their Records
  • Article 4. Homestead and Family Allowances
  • Article 5. Intestate Succession
  • Article 6. Wills
  • Article 6A. Elective Share of Surviving Spouse
  • Article 7. Letters Testamentary and of Administration
  • Article 8. Estates of Nonresidents
  • Article 9. Estates of Intestates Without Heirs
  • Article 10. Partnership Estates
  • Article 11. Bonds
  • Article 12. Inventory and Appraisement
  • Article 13. Classification and Payment of Demands
  • Article 14. Management and Sale of Assets
  • Article 15. Accounting and Distribution
  • Article 16. Accounting of Trustees
  • Article 17. Provisions Applicable to All Estates
  • Article 20. Support of Patients at Certain Institutions
  • Article 21. Adoption
  • Article 22. Probate Procedure
  • Article 22A. Cy-Pres Rule for Charitable Trusts, Devises or Bequests
  • Article 23. Proceedings for Sale, Lease and Mortgage of Realty
  • Article 24. Appeals and Transfers
  • Article 25. Rules of Court
  • Article 26. Miscellaneous
  • Article 27. Estates of Absentees
  • Article 28. Special Personal Representatives
  • Article 29. Care and Treatment for Mentally Ill Persons
  • Article 29A. Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators
  • Article 29B. Care and Treatment for Persons with an Alcohol or Substance Abuse Problem
  • Article 30. Guardians or Conservators
  • Article 31. Uniform Testamentary Additions to Trusts Act
  • Article 32. Simplified Estates Act
  • Article 33. Informal Administration Act
  • Article 34. Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities
  • Article 35. Transfer-On-Death

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