All motions, unless made during a hearing or at trial, shall be in writing and filed with the clerk. If a motion is joint or unopposed, a statement to this effect shall be contained in the caption and body of the motion. A proposed order should be submitted with any joint or unopposed motions, unless otherwise directed by the Court.
A chamber’s copy of all motions and responses must be mailed, emailed or hand-delivered to the Division hearing the motion.
Kansas Supreme Court Rule 133 governs all other motion requirements, including time frames for responses and requests for a hearing on the motion, except that no request for a hearing shall be made unless the moving party first determines the motion is opposed.
Revised: February 17, 2023