IOLTA Enrollment is as easy as
1,2,3

1. Download/Print and complete the IOLTA registration form
IOLTA Registration Form

2. Take the registration to a Partners in Justice leadership bank or other approved financial institution.

For a list of approved institutions and to learn more about how Partners in Justice banks can increase your impact on improving the administration of justice in Kansas.
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If your bank has questions about becoming an approved financial institution, they should call the Office of the Disciplinary Administrator at (785) 296-2486 or email at attydisc@kscourts.org .

3.Mail, fax, or email a scanned copy of the completed and signed IOLTA registration to:

Mail

Kansas Bar Foundation
IOLTA Program
1200 SW Harrison St.
Topeka, KS 66612-1806

Fax

(785) 234-3813

@ Email

info@ksbar.org
(please inlcude "IOLTA Registration" in the subject line)


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Did you know... if you practice in Kansas and Missouri, you can have IOLTA accounts that benefit both states?

If you practice in both states and you wish to participate in IOLTA in Kansas and Missouri, you can setup an IOLTA acct. in the same bank if it has branches in both states. You will need to have two accounts and they need to be labeled for each state (one titled Kansas IOLTA and the other Missouri IOLTA). In Kansas, participating in IOLTA is still voluntary. If you wish to decline participation, you are required to send a letter or a declination form to the clerk of the appellate courts. Please send a copy of any declination to the KBF.

You can find the Notice of Declination form here or below in IOLTA Resources.

IMPORTANT: If you choose not to participate in IOLTA in Kansas and you have Kansas clients, you still must establish a non-IOLTA trust account in Kansas.

Important IOLTA Resources

For Attorneys

A History of IOLTA in North America
from Kentucky Bar Foundation on Vimeo.

Presented by the ABA Commission on IOLTA and The National Association of IOLTA Programs, with generous support from The Florida Bar Foundation, The Law Foundation of British Columbia, and The Alberta Law Foundation

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