Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the state of Kansas requires the payment of a $299 filing fee, whereas filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy requires the payment of a $274 filing fee. You can seek a complete waiver of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing fee based on your household size and income, or you can enter into an installment plan with the bankruptcy court for payment of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing fee.
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