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Good afternoon. Yes, you can. Of course, you first need to obtain a judgment. To obtain the Judge, you would have to file a civil lawsuit against them. If you prevail and get a judgment, you can then enforce the judgment against them. Now, if they agreement and everything was made in the state where you reside, you could try and file it there. If not, you would have to sue them in the State where they reside. The fact that they live in another state, does not prevent the filing of the lawsuit. It just may mean you have to do it where they reside.
It depends. If the agreement you made with them was in the State where you reside, you could sue there. However, if it was not and/or they resided in Kansas when it was made, you would have to sue them there.