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Adams

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (608) 339-4228
  • Clerk of Court
    (608) 339-4208
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 339-4267
  • County Clerk
    (608) 339-4200
    Marriage licenses & domestic partnership information, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 339-4217
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 339-4208
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 339-4213
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 339-4206
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 339-3304
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Adams County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 339-4218. Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Aging and Disability Resource Center
    (877) 883-5378.
  • Hope House
    (608) 356-9123 or (800) 584-6790 or (608) 356-7500
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Court
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Ashland

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 682-7004
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 682-7016
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (715) 682-7000
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 682-7019
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 682-6442
  • Register in Probate / Juvenile Court Clerk
    (715) 682-7009
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 682-7008
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 685-7640
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Barron

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 537-6390
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 537-6265
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 537-6393
  • County Clerk
    (715) 537-6200
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 537-6220
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 635-9081
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 537-6261
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 537-6210
    Birth, marriage and death record applications.
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 537-3106
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center
    (888) 538-3031
  • Barron County Restorative Justice Program
    (715) 418-2189. Coordinates programs for youth and adult offenders.
  • Barron County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 537-6220. Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Disability Rights Wisconsin
    (715) 736-1232. Disability Rights helps people across Wisconsin gain access to services and opportunity through its advocacy and legal expertise. Legal support addresses access, inclusion, dignity, most-integrated choices and equal rights issues.
  • Domestic Abuse Project
    (715) 537-6334
  • Guardian Program
    (715) 537-6261
  • Judicare
    800-472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 537-6271. The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.

Forms & Guides

  • Court Procedures
    • Court Forms (Clerk of Court)
      Divorce, child support revision, contempt, custody, health care provisions, income withholding, restraining orders, small claims, visitation, and passport applications
  • Criminal
  • Estate / Probate
  • Family
      • Child Custody / Visitation
      • Court Forms (Clerk of Court)
        Divorce, child support revision, contempt, custody, health care provisions, income withholding, restraining orders, small claims, visitation, and passport applications
      • Child Support
      • Court Forms (Clerk of Court)
        Divorce, child support revision, contempt, custody, health care provisions, income withholding, restraining orders, small claims, visitation, and passport applications
      • Divorce / Legal Separation
      • Court Forms (Clerk of Court)
        Divorce, child support revision, contempt, custody, health care provisions, income withholding, restraining orders, small claims, visitation, and passport applications
  • Small Claims
    • Court Forms (Clerk of Court)
      Divorce, child support revision, contempt, custody, health care provisions, income withholding, restraining orders, small claims, visitation, and passport applications
    • Basic Guide to Wisconsin Small Claims Actions (WI Court System)
      Step by step guide to small claims actions in Barron County.
  • Trusts / Wills
    • Wills (Register in Probate)
  • Vital Records

Ordinances & Rules

Bayfield

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 373-6106
  • Clerk of Court/Register in Probate
    (715) 373-6108
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information. Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate.
  • County Clerk
    (715) 373-6100
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 373-6111
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 373-6108
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 373-6119
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 373-6300
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Bayfield County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 373-6111. Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Center Against Sexual & Domestic Abuse (CASDA)
    (715) 373-0870
  • Judicare
    800-472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • New Day Shelter
    (715) 682-9565 or (800) 924-4132. Provides emergency housing and food to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as crisis intervention and support services.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Brown

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 448-4090
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 448-4155
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 448-4006
  • County Clerk
    (920)-448-4000; (920)-448-4021; (920)-448-4016
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Court Commissioners
    (920) 448-4285
  • District Attorney
    (920) 448-4190
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 448-4275
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 448-4470
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 448-4200
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center
    (920) 448-4300
  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Brown County Free Legal Clinic
    Meets at Casa ALBA Melanie on the first Wednesday of every month at 4 p.m. Attorneys assist members of the public by providing legal information regarding court procedures and forms.
  • Brown County Victim / Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 448-4194
  • CASA of Brown County
    (920) 435-0100
  • Golden House
    (920) 435-0100
    Domestic violence services and shelter.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1127
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Legal Resources of Brown County
    Every Tuesday from 4 pm to 7 pm at the Wisconsin Job Center Building, 701 Cherry Street, Green Bay. Information and assistance to low income residents who are unable to afford an attorney, with a focus on family law and landlord/tenant issues.
  • Sexual Assault Center / Family Services
    Phone numbers on website. 24 hour, confidential, free services for victims of sexual assault or abuse, and their families and friends.
  • Sexual Assault Center of Family Services
    (920) 436-6800

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Buffalo

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (608) 685-6314
  • Clerk of Court
    (608) 685-6212
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 685-6236
  • County Clerk
    (608) 685-6209
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 685-6236
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 685-6202
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 685-6230
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 685-4433
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Buffalo County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 685-6258. Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Burnett

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 349-2555
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 349-2147
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information. Small claims information concerning docketing and reopening judgments.
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 349-2168
  • County Clerk
    (715) 349-2173
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 349-2167
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 485-3118
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 349-2177
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 349-2183
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 349-2121
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Burnett County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 349-2164. Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Community Referral Agency
    (800) 261-7233. Provides advocacy and services for victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.
  • Volunteer Legal Advocates and Court Watch
    (715) 825-4414
    Assists individuals to obtain TRO/Injunctions and attend court proceedings in domestic and sexual abuse cases

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Calumet

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 849-1454
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket. Financial Disclosure Statement; Child Support Complaint Process and Form; Child Support Enforcement Services Application; Request for mediation Services
  • Clerk of Court
    (920) 849-1414
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 849-1443
  • County Clerk
    (920) 849-1458
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 849-1438
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 849-1414, ext. 377
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 849-1455
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 849-1441
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 849-2335
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Calumet County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 849-1438 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Conflict Resolution Center
    (920) 236-4925 Mediators assist with disputes involving small claims, neighbor problems, domestic problems, juvenile disputes, consumer/merchant issues, worksite problems, and personal or business relationships. Located in the Winnebago County Courthouse.
  • Foreclosure Mediation
    Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in Calumet County. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary process where you and the lender seeking to foreclose on your home may discuss ways to resolve your foreclosure case, including reinstatement of the loan and possible modification of the loan terms.
  • Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs
    (800) 970-1171, (920) 849-7819
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (920) 849-1414 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1127
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Sexual Assault Crisis Center
    (800) 722-7797, (920) 733-8119

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Chippewa

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 726 7750
  • Chippewa Valley Veterans Treatment Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 726-7758
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 726-4595
  • County Clerk
    (715) 726-7980
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 726-7740
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 723-4443
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 726-7737
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 726-7994
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 726-7701
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Chippewa County Free Legal Clinic
  • Chippewa County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 726-7733 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Family Support Center
    (715) 723-1138 or (800) 400-7020 The mission of the Family Support Center is to help women, men and children end domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and other forms of interpersonal violence through education, prevention and intervention services.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Clark

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 743-5213
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket. Child support applications.
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 743-5181
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 743-5223
  • County Clerk
    (715) 743-5148
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 743-5167
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 267-7249
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 743-5172
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 743-5163
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (800) 743-2420
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Clark County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 743-5270 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 743-5181 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Stepping Stones, Inc.
    (715) 748-3795 Assists individuals in obtaining temporary restraining orders (TRO)/injunctions in domestic abuse cases, and provides information and referral services.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Columbia

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (608) 742-9610
  • Circuit Court Branch 1
  • Circuit Court Branch 2
  • Circuit Court Branch 3
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 742-9640
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 742-9667
  • County Clerk
    (608) 742-9654
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 742-9650
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 742-9841
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 742-9636
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 742-9677
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 742-4166
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Columbia County.
  • Columbia County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 742-9650 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Community Resource Guide
    Social and legal assistance organization directory.
  • Hope House
    (800) 584-6790
    (608) 356-9123
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Crawford

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (608) 326-0218
  • Clerk of Court
    (608) 326-0211
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (608) 326-0200
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 326-4802
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 326-6496
  • Register in Probate/Juvenile Court Clerk
    (608) 326-0206
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 326-0219
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 326-0241
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Crawford County.
  • Crawford County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 326-0299 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Dane

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 266-4031
    Instructions/Forms Motion to Change Custody, Placement, Support or Maintenance. Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Judges
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 266-4311
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 266-4355
  • County Clerk
    (608) 266-4121
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Court Commissioners
    608-266-4311
  • District Attorney
    (608) 266-4211
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 266-4331
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship, restraining orders, and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 266-4141
    Birth, marriage and death record applications. Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 284-6800
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; service of process of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center
    855-417-6892
    Disability Benefit Specialists (DBS) assist individuals between the ages of 18 and 59 who have physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, mental health issues and/or substance abuse issues
  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Dane County.
  • Community Immigration Law Center
    (608) 257-4845
    Offers brief consultations on basic legal immigration issues on a first come, first serve basis. Case assessment and legal advice provided by our volunteer immigration lawyers. Assistance with immigration forms and fillings.
  • Community Justice Incorporated
    (608) 204-9642
    Represents low-income families and individuals in cases involving landlord/tenant, disability and mental health, employment, family, child welfare, education, discrimination, consumer/credit, land use, environmental issues. New users must call during intake hours: Mon-Thurs 1-4 pm. Be prepared to spend 15-30 mins on the phone.
  • Dane County CASA, Inc.
    (608) 266-9102
  • Dane County Law Library
  • Dane County Victim/Witness Unit
    (608) 266-9003 Staff assists victims and witnesses throughout the criminal court process by answering questions, keeping victims and their families informed of case development, providing information and referrals to community service providers, assisting with restitution, and offering personal assistance when possible.
  • Disability Rights Wisconsin
    (608) 267-0214 Disability Rights helps people across Wisconsin gain access to services and opportunity through its advocacy and legal expertise. Legal support addresses access, inclusion, dignity, most-integrated choices and equal rights issues.
  • Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)
    (608) 251-4445 or (800) 747-4045 Offers crisis intervention and community education/prevention programs, including a 24-hour help line, programming for children from violent homes, legal advocacy, support groups, emergency safety planning, and a domestic violence shelter.
  • Door County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 746-2284 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Dryhootch Family Legal Clinic
    (608) 646-0317
  • Economic Justice Institute (EJI)
    Serves low-income and other under-represented clients in matters designed to enhance access to justice and economic security. The Economic Justice Institute (EJI) is home to the University of Wisconsin Law School's civil, anti-poverty clinical programs.
  • Foreclosure Prevention Task Force and Foreclosure Answer Clinic
    (608) 261-5677 This coalition of public agencies, non-profit service providers and other community partners works together to develop sustainable alternatives to foreclosure in Dane County
  • Immigration Services at Jewish Social Services
    Make an appointment to consult with staff on your immigration case.
  • Lagmann, Inc.
    (608) 477-4670 or 1-888-543-4036
    Range of legal services such as labor, bankruptcy, family, foreclosure defense, immigration, landlord/tenant.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (608) 229-6896 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Legal Assistance Clinic Schedule
    Dane County Court schedule for family law, small claims, restraining orders, foreclosure clinics. Last updated: Fall 2015.
  • Legal Services in Dane County
  • Low-Cost Legal Assistance in Dane Co
  • Restorative Justice Project
    Provides mediation services between victims/survivors of crime and criminal offenders throughout the State of Wisconsin.
  • Sexual Assault Center of Family Services
    (920) 746-8996
  • STEM (Student Tenant Education & Mediation)
    For UW-Madison students. Provides student tenant education, problem resolution assistance, and no cost mediation services for housing issues.
  • Sunshine Free Legal Clinic
    No fee. Family law, immigration law, employment law, criminal law, landlord/tenant issues, and more.
  • Tenant Resource Center
    (608) 257-0143 Offers landlord/tenant mediation and a provides tenants, landlords and social service agency staff with information, referrals and applications for low-cost housing, subsidized housing, transitional housing and emergency shelter services.
  • Unemployment Appeals Clinic
    (608) 246-4357
    Call 211 - United Way in Dane County
    Unemployment compensation hearings and LIRC appeals.
  • Veterans Law Center
    Provides legal advice, information, and referrals on a variety of civil legal matters for low-incomes veterans and their families.
  • Veterans Service Office
  • Victim / Witness Unit, District Attorney's Office
    (608) 284-6888
  • Wills for Heroes
    Volunteer attorneys and support personnel participate in clinics around the state at which the volunteer attorneys prepare simple wills and other basic estate planning documents at no charge for eligible first responders and their spouses or domestic partners.
  • Wisconsin Law Center
    (608) 259-8000. Help for low income people in criminal proceedings. Sliding scale fees.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Dodge

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (414) 615-2589
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Branches
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 386-3570
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 386-3591
  • County Clerk
    (920) 386-3600
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 386-3610
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 386-3570
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 386-3550
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 386-3720
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 386-3726
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Dodge County.
  • Dodge County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 386-3672 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Door

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 746-2231
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Branch I
  • Circuit Court Branch II
  • Clerk of Court
    (920) 746-2205
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 746-2228
  • County Clerk
    (920) 746-2200
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 746-2284
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 746-2482
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 746-2482
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 746-2270
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 746-2400
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Douglas

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 395-1327
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Branch I
  • Circuit Court Branch II
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 395-1203
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 395-1453
  • County Clerk
    (715) 395-1341
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 395-1218
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 395-1474
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 395-1220
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 395-7350
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 395-1371
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Douglas County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 395-1349 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Dunn

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 232-1671
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Chippewa Valley Veterans Treatment Court
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 232-2611
    Jury service, small claims information. Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 232-3996
  • County Clerk
    (715) 232-1677
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 232-1687
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 235-5556
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 232-6782
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 232-1228
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (800) 459-2939
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Bridge to Hope
    (715) 235-9074 The Bridge to Hope offers free and confidential services to victims and survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking in Dunn and Pepin Counties, Wisconsin.
  • Dunn County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 232-6832 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases. Program offers early intervention.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 232-2611 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Eau Claire

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 839-4770
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Chippewa Valley Veterans Treatment Court
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 839-4816
    Traffic citation information, Traffic and Ordinance Not Guilty form, small claims information and form. Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 839-4836
  • County Clerk
    (715) 839-4801
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 839-4828
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 839-6029
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 839-4823
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 839-4745
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (800) 839-4709
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • County Bar Association Free Legal Clinic
  • Eau Claire County Restorative Justice Program
    (715) 835-6521. Offers victim offender conferencing, accountability workshops, peace circles, at risk accountability mentoring, and suspension/expulsion re-entry services.
  • Eau Claire County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 839-4828 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases. Program offers crisis response services.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 839-3762 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Florence

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 528-3369
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 528-3205
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (715) 528-3201
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 528-3362
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 904-0403
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 528-3205
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 528-4252
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 528-3346
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Florence County Caring House
    (715) 528-5161
    Provides domestic violence related services.
  • Florence County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 528-3362 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Fond du Lac

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 929-3057
    Forms, information and FAQs. Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Court
    (920) 929-3038
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 929-3150
  • County Clerk
    (920) 929-3000
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • County Court Judges
  • District Attorney
    (920) 929-3048
  • Family Court
    (920) 929-3075
    Forms, mediation information, FAQs and legal assistance resources.
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 929-3075
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 929-3084
    Information concerning probate, genealogy, guardianships, wills and FAQs. Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 929-3018
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 929-3390
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Fond du Lac County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 929-7049 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Pro Se Legal Clinic
    (920) 929-6930. For family court and probate.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Forest

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 478-2157
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 478-3323
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 623-3743
  • County Clerk
    (715) 478-2422
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 478-3511
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 478-3085
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 478-2418
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 478-3823
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 478-3331
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Forest County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 478-3105 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law
  • Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Inc.
    (800) 236-1222 or (715) 362-6841 Provides shelter, crisis intervention, and support services for victims of domestic abuse and sexual abuse and their families.
  • Tri-County Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (715) 369-6240 Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in Forest, Vilas, and Oneida Counties. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary process where the homeowner and the lender seeking to foreclose may discuss ways to resolve the foreclosure case, including reinstatement of the loan and modification of the loan terms.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Grant

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 723-4823
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Branch I
  • Circuit Court Branch II
  • Clerk of Court
    (608) 723-2752
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 723-1651
  • County Clerk
    (608) 723-2675
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    608-723-4237
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 348-9506
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 723-2697
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 723-2727
    Land records. Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 723-2157
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Grant County.
  • Grant County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 723-2462 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Green County

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (608) 328-9460
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 328-9433
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 328-9377
  • County Clerk
    (608) 328-9430
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 328-9424
  • Family Court
    Information concerning divorce, paternity, child support, mediation services, family court hearings, and restraining orders. FAQs.
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 328-9429
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 328-9567
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 328-9439
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 328-9400
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Family Advocates
    (608) 348-5995 or (800) 924-2624 Provides domestic abuse and sexual assault services. An advocate may provide Information and referral services for legal services and assist with court forms.
  • Green County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 328-9426 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (608) 328-9433 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Green Lake

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (920) 294-4048
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 294-4142
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 294-4067
  • County Clerk
    (920) 294-4005
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 294-4046
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 294-4042
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 294-4044
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 294-4021
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 294-4000
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services
    (800) 261-5998, (920) 235-5998
  • Green Lake County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 294-4047 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (920) 294-4142 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Iowa

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 935-0390
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 935-0395
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 935-0393
  • County Clerk
    (608) 935-0399
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 935-0393
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 935-2042
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 935-0347
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 935-0396
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 935-5827
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Iowa County.
  • Family Advocates
    (608) 930-1636
    (800) 924-2624
    Domestic abuse and sexual assault services.
  • Iowa County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 935-0338 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Western WI Legal Services: Aging & Disability
    (608) 935-2741

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Iron

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 561-4485
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 561-4084
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (715) 561-3375
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 561-5671
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 893-5000
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 561-3434
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 561-2945
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 561-3800
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants
  • Veteran's Court
  • Veteran's Court
    (715) 561-2190

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Iron County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 561-5671 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Jackson

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 284-4301, ext. 345
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 284-0208
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (715) 284-0201
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 284-0242
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 896-0292
    Information on divorce, child support, mediation, paternity and restraining orders. FAQS.
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 284-0286
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 284-0205
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 284-5357
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Jackson County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 284-0239 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 284-0213 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Western WI Legal Services: Aging & Disability
    (608) 935-2741

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Jefferson

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (414) 615-2587
    Forms and information. Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Judges
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 674-7150
    Information related to traffic citations and small claims. Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 674-7135
  • County Clerk
    (920) 674-8630
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 674-7220
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 674-7192
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 674-7245
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 674-7235
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 674-7310
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Child Support Agency Pro Se Clinic
    Scroll to middle of page for information. Services available Fridays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. regarding pro se stipulation motion forms and health insurance obligations.
  • Jefferson County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 674-7375 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.
  • People Against Domestic Abuse
    (920) 674-6768

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Juneau

Agencies

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Juneau County.
  • Hope House
    (608) 356-9123
  • Juneau County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 847-9388 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (608) 847-9356 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Western WI Legal Services: Aging & Disability
    (608) 935-2741

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Kenosha

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (262) 697-4500
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (262) 653-2664
    Access family Court forms and small claims collections procedures. Pay court fees online.
  • Corporation Counsel
    (262) 925-8020
  • County Clerk
    (262) 653-2552
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (262) 653-2400
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (262) 653-2646
  • Judges
  • Register in Probate
    (262) 653-2664
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (262) 653-2444 - Vital Statistics
    (262) 653-2441 - Real Estate
    Includes property forms such as Quit Claim Deed, Warranty Deed, Termination of Decedent's Property Interest and Transfer on Death to Beneficiary. Also marriage, birth and death certificate applications.
  • Sheriff's Department
    (262) 605-5100
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Kenosha and Racine Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (262) 653-2592 Assists homeowners/borrowers whose 1, 2, 3 or 4-family owner-occupied residential property is the subject of a mortgage foreclosure action.
  • Kenosha County Legal Clinic
    (262) 652-5545 Volunteer attorneys provide legal advice on family, housing, guardianship, and consumer issues. The clinic is at the Center and is available on the first and third Fridays of the month. Contact the center to sign up.
  • Kenosha County Small Claims Mediation Program
    (262) 653-2664 Provides volunteer mediators to help settle small claims actions. Mediators are available on Thursday mornings in room 300 of the courthouse for cases that are appropriate for mediation.
  • Kenosha County Victim/Witness Services
    (262) 653-2765 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 242-5840
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Kewaunee

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (920) 388-7172
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 388-7144
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 388-7173
  • County Clerk
    (920) 388-7133
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 388-7194
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 388-2333
    Instructions for modification or enforcement of a judgment, temporary restraining orders and injunction filings, and injunction stipulation and order. Mediation information.
  • Register in Probate
    (920)-388-7143
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 388-7126
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 388-3100
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Kewaunee County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 388-7173 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1127
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Violence Intervention Project, Inc.
    (920) 487-2111 or (920) 837-2424 for 24-hour helpline Provides support for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

LaCrosse

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 785-9564
    Information on establishing paternity, obtaining and enforcing child support, and interstate enforcement. Child support forms. Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 785-9590
    Information about small claims court and traffic court procedure. Contact information for judges and other court officials. Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 785-9577
  • County Clerk
    (608) 785-9581
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 785-9604
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 785-5600
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 785-9882
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 785-9644
    Real estate parcel search. Property forms including land contract, termination of decedent's property interest, transfer by affidavit, transfer on death, and statement of mineral claim. Also marriage, birth and death certificate applications; firm name forms. Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 785-9629
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants
  • Veteran's Court

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • CASA for Kids
    (608) 781-2783 Provide court-based advocacy for children who are under court jurisdiction due to abuse or neglect.
  • County Bar Assocation Free Legal Clinic
  • Domestic Violence Intervention Project
    (608) 785-7670
  • Families First
    (608) 785-5600
    Education in planning for the future needs of children when parents are getting divorced.
  • Family Law Center
    (608) 785-5600 Provides education in planning for the future needs of children when parents are getting divorced.
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (608) 785-5810 Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in La Crosse County. Mediation is a confidential process where you and the lender seeking to foreclose on your home may discuss ways to resolve your foreclosure case, including reinstatement of the loan and modification of the loan terms.
  • Free Legal Services
    Family law, child support.
  • La Crosse County Bar Association Free Legal Clinic
    Volunteer attorneys and paralegals meet with visitors for 15 minutes and answer legal and procedural questions.
  • La Crosse County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 785-5750 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • New Horizons Advocacy Program
    (608) 791-2610 ext. 303

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Lafayette

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 776-4843
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 776-4832
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 448-3680
  • County Clerk
    (608) 776-4850
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 776-4842
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 523-4244
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 776-4811
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 776-4838
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 776-4870
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Lafayette County.
  • Family Advocates
    (608) 482-0582 or (800) 924-2624 Provides domestic abuse and sexual assault services. An advocate may provide Information and referral services for legal services and assist with court forms.
  • Lafayette County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 776-4846 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Langlade

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 627-6225
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 627-6215
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 627-6297
  • County Clerk
    (715) 627-6200
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 627-6224
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 275-4666
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 627-6214
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 627-6209
    Order birth, death and marriage records. Search county death and birth indexes.
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 627-6411
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (920) 737-4861 Assists qualified homeowners in communicating with lenders to discuss settlement alternatives early in the foreclosure process with the goal of reducing the number of foreclosures.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Langlade County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 627-6269 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 627-6215 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Lincoln

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 536-9700
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 536-0319
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 539-1015
  • County Clerk
    (715) 539-1020
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 536-0339
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 453-2158
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 536-0342
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 539-1061
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 536-6272
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Haven, Inc.
    (715) 536-1300 Advocates provide assistance with obtaining restraining orders, employment, education, housing, medical services, financial services, other legal aid and counseling for victims.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 536-0319 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Lincoln County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 536-0341 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Manitowoc

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 683-4066
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 683-4030
    Information on guardian ad litem, interpreter services, construction liens and small claims. Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 683-4062
  • County Clerk
    (920) 683-4004
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 683-4070
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 683-4493
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 683-4016
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 683-4010
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 683-4200
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Domestic Violence Center
    (920) 684-4661 or (920) 684-5770 (24-hour crisis line) Provides shelter, crisis intervention, and supportive services for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and their families.
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (920) 683-4025 or (920) 236-4925 Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in Manitowoc County. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary process where the homeowner and the lender seeking to foreclose may discuss ways to resolve the foreclosure case.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638 Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and Supplemental security income (SSI), family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (920) 683-4025 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1127
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Manitowoc County Domestic Violence Center
    (920) 684-4661 or (920) 684-5770 (24-hour crisis line) Advocates provide assistance to individuals/victims in preparing and obtaining temporary restraining orders and helping to prepare individuals for attending and testifying at court proceedings.
  • Manitowoc County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 683-4074 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Marathon

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 261-7500
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 261-1300
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 261-1140
  • County Clerk
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 261-1111
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 261-1380
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 261-1260
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 261-1470
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 261-1200
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Plan
    (715) 261-1111 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases. Program offers early intervention services.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 261-1300 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Marathon County Restorative Justice Program
    (715) 359-5360
    Program offers victim offender conferencing, family conferencing, a youth restitution program and a youth educational shoplifting prevention program.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Marinette

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 732-7440
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 732-7450
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 732-7435
  • County Clerk
    (715) 732-7406
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnerhip, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Court Commissioner
    (715) 732-7655
  • District Attorney
    (715) 732-7490
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 732-7475
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 732-7550
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 732-7607
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Marinette County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 732-7494 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Sexual Assault Center / Family Services
    Phone numbers on website. 24 hour, confidential, free services for victims of sexual assault or abuse, and their families and friends.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Marquette

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 297-3124
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court
    (608) 297-3009
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 297-3100 ext. 3005
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (608) 297-3016
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 297-3020
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 297-8730
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 297-3009
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 297-3025
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 297-2115
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • CAP Services
    (608) 296-2141 or (800) 472-3377 Assistance for low-income individuals and victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
  • Hope House
    "Assist individuals in obtaining temporary restraining orders and injunctions, preparation for pro se family law cases, and navigating the criminal justice system."
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Marquette County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 297-9136 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Menominee

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 799-5290
  • Clerk of Court
    (715) 799-3313
    Menominee County cases are filed with the Menominee County Clerk of Court. That office is located at PO Box 279, Keshena WI 54135. The telephone number is (715) 799-3313. Fine and forfeiture payments are made at the Menominee County Clerk of Court. Scheduling takes place with the judicial assistant who can be reached at appropriate phone number listed above. Hearings on Menominee County cases take place at the Shawano County Courthouse.
  • County Clerk
    (715) 299-3311; (715) 799-3308
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 823-3176
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 526-8631
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 799-3312
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715)799-3357
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants
  • Tribal Court

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Menominee County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 526-4608 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Milwaukee

Agencies

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
    (800) 359-9272 Provides legal resources and representation to persons living with HIV or AIDS.
  • Bankruptcy Pro Se Help Desk
  • Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services
    (414) 643-8570 Provides legal representation and resources for persons who need assistance with their legal status for living in the United States.
  • Centro Legal
    (414) 384-7900
    Serves clients with family law and criminal misdemeanor defense cases
  • Clean Slate Milwaukee
    Helps individuals to expunge eligible court criminal records. This clinic meets periodically. Check their website or Facebook page for upcoming events and related handouts.
  • Coalition for Access to Legal Resources (CALR)
    Legal resources to low-income people in the Milwaukee area.
  • Community Advocates
    Help for victims of domestic violence and for individuals charged in Wisconsin State Court with a felony or misdemeanor offense.
  • Disability Rights Wisconsin
    (414) 773-4646 Disability Rights helps people across Wisconsin gain access to services and opportunity through its advocacy and legal expertise. Legal support addresses access, inclusion, dignity, most-integrated choices and equal rights issues.
  • Dryhootch Family Legal Clinic
    (414) 763-2785
    Free legal advice to veterans and their families regarding family-related, non-criminal issues, such as divorce, separations, child custody, and child support.
  • Housing Foreclosure Counseling Agencies
  • Kids Matter Casa
    Provide court-based advocacy for children who are under court jurisdiction due to of abuse or neglect.
  • Lagmann, Inc.
    Sliding scale fees based on income. Family, bankruptcy, foreclosure, criminal, municipal, consumer rights, landlord/tenant, probate, education.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (414) 278-5295 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Lawyer Referral and Information Service - Milwaukee Bar Association
    (414) 274-6768
    Low-income and modest means legal assistance. Provides referrals to attorneys, mediators & other community resources. Attorneys are available for: bankruptcy, consumer law, corporation/partnership, criminal law, employment law, elder law, family law, immigration law, landlord/tenant, mediation, personal injury, probate, real estate, small claims, Social Security, taxation, wills, estate planning, and workers' compensation. The first half hour consultation with an attorney will cost $20 or less.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (888) 278-0633
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee
    (414) 727-5300
    Provides representation in family law, consumer and bankruptcy matters, housing issues, public benefits, HIV issues, elder law, tax controversies, and civil rights.
  • Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee, Children's Court Office
    (414) 257-7159
    Provides representation in family law, consumer and bankruptcy matters, housing issues, public benefits, HIV issues, elder law, tax controversies, and civil rights.
  • Marquette Legal Initiative for Nonprofit Corporations (M-LINC)
    Free legal advice for qualifying Wisconsin nonprofits with legal questions in the following areas: real estate, intellectual property, bankruptcy, employment, corporate, tax, and federal and state registration requirements.
  • Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic
    Provides basic legal information and referrals involving landlord/tenant, consumer, family law, domestic abuse, Social Security, small claims, and employment law.
  • Metro Milwaukee Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (414) 939-8800 Provides clients with an opportunity to negotiate in a more equal bargaining process, preserve home equity for borrowers, cash flow for lenders, and prevent blight in communities.
  • Milwaukee County Law Library
  • Milwaukee County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (414) 278-4667 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases. Crisis response program available.
  • Milwaukee Justice Center
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.
  • Sojourner Family Peace Center
    (414) 276-1911; (414) 933-2722
    Domestic Violence Hotline Provides "courthouse advocacy and restraining order clinic, legal emergency assistance, children's advocacy" and a 24-hour domestic violence hotline.
  • Unemployment Compensation Appeals Clinic
  • University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Legal Clinic
    Assistance for currently enrolled University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students, with some limitations.
  • Wisconsin Legal Assistance For Military Personnel
    (414) 382-1753
    Legal clinics for service members, veterans, and their families.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Monroe

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 269-8733
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 269-8745
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 269-8891
  • County Clerk
    (608) 269-8705
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 269-8780
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 269-2174
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 269-8701
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 269-8716
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 269-2117
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • CASA for Kids
    Provide court-based advocacy for children who are under court jurisdiction due to of abuse or neglect.
  • CASA of Rock County
    Provide court-based advocacy for children who are under court jurisdiction due to of abuse or neglect.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Monroe County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 269-8881 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Oconto

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 834-6862
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court
    (920) 834-6857
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 834-6857
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 834-6416
  • County Clerk
    (920) 834-6800
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 834-6865
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 834-6838
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 834-6839
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 834-7113
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 834-6919
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Oconto County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 834-6832 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Sexual Assault Center / Family Services
    Phone numbers on website. 24 hour, confidential, free services for victims of sexual assault or abuse, and their families and friends.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Oneida

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 362-5695
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Branch I
  • Circuit Court Branch II
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 369-6120
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 369-6155
  • County Clerk
    (715) 369-6144
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 369-6152
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 369-6159
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 369-6150
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 361-5100
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 369?6157 or (715) 369?6200 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Oneida County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 369-6133 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Inc.
    (800) 236-1222 or (715) 362-6841 Provides shelter, crisis intervention, and support services for victims of domestic abuse and sexual abuse and their families.
  • Tri-County Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (715) 369-6240 Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in Forest, Vilas, and Oneida Counties. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary process where the homeowner and the lender seeking to foreclose may discuss ways to resolve the foreclosure case, including reinstatement of the loan and modification of the loan terms.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Outagamie

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 832-5058
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Courts
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 832-5131
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 832-1522
  • County Clerk
    (920) 832-5077
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Court Commissioner
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 832-5057
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 832-5601
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 832-5095
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 832-5605
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • CAP Services
    (920) 968-6365 or (800) 472-3377 Assistance for low-income individuals and victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
  • Family Court Program
    (920) 832-5660
    Mediation and evaluation services to parents who are unable to resolve legal custody, placement and visitation
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (920) 832-5131 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1127
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Outagamie County Bar Association Legal Clinic
    First and Third Mondays of each month from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Outagamie County courthouse.
  • Outagamie County Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (920) 236-4925 Outagamie County’s foreclosure mediation program is administered by the Winnebago Conflict Resolution Center, Inc. and is part of the Wisconsin Foreclosure Mediation Network. The Program is available to assist homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in Outagamie County.
  • Outagamie County Self-Help Center
    Contact the Self-Help Center to confirm hours of availability at 920-968-2965 or the Family Court Commissioner's Office at 920-832-5057. Assistance for individuals in stipulated divorce actions. Staffed by a coordinator and non-attorney volunteers.
  • Outagamie County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 832-4615 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Ozaukee

Agencies

  • Child Support Enforcement
    (262) 284-8400
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Circuit Court Judges
  • Clerk of Courts
    (262) 238-8409
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (262) 284-8300
  • County Clerk
    (262) 284-8110
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (262) 284-8380
    Includes FAQs
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (262) 284-8378
  • Register in Probate
    (262) 284-8370
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (262) 284-8260
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (262) 284-7172
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Family Law Assistance Center
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.
  • Ozaukee County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (262) 238-8387 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Pepin

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 672-8941
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 672-8861
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (715) 672-8857
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 672-8939
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 672-8955
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 672-8859
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 672-8856
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 672-5944
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Bridge to Hope
    (715) 235-9074 The Bridge to Hope offers free and confidential services to victims and survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking in Dunn and Pepin Counties, Wisconsin.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Pepin County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 672-8939 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Pierce

Agencies

  • Child Support
    (715) 273-6764
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 273-6741 Ext. 6405
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 273-6745
  • County Clerk
    (715) 273-6744 ext. 6688
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 273-6750 ext. 6452
  • Drug Court
    Referral form, handbook and policies manual.
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 273-6741 ext. 6409
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 273-6752 ext. 6460
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 273-6748 ext. 6416
    Birth, marriage and death records; domestic partnership application and termination; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 273-5051
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    715-273-3531 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Pierce County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 273-6749 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Polk

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 485-9297
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 485-9299
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 485-9210
  • County Clerk
    (715) 485-9226
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 485-9231
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 485-3118
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 485-9238
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 485-9240
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 485-8350
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Community Referral Agency
    (800) 261-7233 Advocacy and services for victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.
  • Polk County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 485-9231 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Portage

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 346-1588
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (866) 920-2525
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 346-1368
  • County Clerk
    (715) 346-1351
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 346-1300
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 346-1364
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 346-1362
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 346-1428
    Birth, marriage and death records; domestic partnership application and termination; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 346-1400
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • CAP Services
    (715) 343-7500 or (800) 472-3377 Assistance for low-income individuals and victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
  • Family Law Information Center
    (715) 344-3677 The Family Law Information Center (FLIC) assists litigants with family law issues who are unrepresented by legal counsel. The FLIC is staffed by community volunteers who are trained to help pro se litigants with court forms and legal process.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Justiceworks, Ltd.
    (715) 344-3677
    Works with offenders, victims of crime, and communities. Provides family law information, criminal case mediation, and community/justice department coordination.
  • Portage County Legal Aid Society
    (715) 343-7100
    CAP Services; 1608 W. River Drive; Stevens Point WI 54481
  • Portage County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 346-1301 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Price

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 339-3094
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 339-2353
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (715) 339-3325
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 339-3095
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 532-5537
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 339-3078
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 339-2515
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 339-3011
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Price County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 339-3095 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.
  • Stepping Stones, Inc.
    (715) 748-3795 Assists individuals in obtaining temporary restraining orders (TRO)/injunctions in domestic abuse cases, and provides information and referral services.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Racine

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (262) 636-3268
    FAQs and forms.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (262) 636-3333
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (262) 636-3115
  • County Clerk
    (262) 636-3121
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (800) 242-4202, (262) 636-3172
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (262) 636-3181
  • Register in Probate
    (262) 636-3137
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (262) 636-3208
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (262) 636-3211
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center
    (866) 219-1043
    Benefits, long term care, senior services, prevention and wellness information and activities.
  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Family Service and Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Racine
    (262) 634-2391
  • Kenosha and Racine Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (262) 653-2592 Assists homeowners/borrowers whose 1, 2, 3 or 4-family owner-occupied residential property is the subject of a mortgage foreclosure action.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 242-5840
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.
  • Racine County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (262) 636-3858 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases. Early response program is available.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Richland

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 647-8663
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 647-3956
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 647-6134
  • County Clerk
    (608) 647-2197
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 647-3493
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 647-5151
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 647-2626
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 647-3011
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (800) 544-2106
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Richland County.
  • Court & Community, Inc
    (608) 647-5981 ext. 2 Provides a free "advice-only" legal clinic and programs on juvenile community service placements and small claims mediation.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Rock

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 757-5700
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Courts
    Information and FAQs on divorce, paternity, small claims, criminal court and traffic court.
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 743-2200
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 757-5530
  • County Clerk
    (608) 757-5660
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 757-5615
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 757-5547
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 757-5635
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 757-5650
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 757-8000
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants
  • Treatment Courts: Veterans and Drug Court

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Rock County.
  • CASA of Rock County
    Provide court-based advocacy for children who are under court jurisdiction due to of abuse or neglect.
  • Lagmann, Inc.
    Sliding scale fees based on income. Family, bankruptcy, foreclosure, criminal, municipal, consumer rights, landlord/tenant, probate, education.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Legal Assistance; Pro Se Inc
    (608) 757-2922
    Provides information on preparing/filing forms and representing yourself in family court actions.
  • Mediation & Family Court Services
  • Rock County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 757-5569 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Rusk

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 532-2299
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 532-2108
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (715) 532-2100
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 532-2159
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 532-2150
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 532-2147
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 532-2139
    Birth, death and marriage certificates.
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 532-2189
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 532-2108 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.
  • Rusk County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 532-2159 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

St. Croix

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 386-4691
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 386-4630
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 381-4315
  • County Clerk
    (715) 386-4607
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 386-4658
  • Drug Court
    Court referral form and policies & procedures manual.
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 386-4614
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 386-4618
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 386-4652
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 381-4320
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
    Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in St. Croix County. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary process where you and the lender seeking to foreclose on your home may discuss ways to resolve your foreclosure case, including reinstatement of the loan and possible modification of the loan terms.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.
  • Small Claims Mediation
    (715) 386-4636
  • St. Croix County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 386-4666 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases
  • St. Croix Valley Bar Free Legal Clinic
    (715) 246-3800
    Attorneys on hand to meet with individuals for approximately 10 minutes to provide general information in the following areas of law: employment law, family law, landlord/tenant and small claims, criminal/traffic, estate planning/elder law/probate, real estate, business law, and debtor/creditor.
  • St. Croix Valley Child Support Litigation Assistance Program
    (715) 381-1273 Provides legal information and assistance on issues involving child support. Services are available usually every other Tuesday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the St. Croix County Government Center in the Court Commissioner's office.
  • Turningpoint
    (715) 425-6751 Offers legal advocacy to victims of domestic and sexual abuse who are seeking legal support or assistance.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Sauk

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 355-3238
    Includes contact information for genetic testing facilities.
  • Circuit Courts
  • Clerk of Courts
    (608) 355-3287
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 355-3267
  • County Clerk
    (608) 355-3286
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 355-3280
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 355-3246
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 355-3226
    Information and procedures related to informal and formal probate, guardianship, adoption including foreign adoption and adoption of an adult, and termination of parental rights.
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 355-3288
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 356-4895
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • AIDS Network
    (800) 486-6276 Provides legal consultation and information to people affected by HIV and AIDS in southern Wisconsin, including Sauk County.
  • Hope House
    (608) 356-9123
    Volunteers assist individuals in obtaining temporary restraining orders and injunctions, preparation for pro se family law cases, and navigating the criminal justice system.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 362-3904
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Sauk County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 355-4357 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Sawyer

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 634-3173
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court/Clerk of Courts/Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 634-4887
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 634-6470
  • County Clerk
    (715) 634-4866 or (877) 699-4110
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 634-4097
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 634-4887
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 634-4867
    Birth, marriage and death records; domestic partnership application and termination; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 634-4858
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 634-4886 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Shawano

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 526-4663
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court Branch I
  • Circuit Court Branch II
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 526-9347
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 524-3181
  • County Clerk
    (715) 526-9150
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 823-3176
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 526-8631
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 524-2129
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 526-7905
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Shawano County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 526-4608 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Sheboygan

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (414) 615-2591
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 459-3068
    FAQs concerning divorce and traffic citations. Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 459-3093
  • County Clerk
    (920) 459-3003
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 459-3040
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 459-3102
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 459-3050
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 459-3023
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 459-3111
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (920) 459-3063 or (920) 459-3094 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Salvation Army Legal Clinic
    Legal consultations are available at The Salvation Army every second and fourth Thursday of each month from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Sheboygan County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 459-0380 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Taylor

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 748-1493
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 748-1425
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 748-9888
  • County Clerk
    (715) 748-1460
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 748-1450
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 229-2284
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 748-1435
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 748-1483
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (800) 343-2201
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 748-1435 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Advocate Program
    (715) 748-3795
    Assist individuals in obtaining TRO/Injunctions in domestic abuse cases, and provide information and referral services.
  • Stepping Stones, Inc
    (715) 748-3795 Assists individuals in obtaining temporary restraining orders (TRO)/injunctions in domestic abuse cases, and provide information and referral services.
  • Taylor County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 748-1450 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Trempealeau

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 538-2311
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 538-2311 ext. 240
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information; attorney roster
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 538-1824
  • County Clerk
    (715) 538-2311 x201
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 538-2311
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 534-7420
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 538-3211 ext. 238
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 538-2311 Ext. 244 or 214 or (877) 538-2311
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 538-4351
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 538-2311 Ext. 240 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Trempealeau County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 538-2311 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Vernon

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (608) 637-5335
  • Circuit Court/Clerk of Courts
    (608) 637-5340
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (608) 637-5377
  • County Clerk
    (608) 637-5380
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (608) 637-5357
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (608) 397-4688
  • Register in Probate
    (608) 637-5347
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (608) 637-5371
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (608) 637-2123
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • CASA for Kids
    (608) 781-2783
    Provide court-based advocacy for children who are under court jurisdiction due to of abuse or neglect.
  • Center Point Counseling
    (608) 638-7420 Provides mediation services for family law cases.
  • Domestic Abuse Project – Family & Children’s Center
    (608) 637-7052 Provides a trained, experienced advocate for individuals experiencing domestic violence
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (608) 637-5340 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 873-0927
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Vernon County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (608) 637-5357 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Vilas

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 479-3705
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court
    (715) 479-3638
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 479-3632
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 479-3714
  • County Clerk
    (715) 479-3600
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 479-3614
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 369-6152
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 479-3642
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 479-3660
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 479-4441
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Lac Du Flambeau Domestic Abuse Program
    (715) 588-7660
    Assist individuals in obtaining TRO/Injunctions in domestic abuse cases, and attend court proceedings with victims.
  • Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Inc.
    (800) 236-1222 or (715) 362-6841 Provides shelter, crisis intervention, and support services for victims of domestic abuse and sexual abuse and their families.
  • Tri-County Foreclosure Mediation Program
    (715) 369-6240 Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in Forest, Vilas, and Oneida Counties. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary process where the homeowner and the lender seeking to foreclose may discuss ways to resolve the foreclosure case, including reinstatement of the loan and modification of the loan terms.
  • Vilas County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 479-3614 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Walworth

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (262) 741-7100
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (262) 741-7012
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (262) 741-4357
  • County Clerk
    (262) 741-4241
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (262) 741-7198
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (262) 741-7033
  • Register in Probate
    (262) 741-7014
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (262) 741-4233
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (262) 741-4400
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 242-5840
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.
  • Walworth County Mortgage Foreclosure Program
    (262) 741-7012 Assists homeowners/borrowers whose 1, 2, 3 or 4-family owner-occupied residential property is the subject of a mortgage foreclosure action.
  • Walworth County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (262) 741-7198 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Washburn

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 468-4747
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court Judge
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 468-4677
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 468-4622
  • County Clerk
    (715) 468-4600
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 468-4670
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 635-9081
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 468-4688
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 468-4616
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 468-4700
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Website providing brief legal advice to low-income residents of the 10th Judicial District.
  • Washburn County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 468-4675 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Washington

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (262) 335-4377
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (262) 335-4341
    FAQs and information related to family court and mediation, name change, small claims, traffic & forfeiture citations, and jury duty. Brochures on types of restraining orders. Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • County Clerk
    (262) 335-4400
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (262) 335-4311
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (262) 335-6820
  • Register in Probate
    (262) 335-4334
    Guidelines to procedure and forms for informal and formal probate; adoption, step parent adoption, adult adoption and foreign adoption; guardianship of a minor, guardianship of an incompetent, and foreign guardianship; juvenile restraining orders; termination of parental rights; and termination of testamentary trust. Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (262) 335-4318
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (262) 335-4378
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Family Law Assistance Program
  • Friends of Abused Families, Inc.
    (262) 334-5598 Offers 24-hour crisis line, shelter, one-on-one supportive counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, information and referral, community education and awareness.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.
  • Washington County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (262) 335-4475 A source of information and support for victims of adult and juvenile crime. A mediator and advocate for victims of crime in the criminal justice system.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Waukesha

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (414) 615-2586
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Courts
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Clerk of Court
    (262) 896-8525
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (262) 548-7432
  • County Clerk
    (262) 548-7010
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Court Officials
  • District Attorney
    (262) 548-7076
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (262) 548-7446
  • Family Court Self-Help Center
    (262) 548-7524
  • Register in Probate
    (262) 548-7468
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (262) 548-7583
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (262) 548-7126
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Coalition for Access to Legal Resources (CALR)
    Legal resources to low-income people in the Milwaukee area.
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
  • Lawyer Referral and Information Service; Waukesha Co Bar Ass'n
    (262) 544-4016 Provides free over the phone referral service for anyone that has a legal question or is seeking to obtain legal counsel.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (888) 278-0633
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters
  • Nonprofit Legal Services of SE Wisconsin, Inc.
    (414) 435-0636
    (877) 619-8944
    Sliding fee scale based on income. Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County courts.
  • Waukesha County Family Court Self-Help Center
    (262) 548-7544 The center provides a public access computer and materials for legal research purposes, copy services (for a fee), and family court staff who provide assistance with court forms, procedural information, referrals to community and legal resources.
  • Waukesha County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (262) 548-7071 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases. Mobile victim assistance program available.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Waupaca

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 258-6448
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Courts
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 258-6460
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 258-6446
  • County Clerk
    (715) 258-6200
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 258-7633
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 258-6429
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 258-6250
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 258-4466
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • CAP Services
    (715) 256-1136 or (800) 472-3377 Assistance for low-income individuals and victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
    Assists homeowners facing a mortgage foreclosure action in Waupaca County. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary process where you and the lender seeking to foreclose on your home may discuss ways to resolve your foreclosure case, including reinstatement of the loan and possible modification of the loan terms.
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project
    Northern Wisconsin Legal Advice Project is a special service of Wisconsin Judicare, Inc., for eligible clients who have legal questions which can be addressed through Internet legal advice.
  • Waupaca County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 258-6445 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Waushara

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 787-0400
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court/Clerk of Courts/Register in Probate
    (920) 787-0441
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information. Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 787-0409
  • County Clerk
    (920) 787-0442
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 787-3375
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 787-0444
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 787-3321
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • CAP Services
    (920) 787-3949 or (800) 472-3377 Assistance for low-income individuals and victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
  • Foreclosure Mediation Program
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Waushara County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 787-0410 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Winnebago

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (920) 236-4780
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Clerk of Courts
    (920) 236-4848
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (920) 236-4752
  • Corrections Division
    Huber and GPS information. Jail rules and corrections FAQ.
  • County Clerk
    (920) 236-4888
    Marriage licenses, elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (920) 236-4977 (Oshkosh)
    (920) 727-2880 (Neenah)
    Case handling guidelines, information and contacts for alternative sentencing programs, victim/witness resources, misdemeanor and felony case progressions.
  • Drug Court
    (920) 236-4622
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (920) 236-4791 or (920) 236-4792
  • Family Court Services
    (920) 236-4762
    Services to persons party to a divorce or paternity action.
  • Register in Probate
    (920) 236-4833
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (920) 236-4882 (Oshkosh); (920) 727-2880 (Neenah)
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Safe Streets Treatment Options Program
    (920) 236-4734 (Oshkosh) OR (920) 727-2881 ext. 4734 (Neenah)
  • Sheriff's Department
    (920) 236-7300 (Oshkosh); (920) 727-2888 (Neenah)
    County law enforcement; operation of the county jail; execution or service of legal documents including restraining orders, evictions, repossessions, and foreclosure sales; execution of criminal warrants

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services
    (800) 261-5998, (920) 235-5998
    Assist individuals in preparing and obtaining TRO/Injunctions, prepare individuals for court proceedings and testimony and attend court hearing with victims.
  • Conflict Resolution Center
    (920) 236-4711
    Can help mediate disputes involving small claims, neighbor problems, domestic problems, juvenile disputes, consumer/merchant issues, worksite problems, and personal or business relationship disputes.
  • Family Court Services
    (920) 236-4762 Family Court Services provides mediation services for parents who have disputes concerning child custody and placement issues. Referrals from the Family Court and mediation services are available to all parents who have a Winnebago County Family Court order, as the result of a divorce action or a paternity action.
  • Foreclosure Mediation
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (920) 236-4848 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Legal Action of Wisconsin
    (800) 236-1128
    Provides civil legal services for WI low-income persons. Assists people with legal issues involving family law, housing matters, public benefits, and consumer matters. Only homelessness prevention cases are taken in Waupaca County.
  • Legal Assistance Clinic
  • Winnebago Conflict Resolution Center
    Mediation and conflict resolution.
  • Winnebago County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (920) 236-4977 Provides information to victims about their rights and how to exercise their rights and about services.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules

Wood

Agencies

  • Child Support Agency
    (715) 421-8430
    Services to help you establish or enforce child support, set up income withholding, intercept income tax refunds, get liens against property, collect child support from a parent living in another state, and establish paternity. Child support lien docket
  • Circuit Court
  • Clerk of Courts
    (715) 421-8490; (715) 387-2521 (Marshfield)
    Court forms; court records for civil, criminal, family, traffic and ordinance cases; civil judgment and lien docket; pay fees online; jury information
  • Corporation Counsel
    (715) 421-8465
  • County Clerk
    (715) 421-8460
    Marriage licenses, domestic partnership information; elections and voter registration, and county government records
  • District Attorney
    (715) 421-8515
  • Family Court Commissioner
    (715) 387-8657
  • Register in Probate
    (715) 421-8523
    Adoptions, civil commitments, estates and trust, guardianship and probate
  • Register of Deeds
    (715) 421-8450
    Birth, marriage and death records; real estate records; termination of decedent's property interest; and register firm names
  • Sheriff's Department
    (715) 421-8715; (715) 384-5917 (Marshfield)

Legal Assistance Organizations

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center Directory
  • Judicare
    (800) 472-1638
    Legal assistance for low-income individuals. Handles cases involving bankruptcy, social security and SSI, family law, health, housing, income maintenance, wills, and Indian law.
  • Language Assistance Program, Clerk of Circuit Court
    (715) 421-8520 The Language Assistance Plan serves to help ensure access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP). It also covers interpreter services to deaf and hard of hearing persons.
  • Wood County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
    (715) 421-8580 Provides assistance, support and notification services to crime victims and witnesses in exercising their rights throughout the prosecution of criminal and juvenile cases.

Forms & Guides

Ordinances & Rules