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  • 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
  • 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

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