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Cook County Joint Simplified Divorce Form

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse ARE filing together.

NO Children / NO Major Assets

Cook County Traditional Divorce Forms

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse HAVE children or ANY major assets.

Minor Children

NO Minor Children

DuPage County Joint Simplified Divorce Form

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse ARE filing together.

NO Children / NO Major Assets

DuPage County Traditional Divorce Forms

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse HAVE children or ANY major assets.

Minor Children

NO Minor Children

Kane County Joint Simplified Divorce Form

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse ARE filing together.

NO Children / NO Major Assets

Kane County Traditional Divorce Forms

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse HAVE children or ANY major assets.

Minor Children

NO Minor Children

Lake County Joint Simplified Divorce Form

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse ARE filing together.

NO Children / NO Major Assets

Lake County Traditional Divorce Forms

Note: use these forms if you and your spouse HAVE children or ANY major assets.

Minor Children

NO Minor Children

Wisconsin Divorce Process Overview

A typical divorce in Wisconsin has three distinct phases, each of which requires specific forms and actions. Here is an overview of the Wisconsin divorce process and the forms that need to be completed for each step.

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Step 1: Initial Filing

Divorce is never easy, but you and your spouse have both agreed to this divorce and you've reached an agreement on how to divide your property, accounts, debts, and/or child custody. For those without children and limited income, there are forms for “Simplified Dissolution of Marriage”.

ArticlePETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
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ArticlePETITION FOR SIMPLIFIED DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
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ArticleNON-MARITAL REAL ESTATE
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ArticleFINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT
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ArticleADDITIONAL DEBTS & LIABILITIES
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ArticleADDITIONAL PERSONAL PROPERTY & BANK ACCOUNTS
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ArticleINTERIM FEE AWARD ORDER
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ArticleLETTER TO THE CIRCUIT CLERK
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Step 2: Service of Paperwork

Service of paperwork is a critical step in the process, but admittedly one that can cause tension in an already crumbling relationship.

ArticleLETTER TO THE SHERIFF
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ArticleSUMMONS PETITION
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ArticleAFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE
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ArticleAFFIDAVIT OF MAILING
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ArticleAFFIDAVIT FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
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Step 3: Pretrial Hearing

The pretrial is the first opportunity to complete the divorce if an agreement is completed, documented and signed by both parties.

ArticleINTERIM FINANCIAL SUMMARY FOR SUPPORT
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ArticleFINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
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ArticlePARENTING PLAN
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ArticlePRE-TRIAL ORDER
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ArticleJUDGEMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
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WI Divorce Articles & Frequently Asked Questions

Divorce Articles & Frequent Questions

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"Earlier this year I started the process for filing a divorce. I started the process by myself filing pro-se, but when it came to negotiating child custody and support things were getting out of hand and I got concerned about making a mistake. I called Sterling Law Offices and Attorney Dan Exner helped sorting through what we had already done. Dan was great and his guidance helped us work through some issues I do not think we would have resolved. I thought it would be charged an arm and a leg for legal services, but Dan was understanding and helped me address the paperwork and process effectively. When we appeared in court for the final hearing I felt confident I knew what I was doing and did not feel nearly as scared as before. He did a great job coaching me so I was prepared. It was as good as an experience as you can have when splitting up a family."

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