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Note: use these forms if you and your spouse ARE filing together.
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Note: use these forms if you and your spouse ARE NOT filing together.
NO Minor Children
Wisconsin Divorce Forms
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.
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
- PETITION FOR DIVORCE
- DIVORCE SUMMONS
- ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
- CONFIDENTIAL ADDENDUM
Step 2: Service of Paperwork
Service of paperwork is a critical step in the process and depending on the situation create unnecessary tension in an already crumbling relationship.
- CIVIL PROCESS WORKSHEET
- ADMISSION OF SERVICE
- AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE
- AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING
- PUBLICATION SUMMONS
- PUBLICATION AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING
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.
- INTERIM FINANCIAL SUMMARY FOR SUPPORT
- FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
- PARENTING PLAN
- MARITAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
- AFFIDAVIT OF NON-MILITARY SERVICE
Divorce Options that Work for You
There are three basic types of divorce. The first step in obtaining a Wisconsin divorce is deciding which process is right for you.
- Personal Collaborative Attorney
- Non-adversarial Negotiations
- One Quick Court Appearance at the End
- Shorter Process than Litigation
- More Affordable than Litigation
Divorce Mediationstarting at
- One Court Appearance at the End
- Paperwork Completed for You
- Non-Adversarial Negotiations
- Reduced Stress
- Lowest Costs Divorce
- $1,050-1,700 per person
- Good during High-Conflict Negotiations
- Personal Litigation Attorney
- Good if Substance Abuse and or Domestic Violence is Present
- Good when Spouse cannot be Found
- Good when Mediation Fails or is not an Option
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