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Wisconsin divorce court records

Divorce records can be divorce decree or divorce certificates. These records are kept in the county where divorce was granted. Most of the states maintain the state repository for all its necessary records. These records can be used for many legal purposes as evidence also. Wisconsin divorce court records are stored in the state office since October 1907.these certified copies should be requested from the Wisconsin vital record office.

The divorce records include the reason for the end of marriage. it also includes the information of the divorced parties, place and date where divorce was issues. It also includes issues relates to family law like child custody, alimony, child support, property division, and debt payment. These records are used by the people for different purposes. It can be used when the individual wants to check the financial arrangements with his ex spouse or if wishes to get married again. These records are can be viewed by the public also.

You can search the Wisconsin divorce court records with the help of lawyer or online also. Visit state website which can provide you all the information of the divorce records .the information is freely available. In Wisconsin both the state and the county court, maintains the divorce records for the public view. The state law limits the individual to get the copy of records to: The individual named the record, a parent or the relative of the individual named in the record, or the person authorized in the writing by the individual mentioned the record.

To get the copy of divorce records, there are three separate methods used in person, by mail .To apply for the copy of divorce records personally, visit the local office. You will either complete a divorce certificate application at the office or download the form by visiting the website. Note that format for downloading should be adobe acrobat. You will get the copy within 24 hours.

  • To get the copy of divorce records by mail you have to fill out the divorce application form by visiting local website. If internet is the problem you can also send the form by sending a request through self addressed stamped business size envelope to:

    Divorce Record Application P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53701-0309

    When you write the mail requesting for the copy of divorce court record, make your request simple and brief. Get the detailed information of divorced parties .To make the search simpler, mention the date and place where divorce was finalized. You have to mention the exact reason for getting the records. The data available is accurate and reliable. Mention your relation with individuals of whose records you wish to search.

    Location of Wisconsin divorce court records is mentioned:

    • Washington County Register-deeds 432 E Washington St West Bend, WI 53095-2530 p (262) 335-4318
    • Wisconsin State Law Library P.O. Box 7881 Madison, WI 53707-7881 p (180) 032-2975 x5
    • Wisconsin Vital Records Office P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53701-0309 p (608) 266-1373
    • Wisconsin Vital Records Office P.O. Box 309 Madison, WI 53701-0 p (608) 266-1371

    Wisconsin divorce court records are not confidential. One can also get the records online without spending anything.

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