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Affordable Brown County Divorce Lawyers
If you’ve decided it’s time to separate with your spouse, then you’ve come to the right people. The low cost divorce attorneys at Divorce Pro offer representation services in Brown County that not only take care of your legal actions, but take care of you while you file for divorce.
Divorce PRO provides limited scope representation for couples who amicably want to terminate their marriage. Fill out our Confidential Intake Questionnaire to see if Divorce PRO is the right service for your divorce case.
How to File for Divorce in Brown County
Filing for divorce in Brown County is much easier than most people think: you and your soon-to-be-ex should visit the Brown County Courthouse and file, which you do not need legal representation for. Wisconsin is a no fault state, which means that couples can file for divorce in Brown County without proving either party was to blame, making the divorce process that much easier for you.
File for Divorce in 7 Steps
- Visit the Brown County Courthouse
- Decide to file jointly or separately
- Request a temporary hearing if you and your spouse do not agree on all issues
- File the action with the court
- Get a date and time for a hearing
- Attend your hearing (be polite)
- Walk away
Brown County Family Court
If you and your soon-to-be ex have agreed to separate amicably, then family court in the Brown County Courthouse is the right place for you. The court is presided over by Commissioners Phoebe Mix, Jane Sequin, Paul Burke, and Chad Resar.
Where to File for Divorce in Brown County:
Brown County Family Court Filing Fees:
The filing fees for divorce differ between the Wisconsin counties, but the filing fees in Brown County are:
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File for divorce with NO request for support or maintenance:
File for divorce WITH request for support or maintenance:
Those filing may fill out a fee waiver request form which may waive all court fees if there are appropriate circumstances.