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Low Cost Lawyer Jefferson Divorce

A divorce in Jefferson County DOESN'T need to bankrupt you OR your soon-to-be ex. If the two of you have agreed to cooperate the low cost divorce attorneys at Divorce PRO will help you represent yourself in family court. Limited scope representation from Divorce PRO could save you thousands compared to a traditional divorce attorney. Fill out our confidential Intake Questionnaire to see if limited scope representation is right for you.

How to File for Divorce in Jefferson County

Wisconsin is a no fault state, meaning Jefferson County couples can file divorce without proving either person is to blame. To start the divorce process you or your spouse will need to visit the Jefferson County Courthouse and file in person. You do not need an attorney present. The relationship with your soon-to-be ex might have been painful, divorce in Jefferson County doesn't have to be.

Jefferson County Family Court

A motion for divorce must be filed in person at the Office of the Family Court Commissioner in Room 218 of the Jefferson County Courthouse. Jefferson County's Family Court is presided over by Commissioner Jennifer Weber. Nearly 60% of Commissioner Weber's career was dedicated to family law.

Where to File:

Jefferson County Courthouse
311 S. Center Ave., Room 218, Jefferson WI  53549
Courthouse: (920) 674-7192

Jefferson Family Court Filing Fees

As of 2017, filing for divorce requires one of two filing fees depending on the action you plan to commence:

Commence Action with NO request for support or maintenance: $184.50
Commence Action WITH request for support or maintenance: $194.50

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