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How to File for Divorce in Richland CountyThe divorce process is easier than you think. As a no-fault state, Wisconsin allows couples to file for divorce without proving either person is to blame. To start the divorce process you or your soon-to-be ex will need to visit the Richland County Courthouse and file.
File for Divorce in 7 Steps
- Visit the Richland 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
Richland County Family CourtRichland County Family Court is found at the Richland County Courthouse, and the family court commissioner is Deb Schwartz. The Richland County Clerk of Courts is Sandra Stacy Kleist, who is the primary contact for filings, paying fees, and questions regarding court proceedings.
Where to File for Divorce
Richland County Courthouse
181 W Seminary St Richland Center, WI 53581 608.647.2197
Richland County Filing FeesAs of 2019, filing for divorce requires one of two filing fees depending on the action you plan to commence:
|File for divorce with NO request for support or maintenance:||$184.50|
|File for divorce WITH request for support or maintenance:||$194.50|