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There are ten state court districts in Wisconsin and 71 courthouses for Wisconsin’s 72 counties.The address for each courthouse can be found in the table below.
As of October 16, 2017, all Wisconsin counties will require attorneys to use electronic filing for civil, small claims, family, paternity, criminal, traffic and ordinance cases; however, self-represented litigants may still utilize paper filing.
Chapter 893 of the Wisconsin Statutes provides the statute of limitations for each type of civil claim. For example, the statute of limitations for a contract claim is 6 years, while the statute of limitations for a personal injury claim is 3 years. Click here to access the statutes.
A corporate records search for registered agent information and other business information can be done on the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions website.
A search for a registered agent for an insurance company can be done on the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance website.
Yes, by state law, there is a state law library, maintained by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and accessible to the public. There are three locations of the Wisconsin State Law Library:
Wisconsin State Law Library
120 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Madison, WI 53703
Milwaukee County Legal Resource Center
901 N. 9th Street, Room G9
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Dane County Legal Resource Center
215 S. Hamilton Street, Room L1007
Madison, WI 53703
More information, including online search forms, popular legal topics, and interactive library maps, can be found at the Wisconsin State Law Library website.