Can I get a divorce in Wisconsin without a Lawyer? (Divorce in Wisconsin)

Can I get a divorce in Wisconsin without a Lawyer? by My Wisconsin Attorney

Of course!  Obtaining a divorce in Wisconsin without legal representation is entirely possible.  However, this usually requires both you and your spouse to agree on ALL terms related to the divorce (including custody, placement and property division).  Even if you agree, you may still need help drafting the correct documents and guidence through the process itself – this is where we can help.

If you are considering divorcing without a lawyer, and would like us to prepare the documents and instruct you on the process, please call or email us today.

We provide service to the following communities:

Washington County: Allenton, Addison, Barton, Colgate, Erin, Farmington, Hubertus, Germantown, Hartford, Jackson, Kewaskum, Kohlsville, Mayfield, Myra, Newburg, Polk, Richfield, Rockfield, Slinger, Thompson, Trenton, Wayne, West Bend

Waukesha County: Big Bend, Brookfield, Butler, Chenequa, Delafield, Dousman, Eagle, Elm Grove, Genesee, Hartland, Lac La Belle, Lannon, Lisbon, Menomonee Falls, Merton, Merton, Milwaukee, Mukwonago, Muskego, Nashotah, New Berlin, North Prairie, Oconomowoc, Ottawa, Pewaukee, Summit, Sussex, Vernon, Wales, Waukesha

Milwaukee County: Brown Deer, Cudahy, Fox Point, Franklin, Glendale, Greenfield, Hales Corners, Milwaukee, Oak Creek, River Hills, Saint Francis,

Ozaukee County: Cedarburg, Mequon, Port Washington, Bayside, Belgium, Fredonia, Grafton, Newburg, Saukville, Thiensville,
Shorewood, Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, West Allis, Whitefish Bay.