For the public

Follow the links below for court services for the public.

Pay court fees online
Wisconsin Court System's circuit court payment system allows payment of circuit court fees and fines online for participating counties.

Self-help law center
The self-help law center is intended to help you find legal assistance and information, work with an attorney, and represent yourself in some legal matters.

Lawyer regulation
Find information on the lawyer regulation process, how to file a grievance against an attorney and lawyer status, including disciplinary matters. For additional information, visit the Office of Lawyer Regulation home page.

Electronic filing (eFiling)
Learn about eFiling in Wisconsin's circuit and appellate courts.

Protection of information (redaction, confidentiality, sealing)
Find out how to redact a document and file a motion to seal, as well as learn about the treatment of confidential information.

Complaints against interpreters
Learn about the court interpreter disciplinary policy and how to file a complaint against an interpreter.

Complaints against judges/court commissioners
Learn how to file a complaint against a judge or court commissioner.

Wisconsin Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection
Find information on the Wisconsin Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection, established to compensate clients who have lost money or property because of dishonest conduct of their attorneys.

Wisconsin State Law Library
The Wisconsin State Law Library serves the legal information needs of the officers and employees of Wisconsin, attorneys and the public by providing expertise in the selection, maintenance and use of materials, information and technology in order to facilitate equal access to the law.

Americans with Disabilities Act policies and procedures
The Wisconsin Court System is committed to providing equal access to court programs consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other state and federal laws.

Language Access Plan
The Wisconsin Director of State Courts Office is committed to ensuring equal access to justice for all individuals throughout the court system regardless of the language they speak.