eFile/eCourts

Map of eFiling status in Wisconsin This is a map of Wisconsin showing eFilable case types by county and whether they are mandatory or voluntary. An alternative view of this map can be found here. ADAMS ASHLAND BARRON BAYFIELD BROWN BUFFALO BURNETT CALUMET CHIPPEWA CLARK COLUMBIA CRAWFORD DANE DODGE DOOR DOUGLAS DUNN EAU CLAIRE FLORENCE FOND DU LAC FOREST GREEN GRANT GREEN LAKE IOWA IRON JEFFERSON JACKSON JUNEAU KENOSHA KEWAUNEE LA CROSSE LAFAYETTE LANGLADE LINCOLN MANITOWOC MARATHON MARINETTE MARQUETTE MENOMINEE MILWAUKEE MONROE OCONTO ONEIDA OUTAGAMIE OZAUKEE PEPIN PIERCE POLK PORTAGE PRICE RACINE RICHLAND ROCK RUSK SAUK SAWYER SHAWANO SHEBOYGAN ST. CROIX TAYLOR TREMPEALEAU VERNON VILAS WALWORTH WASHBURN WASHINGTON WAUKESHA WAUPACA WAUSHARA WINNEBAGO WOOD eFiling status in Wisconsin (Click on a county for a description of available eFiling case types.) Mandatory case types + Voluntary AD, JA, JG, & JM + Voluntary AD, JA, JG, JM, CI, CX, & JD + Voluntary AD, JA, JG, JM, CI, CX, JD, JC, JO, JV, & TP

Circuit court eFiling

Participating counties

Mandatory eFiling in the Wisconsin circuit courts is being phased in on a county-by-county and case-type-by-case-type basis. At present, attorneys and high-volume filing agents with cases in Wisconsin counties are required to eFile:

eFiling will continue to be voluntary for self-represented litigants. See Wis. Stats. § 801.18 for additional details about mandatory eFiling.

Counties may offer voluntary eFiling for case types in addition to those listed above. The map featured here illustrates the current state of eFiling in each county along with information about future implementations. Click on a county on the map for a description of available eFiling case types.

The scope of mandatory eFiling will continue to expand, including more case types and class codes over time. While eFiling is not currently available for temporary restraining order and injunction cases, they will be added in the future as well.

A table showing the eFiling status in each county is available here.


Upcoming mandatory eFiling implementations

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