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Circuit court eFiling

eFiling status in Wisconsin

Select from the dropdown to see eFiling case types by county:  
Voluntary case types:  
Mandatory case types:  
Pending expanded case types:  
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation April 3, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation April 3, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation April 17, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation April 17, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation April 17, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
Mandatory case types: Implementation April 17, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation May 1, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation May 1, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation May 1, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation May 15, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: Implementation May 15, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: None at this time
Mandatory case types: Implementation June 1, 2017 for:
– Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: None
Mandatory case types: None; implementation not yet scheduled
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: Small Claims
Mandatory case types: None; implementation not yet scheduled
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
Mandatory case types: None; implementation not yet scheduled
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family
Mandatory case types: None; implementation not yet scheduled
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: None at this time
Mandatory case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time
Voluntary case types: – Probate
Mandatory case types: – Civil and Small Claims
– Family and Paternity
– Criminal, Traffic, and Ordinance
Pending expanded case types: None at this time

Participating counties

Mandatory eFiling in the Wisconsin circuit courts will be phased in on a county-by-county basis. Once mandatory eFiling has been implemented in a county, attorneys and high-volume filing agents will be required to eFile:

eFiling will continue to be voluntary for all other case types and for self-represented litigants. See Wis. Stats. ยง 801.18 for additional details about mandatory eFiling. The map and table featured here provide a summary of the current state of eFiling and a snapshot of which counties are slated to implement mandatory eFiling next.

While eFiling is not currently available for TROs and injunctions, other class codes and case types will be added over time.

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


Upcoming mandatory eFiling implementations

For notifications about when new counties or case types will be enabled, subscribe to the eFiling notification service on the right side of the Circuit Court eFiling home page, or follow us on Twitter. The following counties are slated to implement mandatory eFiling over the next several weeks:

County Implementation date
Dane April 3, 2017
Washburn April 3, 2017
Polk April 17, 2017
Price April 17, 2017
Sawyer April 17, 2017
Taylor April 17, 2017
Iron May 1, 2017
Menominee May 1, 2017
Shawano May 1, 2017
Langlade May 15, 2017
Lincoln May 15, 2017
Lafayette June 1, 2017