Mullen, Schlough & Associates, S.C. Divorce, Paternity and Restraining Order attorneys are leading the Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls areas due to their attorney’s successful settlements and victories in Wisconsin.
Mullen, Schlough & Associates, S.C. Divorce, Paternity and Restraining Order attorneys are leading the Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls areas due to their attorney’s successful settlements and victories in Wisconsin.

General Definition: The following statutes describe the procedures of filing a court action, whether it be a divorce, restraining order or paternity suit, when dealing with the court system. If you have a situation, call us so we can help you through this because it can be somewhat confusing.

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Here are the relevant statutes relating to divorce, paternity and restraining order issues for your review. Please look them over and contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION so we can help you find which are relevant to your case.

Relevant Wisconsin Divorce, Paternity and Restraining Order Statutes:

Chapter 786: Disposition of Lands of Wards; Specific Performance; Change of Names; Establish Heirships

Chapter 801: Civil Procedure – Commencement of Action and Venue

Chapter 802: Civil Procedure -Pleadings, Motions and Pretrial Practice

Chapter 803: Civil Procedure -Parties

Chapter 806: Civil Procedure -Judgment

Chapter 807: Civil Procedure -Miscellaneous Provisions

Chapter 813: Injunctions, Ne Exeat and Receivers

Chapter 814: Court Costs, Fees, and Surcharges

Chapter 818: Arrest and Bail