Official Accounts Can't Lie

Find out about someone's:

  • - DATE OF MARRIAGE
  • - DATE OF DIVORCE
  • - GROOM'S NAME AND AGE
  • - BRIDE'S NAME AND AGE
  • - COUNTRY AND STATE OF FILING
  • - FILING NUMBER
  • - DIVORCE RECORD

Wisconsin Divorce Records

When you’re requesting vital records from a state, you first need to know what the state’s rules are since the requirements vary from state to state. Some have more restrictions or rules than others. Wisconsin divorce records need an application that includes a fee and a signature, so you can’t apply online or phone in your request. You must download an application, fill it out and mail it with the appropriate fee(s) to:
Wisconsin Vital Records
1 West Wilson St., Room 158
P.O. Box 309
Madison, WI 53701

Free public divorce records are available in some states, but it requires that you perform the search yourself, and that can be very time consuming and tedious. If you request a Wisconsin divorce record from the state, you must have the proper identification which is a copy of a photo ID. Besides photo identification, you must also present a major credit card, health insurance card, recently signed lease or a utility bill or traffic ticket. The fee for a state-conducted search is $20 and you should add $3 for each extra copy. Fees are non-refundable, even if the search finds nothing. If the divorce you’re searching for occurred before 1907, the vital records department won’t have the record on file.

Divorce Records Wisconsin