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Civil Process Division


The Sheboygan County Sheriff's Office Civil Process Division handles the service of legal papers pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 59.27(4) which states, "The Sheriff personally or by the Undersheriff or deputies, serve or execute all processes, writs, precepts and orders issued or made by lawful authority and delivered to the Sheriff."

The Civil Process Division is led by:

Sgt. Eugene Wielgosh

Cpl. Adam Walter

Papers for service will be accepted at the Sheriff's Office Monday through Friday, 8 A.M. through 4 P.M. (excluding holidays), or the may be mailed to the Sheriff's Office.

Mailing Address:

Sheboygan County Sheriff's Office
525 North 6th Street
Sheboygan, WI  53081

Only papers for service within Sheboygan County will be accepted.

Pre-Payment is required for all Civil Process Services. The fees for the service are set by the County Board Resolution.

                   Civil Process Resource Links:

Civil Process Fee Schedule - Click link to view Civil Process Fee Schedule.

Types of Civil Papers and Service Time Requirements  - Click link to view Service Time Requirements.

Sheriff Sales  -Click link to view current Sheriff Sales.

The Wisconsin Way - Click link for the "Wisconsin Guide to Landlord/Tenant Rights". 

Civil Process Aid-in-Service Form - Click link, print form and complete information on form to aid deputies in service.

Evictions - Click link to view information on evictions.

  If you have any questions please contact:

Court Services Division

The Sheboygan County Sheriff's Office Court Services Division primary responsibilities are court room security and prisoner transportation.  5 full-time and 5 part-time deputies are assigned to the Court Services Division. The Sheriff of each county is required by State Statute to be present in Circuit Courts.  The primary assignment is to provide security to the 5 circuit courts and 2 court commissioners.  The other primary responsibility is to transport prisoners to and from the courts when needed.  When the courts are not in session, the bailiffs provide security to the courthouse, serve civil process and warrants, and assist the Patrol Division when needed.  

The Court Services Division is led by:

Sgt. Eugene Wielgosh
Cpl. Adam Walter

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