One of the Oldest Settled Places in Wisconsin, Oconto County Is Served for a Low, Flat Rate

Oconto County on Wisconsin Map HighlightedOconto County is perched just north of Brown County and extends in a diagonal staircase pattern away from Green Bay. Early French explorers established settlements along Green Bay in modern day Oconto County and these roots are still evident in the county’s denser population closer to the shoreline. Overall, the county has been growing in population since the 1970s and with medium sized cities like Gillett, the ATV Capital of the World, there’s a lot of court papers to be served in¬†Oconto County.

Regardless of the kind of paper you need served or where in Oconto County it’s going, we’ll serve it for a low, flat rate.

Even though Oconto County’s population has steadily risen for decades, the farther northwest you go, the sparser the county becomes. Eventually, the Nicolet National Forest begins and there are not many people to be found. Fortunately, we serve the entire county for one flat rate. Whether it’s a divorce paper going to Lakewood or a money judgment in Little Suamico, you service fee is the same.

We serve the entire county, including the following cities, towns and villages:

  • Abrams
  • Bagley
  • Brazeau
  • Breed
  • Chase
  • Doty
  • Gillett
  • How
  • Lakewood
  • Lena
  • Little River
  • Little Suamico
  • Maple Valley
  • Morgan
  • Mountain
  • Oconto
  • Oconto Falls
  • Pensaukee
  • Pulaski
  • Suring

Before sending us your papers, it may be a good idea to confirm exactly where you papers need to be served. Some municipalities, like Pulaski, straddle the border between counties. Your service fee will depend on whether the address you need attempted is in Oconto County or a neighboring county. Our full time office staff is always ready to answer the phone and help you figure out where your papers are going and quote your no-surprises up front price.

Contact Southeast Wisconsin Process for a no-obligation quote on serving papers in Oconto County.