Process Serving Company LaFayette County

LaFayette County: Unusual Significance in Wisconsin’s Legal and Governmental History

Lafayette County Highlighted in Red on Map of WisconsinSituated in Southwestern Wisconsin, LaFayette County (sometimes written La Fayette County) holds several distinctions. Not only is it the site of Wisconsin’s first State Capital, it’s also the only courthouse in operation in the country that was paid for by a single individual (thank you, Matt Murphy). LaFayette County is surprisingly well developed, given its seemingly isolated location. While the population is not particularly large, it is fairly stable. There are papers to be served all over the county, whether it’s in downtown Darlington or the more isolated Blanchard.

Our flat rates extend to the entire county and all types of cases.

There are no extra fees for serving family actions compared to civil actions. No matter what type of paper needs to get served, we’ll take care of it for a low, flat rate. We never charge mileage or attempt fees, so you will know what service will cost before a single attempt is made.

We serve all of Lafayette County, including these towns, villages and cities:

  • Argyle
  • Belmont
  • Benton
  • Blanchard
  • Blanchardville
  • Cuba City
  • Darlington
  • Elk Grove
  • Fayette
  • Gratiot
  • Hazel Green
  • Kendall
  • Lamont
  • Monticello
  • New Diggings
  • Seymour
  • Shullsburg
  • South Wayne
  • Wayne
  • White Oak Springs
  • Willow Springs
  • Wiota

All of our rates are based on the county where service takes place, so please call ahead with the address you need attempted. Most municipalities are only in one county, but there are some, like Cuba City and Hazel Green that are in more than one county. It is always a good idea to call ahead and make sure the address you want attempted is actually in LaFayette County. Our friendly office team is always willing to help out make your process serving go smoothly.

For a free quote on serving papers in LaFayette County, contact Southeast Wisconsin Process today.