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767.264   Dismissal; vacation; substitution or withdrawal of attorney.
767.273   Allowances pending appeal.
767.281   Filing procedures and orders for enforcement or modification of judgments or orders.
SUBCHAPTER IV
ANNULMENT, DIVORCE, AND LEGAL SEPARATION
767.301   Residence requirements.
767.313   Annulment.
767.315   Grounds for divorce and legal separation.
767.317   Defenses abolished.
767.323   Suspension of proceedings to effect reconciliation.
767.331   Actions for certain interspousal remedies.
767.335   Waiting period for final hearing or trial.
767.34   Court-approved stipulation.
767.35   Judgment of divorce or legal separation.
767.36   Copies of judgment to parties.
767.375   Effect on transfers at death.
767.385   Maintenance, legal custody, and support when divorce or separation denied.
767.395   Name of spouse.
SUBCHAPTER V
CHILD CUSTODY, PLACEMENT, AND VISITATION
767.401   Educational programs and classes.
767.405   Family court services.
767.407   Guardian ad litem for minor children.
767.41   Custody and physical placement.
767.43   Visitation rights of certain persons.
767.44   Prohibiting visitation or physical placement if a parent kills other parent.
767.451   Revision of legal custody and physical placement orders.
767.461   Revisions agreed to by stipulation.
767.471   Enforcement of physical placement orders.
767.481   Relocating a child's residence.
SUBCHAPTER VI
SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE
767.501   Actions to compel support.
767.511   Child support.
767.513   Child health care expenses.
767.521   Action by state for child support.
767.531   Family support.
767.54   Required exchange of financial information.
767.55   Child support: employment-related orders.
767.553   Annual adjustments in support orders.
767.56   Maintenance.
767.57   Maintenance, child support, and family support payments; fees.
767.58   Notice of change of employer, address, and ability to pay; other information.
767.59   Revision of support and maintenance orders.
SUBCHAPTER VII
PROPERTY DIVISION
767.61   Property division.
767.63   Disposed assets may be subject to division.
SUBCHAPTER VIII
ENFORCEMENT
767.70   Child support enforcement: notice and service of process.
767.71   Reconciling percentage-expressed support orders.
767.73   Delinquent child or family support; suspension of operating privilege.
767.75   Assignment of income for payment obligations.
767.76   Account transfers.
767.77   Enforcement of payment obligations.
767.78   Enforcement; contempt proceedings.
SUBCHAPTER IX
PATERNITY
767.80   Determination of paternity.
767.803   Determination of marital children.
767.804   Genetic test results.
767.805   Voluntary acknowledgment of paternity.
767.813   Summons.
767.814   Names on pleadings after paternity determined.
767.815   Enlargement of time in a paternity proceeding.
767.82   Paternity procedures.
767.83   Right to counsel.
767.84   Genetic tests in paternity actions.
767.85   Temporary orders.
767.853   Paternity hearings and records; confidentiality.
767.855   Dismissal if adjudication not in child's best interest.
767.86   Time of first appearance.
767.863   First appearance.
767.865   Deceased respondent.
767.87   Testimony and evidence relating to paternity.
767.88   Pretrial paternity proceedings.
767.883   Trial.
767.89   Paternity judgment.
767.893   Default and stipulated judgments.
767.895   Motion to reopen judgment based on statement acknowledging paternity.
Ch. 767 Note NOTE: Chapter 767 was substantially renumbered and revised by 2005 Wis. Act 443. Explanatory notes are contained in the Act.
subch. I of ch. 767 SUBCHAPTER I
DEFINITIONS, SCOPE, JURISDICTION, AND
RECOGNITION OF JUDGMENTS
767.001 767.001 Definitions. In this chapter:
767.001(1) (1)“Action affecting the family" means any of the following actions:
767.001(1)(a) (a) To affirm marriage.
767.001(1)(b) (b) Annulment.
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