Finance Department - Mission Statement

The Will County Circuit Clerk's Finance Department will insure the accuracy of financial information and transactions while providing friendly, accurate service to the citizens of Will County.  We will continue fiscally responsible handling of financial issues for the citizens of Will County through financial reporting, monitoring, internal controls and cash flow management.

Online Payment Options

iGuilty Avoid a court appearance, plead guilty and pay a fine (supervision may be requested)

iPay  Pay any balance due that was previously ordered by a Judge

Appeals and Civil Case Payments 

Child Support Payments (including Maintenance & Annual Fees)

Financial FAQs

Our fee schedule contains a list of fees and costs for all services provided by the Circuit Clerk’s office.
The Will County Sheriff’s Office provides service of process in civil cases within Will County. They can be reached at (815) 727-8895 or at https://www.willcosheriff.org/court-services.
If you have an existing court-ordered obligation that is being enforced in Will County by the State’s Attorney Office, please visit their website, http://www.willcountysao.com/specialized-child_support_unit.htm. If you have an existing court-ordered obligation that is NOT being enforced by the State’s Attorney Office, please contact the Illinois Department of Health Care & Family Services at http://www.childsupportillinois.com/. If you do not have an existing child-support obligation or you would like to file for child support, click here for related court forms or click on legal self-help here. For all other inquiries, including unclaimed child support checks, please contact our office at (815) 740-8017.
Please click here and follow the instructions, including completely and accurately filling out the affidavit.
Federal and Illinois state law requires that employers are provided with a central location for processing of income withholding for child support orders. To meet this requirement the State of Illinois created the State Disbursement Unit (SDU). Since 10/1/99, all wage deductions for child support obligations have been processed by the SDU. The Will County Circuit Clerk’s Office is committed to assisting the SDU in this effort. More importantly, we are committed to the citizens of Will County who depend on this money to make ends meet. The $36 annual fee is authorized by the Will County Board and is collected and used the Clerk to maintain child support orders and record all payments issued by the SDU for the official record of the court.
You can pay a assessments and fines in person at the 1st floor Court Services windows at the main courthouse, by U.S. Mail or online through our website by clicking here.
No, we do not accept personal checks. We will accept cash, credit cards, money order, cashier’s checks and certified checks made payable to “Clerk of the Circuit Court”.
Yes, but only if you first obtain the Judge’s permission. Otherwise you must pay your fine prior to the due date to avoid additional costs.
Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for our office to send out a check for bond return, should the Court Order allow for it.
Pursuant to 705 ILCS 105/27.2(gg) delinquency amounts may be added to any unpaid fees and costs up to 15% after 90 days. Balances remaining unpaid after 90 days may be turned over for collection, at which time an additional 30% fee may be added. Unpaid balances may also be sent to the Illinois Local Debt Recovery Program.