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The Clerk of District Court Office (CODC) encourages you to seek legal counsel for any court procedure. The Wyoming Supreme Court adopted rules which allow an attorney to "limit the scope of representation", which means that an attorney may help you fill out these forms. The Wyoming State Bar Referral Service, 307-632-9061, will give you a list of attorneys in our community that provide this service.
The CODC keeps the records of all court papers according to the law. We are NOT attorneys and cannot give legal advice. We will give you information regarding basic court procedures.
These forms are available through our office for a fee of ten dollar ($10.00) each.
|Divorce w/ Children-Plaintiff||Divorce w/ Children-Defendant|
|Divorce w/o Children-Plaintiff||Divorce w/o Children-Defendant|
|Modification of Child Support-Plaintiff||Modification of Child Support-Defendant|
|Modification of Child Custody-Plaintiff||Modification of Child Custody-Defendant|
|Motion for Order to Show Cause||Miscellaneous Divorce Forms (available upon request)|
|Ex: Service forms, Indigency forms, and Miscellaneous Motions and Orders|
These packets are also available for download at no cost from the Wyoming Supreme Court website: http://courts.state.wy.us/LegalHelp/Forms. There is also an Interactive Self-Help Center currently available for Divorce without Children ONLY at this time. You can use the Interactive Self Help Center by follow this link: https://wise.courts.state.wy.us/If you plan to proceed without legal counsel, PLEASE READ ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS before filling out the forms.
|Day & Night||633-2056|
|Drug Testing Center||635-3730|
Exception: If you and the defendant agree on all issues concerning your divorce and you both are signing the Decree of Divorce, then you do not need to wait for this time to expire. You may submit your Decree of Divorce to the CODC for the Judge's signature 20 days after the date you filed your complaint.
The Law Prevents Us From Doing the Following Things:
Here is a list of names and numbers that you might be able to ask for assistance:
|Legal Aid 307-432-0807||UW Legal Assistance 307-766-3747|
|Wyoming State Bar 307-632-9061|
The Clerk of Court Office is here to serve the public. We are here to provide information about cases and the Court. You must seek legal advice from a licensed attorney.