This information is provided as a service by the Supreme Court of the State of
Wyoming. These packets are designed to assist you in representing yourself in
court matters. The packets will be more helpful to people who agree on the
terms of their divorce, child custody or child support case.
Read the packet in its entirety before you begin. Each packet contains
information on how to fill out the forms, which forms you may need and who you
may call to assist you.
The information is not legal advice, and is not a substitute for legal
representation by an attorney.
While you have the right to represent yourself, there are certain significant
risks and responsibilities attached to that right. Failing to protect your
rights during a divorce or child custody or support case, as with any legal
matter, can have serious, long-term consequences.
If you have specific questions regarding your case, call an attorney or legal
services office before proceeding.
Be aware that people who represent themselves must follow the same rules as
those represented by attorneys, such as deadlines.
Court staff can answer questions about procedures, but they cannot give legal
If you need assistance in establishing paternity, contact your local child
support enforcement agency or call:
and you will be directed to the appropriate person.
Child Support Enforcement Services (307) 777-6948; or
Department of Family Services (307) 777-7561
Please note - By law, we cannot provide legal advice. Should you need
additional assistance or forms that are not provided on this site, you may wish
to consult an attorney. Your use of this Web site, and any forms you use from
it, is at your own risk and without any warranties by the State of Wyoming.
We hope this website has the information you need and encourages you to learn
more about Wyoming’s courts, the people we serve, and the dedicated people who
work in our courts.
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