Wyoming Self Help Legal Forms
Adoption Note: You must submit these adoption forms with an adoption application. – Adoption Report (link to Wyoming Vital Records website) – Application for adoption/application for birth certificate after adoption (link to Wyoming Vital Records website) – Link to info Provides legal services to protect the safety and well-being of children by working with families, schools and courts. Income restrictions: Household income cannot exceed $250,000 per year. If you need help developing a safety plan or obtaining protection orders, contact your local domestic violence program (see Crisis Response in the Yellow Pages) or call the Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault at (844) 264-8080 or visit their local resource website or the Wyoming Division of Victim Services at (888) 996-8816 or the National Domestic Violence Helpline at (800) 799-SAFE (7233) or (512) 453-8117 (multilingual lawyers); TTY (800) 787-3224. Self-help resources on civil law issues www.legalhelp.wy.gov Equal Justice Wyoming (EJW) is a court agency tasked with improving access to justice and improving civil legal aid services in Wyoming. Your website provides additional information, forms and resources for litigants. Please note that the courts are prohibited by law from providing legal advice. If you require additional assistance or forms not provided on this website, you can contact a lawyer or the Equal Justice Wyoming website. Your use of this website and any forms you use from it is at your own risk and without warranty from the State of Wyoming. We hope this website has the information you need and encourages you to learn more about the courts in Wyoming, the people we serve, and the dedicated people who work in our courts. A civil cover page is required when filing a case in county or district court. Please read the instructions carefully and complete the cover page completely before submitting your case.
Case Cover Page Order/Civil Coverage Page Instructions Provides low-cost legal aid to individuals who do not qualify for free legal services but cannot afford the expertise of lawyers at the standard rate. Read the entire package before you begin. Each kit includes information on how to fill out the forms, the forms you need and who to call to help you. Community calendar of events on legal aid. Please note that counselling at legal aid clinics is limited to non-criminal matters, such as: family law; estates, such as wills or living wills; Real estate; owner/tenant; public services; federal tax matters; and consumer and debt issues. Income restrictions may apply. To print these forms in the appropriate format, select the Auto rotate and center print setting. childsupport.wyoming.gov/calculator/index.html – Instructions for adult guardianship forms – Application for appointment of a guardian for an adult – Summons to appoint a guardian for an adult – Consent or designation of guardian for an adult – Confirmation and acceptance of service for the application for the appointment of a guardian for an adult – Request for a hearing on the appointment of a guardian for an adult – Notice of hearing for the appointment of a guardian for an adult – Order the appointment of the guardian for an adult – Oath of guardianship (adult) – Letter of guardianship (adult) – Guardian`s report (adult) – Download all adult guardianship forms (zip) – Link to info Please note: By law, courts cannot offer legal advice. If you require additional assistance or forms not provided on this website, you can contact a lawyer or the Equal Justice Wyoming website.
Your use of this website and any forms you use from it is at your own risk and without warranty from the State of Wyoming. Please read the instructions carefully. Small Claims Court (Wyoming Supreme Court forms) – Small Claims Form Packages (link to Wyoming Judicial Branch website) – Filing Information – Read this for help filing your small claims. – Link to Info Upsolve is a national non-profit organization that helps people file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy for free. Various resources for finding legal representation are available through the Civil Legal Aid Hotline and other resources throughout the state.