The Supreme Court has provided various domestic relations and divorce forms to assist users in representing themselves in court. All instructions should be read completely when using these forms.
The information provided is not legal advice, and is not a substitute for legal representation by an attorney.
The Supreme Court provides various Family Law, Garnishment, Protection Order, Small Claims, and other forms to help users represent themselves in court. All instructions should be read completely when using these forms. Additional forms and legal information are available on the Equal Justice Wyoming website.
Automated forms for Divorce without Minor Children available. The interactive forms will ask the user a series of questions and then allows the user to print or save the completed forms, which are ready to file with the courts.
Access legal assistance and information from Equal Justice Wyoming (EJW). Their website provides additional information, forms, and resources for litigants.
Various resources for finding legal representation are available through the Civil Legal Aid Hotline and other resources throughout the state.
Community calendar of legal aid events. Please note advice at legal aid clinics is limited to non-criminal matters, such as: family law; probate, such as wills or advance directives; real property; landlord/tenant; public benefits; federal tax issues; and consumer/debt issues. Income restrictions may apply.