Wyoming Divorce Laws & Resources
UPDATED: February 16, 2020
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If you’d like to learn more about Wyoming divorce laws, you can find more information, links, and Wyoming divorce resources listed below. This is not an exhaustive list, but it will provide you with several ideas for your own research, including references to the applicable Wyoming divorce law statutes. Of course, you might also decide to consult an experienced Wyoming divorce law attorney.
Wyoming Divorce Resources:
Wyoming Directory of Divorce Mediation & Mediators: This is a directory of mediators and arbitrators in Wyoming who are available to help for family law issues both within and without the court system. “Alternative dispute resolution” is the blanket term for the type of service that these professionals provide; it is an alternative to litigation in court.
Wyoming Domestic Violence Crisis and Support Resources: Contact information for Wyoming domestic violence shelters, crisis centers, safe houses, and violence prevention programs. The site also offers links to Wyoming resources for legal aid, legal forms, Wyoming attorney general, law enforcement, child abuse, child support, social services, finding a lawyer, finding a counselor, and more.
Wyoming Department of Family Services: Child Support Enforcement Division: This state-run website contains valuable information that all parties should know about child support rules, enforcement procedures, paternity testing, and support orders. It also contains a separate Guide to Wyoming’s Child Support Enforcement Program with hyperlinks and an RSS feed.
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Effect of Divorce on Taxes
Effect of Divorce on Estate Planning/Wills
Wyoming Legal Separation: Wyoming Code Section 20-2-106, 20-2-107
Grounds/Fault-No Fault: 20-2-104
Residency/Where to File: 20-2-107, 20-2-104
Divorce Mediation: 20-124.4
Annulment: 20-2-101, 20-1-113
Wyoming Divorce & Finances
Property Division/Debts: 20-2-114
Spousal Support: 20-2-114
Wyoming Child Custody and Child Support
Child Custody: 20-2-201
Child Support: 20-2-301, 20-2-315
Wyoming Divorce/Child Support/Child Custody Lawyers:
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