Welcome to the Wyoming Interactive Self-Help Center!
This service is provided free of charge by the Wyoming Supreme Court in cooperation with the Equal Justice Wyoming to help you fill out legal forms for filing in Wyoming Courts. Answer a series of questions and print your legal forms! You will also be provided with helpful information and instructions about your next steps.
NOTE: These forms are created for people with simple, undisputed family law cases and may not apply to your situation. These forms should not be considered legal advice, only a lawyer can give you advice about your specific case. If you need help finding a lawyer, click here.
The following forms are currently available as an interactive, question and answer interview. More forms will be added later. If these forms will not work for your situation, you can find individual, printable Family Law Pro Se Forms on the Wyoming Supreme Court website, at http://www.courts.state.wy.us/Forms.
Click here for tips on using the interactive interview.
DIVORCE NO CHILDREN
- Plaintiff and Defendant forms for Divorce with No Children. To start a new case, register or login above.
We suggest you read about Divorce in Wyoming before starting these interviews. You can also read the Family Law Information and Instructions document below (these will also be printed with your finished forms):
Divorce complaints are filed in the District Court in the county where you or your spouse lives. For a directory of the District Courts in Wyoming, click here.
What do I need to get started?
You will want to gather the following information before starting a self-help divorce interview:
*Your spouse's name, address, and date of birth.
*Your marriage date and where your marriage was registered.
*Your separation date.
*A complete list of personal property owned by you and/or your spouse, including the purchase price and the date when you got the property, how much it is worth now, any amount owed on the property, where the title is registered, and whether you or your spouse bought the property using marital funds or whether it was a gift or inheritance.
*A complete list of money items, such as savings or checking accounts, stocks, bonds, cash, including the name and address of the bank, the date the account was opened, the type of account, the account number and the property's estimated value.
*A list of real property (land and/or home) owned by you and/or your spouse, including the property's estimated value, legal description, and amount still owed on the property.
*A complete list of vehicles owned by you and/or your spouse, including make, model, year and vehicle identification number (VIN).
*A list of any business interests held by you or your spouse, including estimated value.
*A list of any other assets (boats, mobile homes, etc.) owned by you or your spouse, including estimated value.
*A complete list of debts owed by you and/or your spouse, including creditor name and current amount owed and if it is a loan, what it was used to buy (i.e. car loan, mortgage, etc.)
*A list of your monthly income.
You should think about safety
If you are using a public computer, be careful with your personal information. Make sure you close all documents and exit all programs when you are finished. If someone is trying to keep track of what you are doing, it could be dangerous to use a personal computer to create forms. You may want to use a computer in a public library or internet café to protect yourself.
To use these Self-Help Interviews, you will need the following technology:
1. Internet Browser
We recommend using either Microsoft Internet Explorer or Google Chrome. Download the free browser by clicking on the links provided.
2. Adobe Flash Player
You must have Adobe Flash Player to view the interactive interviews. Download it for free by clicking on the icon below.
3. Adobe Reader
To download your forms at the end of the interview you will need Adobe Reader, which you can download for free by clicking on the icon below.
Please note: if you are using a public computer, check with the organization to find out if these programs are installed.
You are Responsible. The Wyoming Judicial Branch makes no claim as to whether the use of this Web site will help you get what you want. The Wyoming Judicial Branch is not responsible for what happens if you use any form prepared by this Web site. If you don't know if you should use the forms or this Web site, you should talk to a lawyer before going on.
RESOURCES to help you find a lawyer or to help you represent yourself, are available at: http://www.legalhelpwy.org.
Truthfulness. It is absolutely essential that you be completely honest and accurate in completing all forms. There are penalties for attempting to mislead the Court. You should read Wyoming Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 11 (representations to the court) and Wyoming Statute § 6-5-301 (perjury).
Unauthorized Practice of Law Notice. The purpose of this Web site is to assist those persons who are doing their own divorce. It may be an unauthorized practice of law for a person who is not a licensed lawyer to assist others in obtaining a divorce. Such practice could subject a guilty party to punishment for contempt of court. Rules Governing the Wyoming State Bar and the Authorized Practice of Law.