To file for divorce in Wyoming, one spouse should have lived there for at least two months. The divorce can be filed in the county where one of the spouses lives.
There are two main reasons for filing for divorce in Wyoming, as follows:
Keeping in view the best interests of the child, custody can be awarded to one or both parents, depending on factors like the following:
As Wyoming is a state of equitable distribution, all property, including any purchased before marriage or gifts or in the form of inheritances will be divided among the spouses equally. The division depends on factors such as who acquired the property and how, what are the economic conditions of both spouses, needs and liabilities of each spouse, custody and responsibilities of each partner and any other reason deemed fit.
There are no major rules or guidelines when it comes to spousal support. Either partner may be ordered to pay alimony to the other, either in lump-sum one-time payment or in the form of installments. In some cases, income from property may be awarded in the form of sustenance to the other partner.
Either of the parents can be ordered to pay child support for their kid, whether they have custody or not. Official child support guidelines are to be followed and the payments will be made through district court clerk. There are some reasons to deviate from the guidelines. These include:
Meditation may be required by court in cases pertaining to child custody.
There is no need of a lawyer when applying for divorce in the state of Wyoming. A divorce case which is filed without any help of an attorney in any of the states is known as Pro Se Divorce.
Literally, Pro Se is a Latin phrase and it means "on her or his own". Process of getting the divorce without the help of lawyer may vary from one State to another. These types of divorces are perfectly legal and enforceable in Wyoming, and are actually very convenient. Usually, once settlements have been made regarding property distribution and custody matters among the spouses in case of a mutual divorce, Pro Se Divorces are filed.
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