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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Wyoming on
Q: Father's rights in Wyoming pays child support but mother we don't allow him to see 13 year old son

There's his ex won't let him see his kid they've got a name ND Money and won't accept it easily

1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Divorce and Family Law for Wyoming on
Q: I have filed an appeal to a divorce case. Is the decision suspended until the appeal is settled?
Matthew A Walker
Matthew A Walker
answered on Jun 7, 2024

Even pending appeal, a District Court's decision remains in effect unless there is some type of restraining order or injunction which would stay the order. The process is difficult to navigate, so I would reach out to a reputable family lawyer or appeal lawyer to assist you in understanding... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Child Custody for Wyoming on
Q: Is it legal to record person in their home committing a crime to later use as blackmail or proof in child custody case

Can you record others in their own homes without their knowledge?

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Apr 13, 2024

No, it is not legal to secretly record someone in their own home without their consent in order to blackmail them or use the recording in a child custody case. This would be considered a serious violation of privacy and could potentially lead to criminal charges.

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Landlord - Tenant for Wyoming on
Q: Troubled son (drugs/mental illness) lives in 2nd home rent free, do I need an agreement to protect myself and property?

My son has history of hard drugs and mental illness, he also has been convicted of misdemeanor in another state (Molotov cocktail thrown in car). He moved back home and I allow him to live in my second home rent free. We have video proof of him threatening to kill neighbors and set their houses and... View More

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answered on Mar 31, 2024

In this situation, it would be best to consult with a local attorney who specializes in landlord-tenant law and property matters. While a written agreement can provide some level of protection, it may not be sufficient given the complexities of your son's situation and the potential risks... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Estate Planning and Probate for Wyoming on
Q: In wyoming can a executor trespass a beneficiary from property In a will
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answered on Nov 24, 2023

In Wyoming, the role of an executor in managing estate property can sometimes involve making decisions about who can access that property. However, the authority of the executor is not absolute and must align with the intentions outlined in the will and the law.

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Wyoming on
Q: How do I voluntarily terminate my parental rights in wyoming
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answered on Nov 12, 2023

Here is a detailed overview of how to voluntarily terminate parental rights in Wyoming:

To voluntarily terminate parental rights in Wyoming, you will need to petition the court and prove that terminating your rights is in the best interest of the child. This process involves several steps:...
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1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Estate Planning, Family Law and Public Benefits for Wyoming on
Q: Can a Wyoming Supreme Court decision regarding a family trust and will be appealed or overturned in any way?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Oct 24, 2020

A Wyoming attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney, this is what the website of the Supreme Court of Wyoming says, which is public view to everyone, attorneys and non-attorneys alike:

The Supreme...
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1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy, Family Law, Foreclosure and Collections for Wyoming on
Q: Which state hold judgments after family law case is transferred?

I have judgments that originated in NJ 8 years ago as part of my family law case. The case was transferred to WY when the children and I moved here 5 years ago. Since the judgments are part of family action, should interest be accrued using NJ rates for all 8 years, or 3 years with NJ and 5 with... View More

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Jun 26, 2018

All eight years interest will accrue pursuant to the judgments issued under New Jersey law.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Wyoming on
Q: I live in Utah but my kids live in Wyoming. Do I need a lawyer from Wyoming?
Joseph Torri
Joseph Torri
answered on Apr 6, 2017

More facts are required to provide a through analysis here. However, you should discuss the legal issues with a family lawyer in Wyoming and Utah. It is unclear whether a case has already been filed. If a case has not been filed, Wyoming will probably have jurisdiction, but consult with a local... View More

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