This package of forms is provided by the Wyoming Courts to Petitioners of divorce cases. In divorce cases, the term “Petitioner” is used to refer to the spouse who filed for the divorce. Use of this package is limited to Petitioners of divorce cases involving minor children.
This divorce forms package is approved by the Wyoming Courts. Use of this package is limited to Petitioners of divorce cases involving no minor children. It allows any resident of the State to file for divorce without legal assistance.
Before appearing in their first divorce hearing, the divorcing spouses must complete this form. It must be noted that this form can only be used if there are no minor children resulting from the union.
At least ten (10) days before the court hearing, the Court sends this form to each of the divorcing spouses. Through this form, both spouses are officially ordered to appear before the Court Judge on the scheduled date.
Following receipt of the copies of the divorce papers, the Defendant must complete this form and return it to the Petitioner.
In the State of Washington, a resident can fulfill this form to establish a living will. A living will allows an individual to select the medical treatments that will be administered to her/him should s/he lose her/his cognitive abilities later in life. [rawlink]http://www.wikiform.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/WashingtonLivingWill.doc[/rawlink]
Residents of the State of Virginia can complete this form to establish a valid living will.
A “Will Codicil” is the legal version of a “PS”. This form is used if an individual seeks to alter the details of a recently established living will.[rawlink]http://www.wikiform.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/WillCodicil.doc[/rawlink]
To establish a living will in the State of Wyoming, interested resident must complete this form.
This petition is for the use of Nevada residents who seek to apply for a legal name change.