Available Forms


Under the direction of the Wyoming Supreme Court, The Citizen’s Access to Courts Committee (CACC) developed packets of forms and instructions for Pro-Se (do-it-yourself) litigants to use in certain domestic relations cases. The supplying of these forms in cooperation with the CACC and Supreme Court should not be construed as an endorsement by either the Court or the Clerk of Court’s Office of the use of these forms. This office continues to recommend to Pro-Se litigants that they contact an attorney.

These packets are available online at no cost by going to https://www.courts.state.wy.us, and clicking on the "Forms" link at that site. You may also purchase a printed packet at this office, as well as at any Clerk of District Court’s office in the State of Wyoming. Each packet is $10.00. The packets must be purchased in person, and no refunds will be given for returned packets. The packets available are as follows:

  • Divorce - Children
  • Answer to Divorce with Children
  • Divorce - No Children
  • Answer to Divorce with no Children
  • Petition to Modify Child Support, Custody and/or Visitation
  • Petition to Establish Custody, Visitation and Support
  • Abatements
  • Guardianship of Minor


These packets of forms and instructions as well as other valuable information can be found on the website:   Equal Justice Wyoming or you may purchase the packets at our office for $10.00.


Guardian's Report (child)
Guardian's Report (adult)

Please read the statute below for the requirements on the contents of report and the frequency of filing reports.

3-2-109. Guardian's report.

(a) The guardian shall present to the court and file in the guardianship proceedings a signed, written, report on the physical condition, including level of disability or functional incapacity, principal residence, treatment, care and activities of the ward, as well as providing a description of those actions the guardian has taken on behalf of the ward:

(i) Within six (6) months of the guardian's appointment;

(ii) Every six (6) months following the initial report;

(iii) Within thirty (30) days of his removal or resignation from, or the termination of, the guardianship;

(iv) At other times as the court may order.

(b) The court shall maintain a calendar for the filing of guardianship reports.

(c) If a guardian's report is not timely filed, the court shall enter an order for the guardian to show cause why the guardian should not be held in contempt.

Conservator’s Report Please read the statutes below for the requirements on the contents of report and the frequency of filing reports.

3-3-901. Conservator shall report and account.

(a) A conservator shall present to the court and file in the conservatorship proceedings a written verified report and accounting of his administration:

(i) Annually, within sixty (60) days following the anniversary date of his appointment, unless the court otherwise orders on good cause shown;

(ii) Upon filing his resignation and before his resignation is accepted by the court;

(iii) Within thirty (30) days following the date of his removal;

(iv) Within sixty (60) days following the date of termination of the conservatorship, unless that time is extended by the court;

(v) At other times as the court may order.

3-3-902. Requirement of report and accounting.

(a) The report and accounting required by W.S. 3-3-901 shall account for all of the assets, property and income of the ward during the period since the close of the last previous accounting, and shall include the following information so far as applicable:

(i) The balance of funds on hand at the close of the previous accounting, and all amounts received from whatever source during the period covered by the accounting;

(ii) An itemized account of all disbursements made during the period covered by the accounting;

(iii) Changes in investments since the last previous report, including a list of all assets and recommendations of the conservator for the retention or disposition of any property held by the conservator;

(iv) The amount of the bond of the conservator and the name of the surety;

(v) The residence or physical location of the ward;

(vi) The general physical and mental conditions of the ward;

(vii) A description of those duties the conservator is exercising under W.S. 3-3-606 and 3-3-607; and

(viii) Such other information necessary to show the condition of the affairs of the conservatorship.

 Other forms available at this office are  :

  • Financial Affidavit (for use in domestic relations cases involving child support). This form is also available on-line at Wyoming Supreme Court - Self Help Forms.
  • Request for Setting/Notice Setting Hearing (must be accompanied by appropriate Motion or Petition, for which no forms are individually available). The website Wyoming Supreme Court - Self Help Forms may have the necessary forms and instructions for your situation.
  • Request for Court-Appointed Attorney (Juvenile court cases only)