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Wyoming Small Estate Affidavit | Affidavit of Collection of Estate Assets

A Wyoming small estate affidavit is a form that may be used to shorten the process of settling the estate of a deceased resident (decedent). Thirty days must pass after the death before the affidavit can be used. When the waiting period is over, a successor can use the form to collect the decedent's property from third parties.

Wyoming Last Will and Testament Template

A Wyoming last will and testament is a legal document used by an individual ("testator") to provide instructions for how their estate shall be distributed upon death. All aspects of the testator’s estate can be bequeathed to designated beneficiaries.

Wyoming Promissory Note Templates (2)

A Wyoming promissory note template is a document that organizes and adds legal validity to a lending arrangement between a borrower and a lender. It includes sections on interest rates, late fees, payment schedules, and more, as well as an area for a witness's signature.

Wyoming Advance Directive Form

A Wyoming advance directive is a document used to outline a person's healthcare preferences and is used if the person becomes unable to communicate or make decisions. Through an advance directive, a declarant can designate an agent to handle medical decisions.

Wyoming Eviction Notice Forms (2)

A Wyoming eviction notice is used by a landlord to inform a tenant of a violation of the terms and conditions of a lease. The notice will include the offense and instructions on how the tenant can return to compliance with their agreement. If the tenant fails to do so, the landlord may file a forcible entry and detainer lawsuit at the Circuit Court.

Wyoming LLC Operating Agreements (2)

A Wyoming LLC operating agreement is a legal document that manages each member's rights and duties regarding a company's operations. It should also set out members' ownership interest. After signing, each member is required to keep a copy of the operating agreement for their records.

Wyoming Bill of Sale Forms (4)

Wyoming bill of sale forms record the transfer of ownership of personal property from a seller to a buyer. A bill of sale should identify the parties involved, describe the item being sold, and record the terms of the transaction (e.g. purchase price, warranties, etc.). The buyer must keep a copy of the bill of sale to register a purchased vehicle.

Wyoming Lease Agreement Templates (6)

A Wyoming lease agreement is a legal document between a landlord and tenant used for the renting of property. The tenant is responsible for paying rent and maintaining the premises, while the landlord is obligated to make any necessary repairs during the lease term. Once the lease is signed, it is legally binding on both parties.

Wyoming Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Wyoming power of attorney forms can be used by individuals seeking to be represented by someone of their choice for their financial or medical affairs. The person giving power ("principal") has the choice to select any person ("agent") they want to handle their affairs. If the form is "durable", then the form will remain valid...

Wyoming Transfer on Death Deed

A Wyoming transfer on death deed is used to arrange a transfer of real property to a designated beneficiary effective upon the owner's death. It allows the owner and beneficiary to avoid the probate process, which can be complicated and costly. Once recorded,  it can be revoked anytime while the owner is still alive.