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Wyoming Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The Wyoming do not resuscitate (DNR) order form is a legal document that instructs medical service providers to withhold the application of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a patient who is not breathing or has no heartbeat. An individual may voluntarily request a DNR order from their doctor, or if they cannot make medical decisions on their own,...

Wyoming Name Change Forms | Petition

Wyoming name change forms allow residents of the state to petition for a legal name change through their county's district court. Individuals changing their name because of a marriage or divorce are not required to complete these forms. In order to be eligible to petition for a name change for any other reason, the petitioner...

Wyoming Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Wyoming notary acknowledgment form is a device that a notary public uses to verify signatures on official documents. It provides legal evidence that the individuals involved in the transaction have been identified and that they have signed the documents of their own volition. Notaries will often acknowledge mortgages, powers of attorney, deeds, and other...

Wyoming Living Trust Form (Revocable)

The Wyoming living trust is a legal agreement used to protect an individual's assets should they become mentally incapacitated and to bypass the Wyoming probate process after they die. The Grantor (creator of the trust) appoints a Trustee to govern the trust and distribute assets within the trust to the named Beneficiaries after the Grantor's death. The...

Wyoming Deed Forms

A Wyoming deed is a form that may be used to transfer the ownership of property from a seller to a buyer. The form should list the information about the 'Grantor' and 'Grantee' followed by the Purchase Price and Legal Description. All Deeds in the State of Wyoming are required to be signed in the...

Wyoming Non-Compete Agreement Template

A Wyoming non-compete agreement is a contract that allows an employer to limit an employee from engaging in the same business. The non-compete period begins after the employee is no longer is employed. The duration can be up to 1 year and for a specific geographical area. Laws Legally Enforceable? Attorneys (prohibited) Continued Employment What...

Wyoming Small Estate Affidavit | Affidavit of Collection of Estate Assets

A Wyoming small estate affidavit, or 'Wyoming Affidavit of Collection of Estate Assets', is a form that may be used to shorten the process for settling the estate of a deceased resident (decedent). Thirty (30) days must pass after the death before the affidavit can be used. As soon as the waiting period is over,...

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 — financial accounts, fiduciary funds, life insurance policies, as well as real, personal, and even digital property — can all be bequeathed...

Wyoming Promissory Note Templates (2)

Wyoming promissory notes are signed promises that organize and add legal validity to transactions where one individual (called the 'lender') lends money to another individual (called the 'borrower'). The documents include a section where a witness' signature is written; this gives the template weight in a court of law if the document needs to be...

Wyoming Advance Directive Form

A Wyoming advance directive is a document used in the case of an emergency to outline a person's health care instructions if they cannot speak for themselves. It allows an agent to be selected and handle medical decisions on the patient's behalf and instructions on the preference for health care. The document should be kept...