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Wyoming Separation Agreement Template

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Wyoming Separation Agreement Template

Updated January 31, 2024

A Wyoming separation agreement lets married couples determine rights and responsibilities regarding marital property, spousal support, and other matters for a period when they no longer wish to live as spouses but are not fully divorced.

Wyoming recognizes judicial separation, sometimes called legal separation: a process in which a judge deems a couple legally separated, approves the agreement, and can use the court’s powers to enforce the terms. Legal separation is about as involved as the divorce process, but unlike divorce, can be reversed.

Is a Separation Agreement Legal in Wyoming?

Yes, spouses can create separation agreements in the form of a binding contract, and can also petition a court for judicial separation, in which a judge may use a previously created separation agreement to decide on division of property, spousal and child support, and a parenting plan.[1]

Legal Separation Requirements

  • Filing Fee: Varies by county; in Natrona County it is $140, while in Sheridan County it is $120
  • Residency: At least one of the spouses must have resided in the state for at least 60 days immediately prior to filing the petition.[2]
  • Where to File: With the District Court covering the county where at least one spouse resides.

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Sources

  1. § 20-2-106
  2. § 20-2-107