Wyoming No Fault Divorce

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While settling the issue of child custody, the best interests of the child or children are taken into consideration. In 1973, the Uniform Child Custody Act was passed. The desires of the child or children are taken into account while managing this issue. Grandparents have the right to visitation. In this state, Joint Custody is never awarded.

Grounds of Wyoming No Fault Divorce

The singular ground for divorce is that there must be irreconcilable differences between the two divorcing partners. Moreover, there should be no solution by means of which both can stay married.

Residency requirements of Wyoming No Fault Divorce

  • The divorcing partner, who files the divorce papers, must have been residing in this state for at least 60 days immediately prior to the date on which the divorce has been filed. or
  • The marriage of the divorcing partners must have been solemnized in this state and from the date of marriage till the date of filing the divorce papers, the Petitioner must have been residing in this state.

Ingredients of Document Kit

This kit consists of the following documents.

  • Affidavit of Diligent Search for Service by Publication
  • Affidavit of Service
  • Notice of Hearing
  • Summons
  • Sample Proposed Property Settlement
  • Decree of Divorce
  • Affidavit of Corroborating Witness
  • Affidavit of Non Military Service
  • Verification
  • Answer and Waiver of Hearing
  • Financial Affidavit of Respondent
  • Financial Affidavit of Petitioner
  • Sample Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
  • Instruction for completing the documents
  • Sample Parenting Plan (if child or children is involved)
  • Affidavit of Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (if child or children is involved)

Waiting Period

In this state, a waiting period of 20 days has been advised. It is intimated that after the date of filing the Complaint for divorce, the divorcing parties have to wait for 20 days, after which the divorce might be granted.

Rules of Visitation

The divorcing parties have been empowered to submit a written plan of visitation to the court. This plan comprises of details wherein each parent is free to meet the child or children as well as the responsibilities of the parent during the visitation span. It happens that the divorcing parties cannot form a consensus regarding the visitation plan. Then, it is the duty of the court to design this plan.

The plan developed by the court comprises of visitation rules on the following occasions.

  • Alternate years on the birthday of the child or children
  • Mother's Day with mother
  • Father's Day with father
  • Spending Christmas with either parent, alternately
  • Thanksgiving Day schedule
  • Plan for Easter and New Year's Eve
  • Spending time with the child or children during the school recess in Summer, Spring and Winter
  • Alternate weekend visitation (inclusive of 3 day weekends)
  • Open communication by computer and phone

There are other details that also should be included. Some of these are as follows.

  • Whether the divorced parents can reside overnight with each other in the presence of the child or children?
  • If the divorced partners remarry, how the future partners would impact the child?
  • How far can one divorced partner move from the child?
  • If one divorced partner is planning a vacation, how much is the notice period for communicating this plan?

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