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This is a list of the most commonly filed divorce forms for the state of Wyoming. Following the list is a brief summary of each form and its purpose. This list of forms is not exhaustive and not all forms listed are required for every divorce. Due to unique case situations and special divorce filing procedures in Wyoming, certain forms may or may not be required by the Wyoming courts.

In Wyoming, the letters NC in the form number means no children; WC means with children. The P in a form indicates its use by the Plaintiff; the second D indicates its use by a Defendant.

Forms List

  • Vital Statistics Form, DNCP 4 or DWCP 4
  • Complaint for Divorce, DNCP 5 or DWCP 5
  • Summons in Civil Action, DNCP 6 or DWCP 6
  • Acknowledgement and Acceptance of Service, DNCP 7 or DWCP 7
  • Affidavit to Allow Service by Registered or Certified Mail, DNCP 8 or DWCP 8
  • Notice of Publication, DNCP 9 or DWCP 9
  • Affidavit to Allow Service by Publication, DNCP 10 or DWCP 10
  • Affidavit Following Service by Publication, DNCP 11 or DWCP 11
  • Answer to the Complaint for Divorce DNCD 4
  • Answer to the Complaint for Divorce and Counterclaim, DNCD 5
  • Reply to the Counterclaim, DNCP 12 or DWCP 16
  • Affidavit for Divorce Without Appearance of the Parties, DNCP 24 or DWCP 31, DNCD 17A or DWCD 22.
  • Decree of Divorce, DNCP 26 or DWCP 34, DNCP 17 or DWCD 25
  • Application for Entry of Default, DNCP 13 or DWCP 17, DNCD 6 or DWCD 10
  • Entry of Default, DNCP 15 or DWCP 19, DNCD 8 or DWCD 12
  • Affidavit of Plaintiff in Support of Default, DNCP 14 or DWCP 18
  • Affidavit of Defendant in Support of Default, DNCD 7 or DWCD 11
  • Confidential Financial Affidavit, DWCP 12 and DWCD 6
  • Order Requiring Completion of Financial Affidavits, DWCP 13 and DWCD 7
  • Income Withholding Order, DWCP 20 or DWCD 13
  • Notice to Payor, DWCP 21 or DWCD 14
  • Confidential Statement of Parties for Child Support Order, DWCP 33 and DWCD 24
  • Certificate of Mailing Decree of Divorce, DNCP 29 or DWCP 37, DNCD 20 or DWCD 28

Vital Statistics Form, DNCP 4 or DWCP 4

The Vital Statistics Form records the divorce for the state’s records. The decree section is left blank until the Decree is signed by the judge.

Complaint for Divorce, DNCP 5 or DWCP 5

The Complaint for Divorce identifies the parties and their children, if any, petitions the court to grant the divorce.

Summons in Civil Action, DNCP 6 or DWCP 6

The Summons in Civil Action informs the Defendant of his or her rights in the action.

Acknowledgement and Acceptance of Service, DNCP 7 or DWCP 7

When the spouses agree, the Plaintiff may serve the Defendant himself or herself. The Defendant signs an Acknowledgement and Acceptance of Service in the presence of a notary, and it is in turn filed with the clerk.

Affidavit to Allow Service by Registered or Certified Mail, DNCP 10 or DWCP 8

Service by Certified or Registered Mail permits the clerk to mail the Complaint and Summons certified or registered mail and it requires that the Plaintiff file with the clerk an Affidavit to Allow Service by Registered or Certified Mail.

Notice of Publication, DNCP 9 or DWCP 9

The Notice of Publication is published in a newspaper after the Plaintiff has filed an Affidavit to Allow Service by Publication. The Notice serves a summons, putting the Defendant on notice that he or she must file an Answer in 30 days or face a default judgment.

Affidavit to Allow Service by Publication, DNCP 10 or DWCP 10

After diligent efforts have been made to locate a missing spouse, the Plaintiff may file an Affidavit to Allow Service by Publication Affidavit to Allow Service by Publication, which details the diligent efforts made to locate the missing party.

Affidavit Following Service by Publication, DNCP 11 or DWCP 11

After the notice has been published, the Plaintiff must file an Affidavit Following Service by Publication, Affidavit Following Service by Publication which certifies to the court that the notice was published.

Answer to the Complaint for Divorce, DNCD 4

In the Answer to the Complaint for Divorce, the Defendant states the allegations and claims he agrees with and those he disputes.

Answer to the Complaint for Divorce and Counterclaim, DNCD 5

In the Answer to the Complaint for Divorce and Counterclaim, the Defendant may ask the court for relief he or she seeks. In essence the Answer to the Complaint for Divorce and Counterclaim is a counter divorce action.

Reply to the Counterclaim, DNCP 12

The Plaintiff files a Reply to the Counterclaim to the Answer and Counterclaim when he or she disagrees with allegations and requests in the Answer. The Plaintiff has 20 days to file a Reply to the Counterclaim.

Affidavit for Divorce Without Appearance of the Parties, DNCP 24 or DWCP 31, DNCD 17A or DWCD 22.

The Affidavit for Divorce Without Appearance of the Parties asks the court to grant the divorce without a hearing. The Affidavit for Divorce Without Appearance of the Parties is used when the parties have reached an agreement and both have signed the Decree of Divorce. Depending on the course of the action, either the Plaintiff or the Defendant files this form.

Decree of Divorce, DNCP 26 or DWCP 34, DNCD 17 or DWCD 25

The Decree of Divorce is the instrument granting the divorce and which spells out the terms and conditions of the division of assets and liabilities of the marital estate. When children are involved, the decree also details the terms and conditions of the parenting plan, spousal and child support, visitation. Depending on the course of the action, either the Plaintiff or the Defendant files this form.

Application for Entry of Default, DNCP 13 or DWCP 17, DNCD 7 or DWCD 11

The Application for Entry of Default asks the court to grant the divorce by default. Depending on the course of the action, either the Plaintiff or the Defendant files this form.

Entry of Default, DNCP 15 or DWCP 19, DNCD 8 or DWCD 12

The Entry of Default is the court order recording the default in the record. Depending on the course of the action, either party may file this form.

Affidavit of Plaintiff in Support of Default, DNCP 14 or DWCP 18

The Affidavit of Plaintiff in Support of Default supports the Plaintiff’s allegations that default is justified. If the Defendant fails to file an Answer Reply to the Counterclaim, the Plaintiff may file an Affidavit in Support of a Default.

Affidavit of Defendant in Support of Default, DNCD 7 or DWCD 10

The Affidavit of Defendant in Support of Default supports the Defendant’s allegations that default is justified. If the Plaintiff fails to file a Reply to the Counterclaim, the Defendant may file an Affidavit in Support of a Default.

Confidential Financial Affidavit, DWCP 12 and DWCD 6

The Confidential Financial Affidavit must be completed by each spouse and profiles incomes and expenses of each. It provides information about the minor children of the marriage. The Confidential Financial Affidavit must be signed in the presence of a notary or the clerk of the court.

Order Requiring Completion of Financial Affidavits, DWCP 13 and DWCD 7

The Order Requiring Completion of Financial Affidavits, DWCP 13, which requires that each party provide financial information (W-2s and pay stubs) for the last two years.

Income Withholding Order, DWCP 20 or DWCD 13

The Income Withholding Order stipulates the amount and the terms and conditions of child support. Depending on the course of the action, either party may file this form.

Notice to Payor, DWCP 21 or DWCD 14

The Notice to Payor orders the payor’s employer to deduct and forward to the Wyoming Disbursement Unit child and spousal support and medical insurance payments. Depending on the course of the action, either party may file this form.

Confidential Statement of Parties for Child Support Order, DWCP 33 and DWCD 24

Confidential Statement of Parties for Child Support Order provides confidential information necessary to comply with the Child Support Enforcement Act.

Certificate of Mailing Decree of Divorce, DNCP 29 or DWCP 37

The Certificate of Mailing Decree of Divorce certifies the mailing of the divorce decree.

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The spouse initiating the divorce process, called the plaintiff, must be a resident of Wyoming for the 60 days immediately preceding the filing, or the marriage must have happened in Wyoming, with the plaintiff living there since.

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