Teton County Access to Justice is our local legal resource center whose services include self-help legal resources, assistance with do-it-yourself legal forms, free seminars, referrals and certain legal services for income eligible parties within priorities allowable by statue.
Department of Family Services
Adoption Confidential Intermediaries (CI) work for adoptees and their biological families in hopes of reconnecting the family members or collecting important medical histories. CI's are given special access to court records concerning adoption. Click Here to be redirected to the DFS website for more information and petition forms.
Equal Justice Wyoming (formerly Wyoming Center for Legal Aid)
Equal Justice Wyoming is a state funded civil legal services program working with Wyoming legal aid providers and community organizations to help people with limited income find help for their legal problems. Access the Equal Justice forms library.
Legal Aid of Wyoming
Legal Aid of Wyoming Inc. is a federally funded, non-profit law firm that provides legal assistance to low income individuals across the state of Wyoming. Legal Aid can only provide services in those cases where the civil action is brought in Wyoming courts. An application is required to determine eligibility.
University of Wyoming Civil Legal Services Clinic
The Legal Clinic provides civil legal services for those who meet financial qualifications for services. Typical case types include divorce, child custody, and minor property disputes. Please contact the clinic for additional information.
Vital Statistics Services files Adoptions for persons born in Wyoming. For more information and forms Click Here to be redirected to WY Dept. of Health Vital Statistics.
Wyoming Free Legal Answers
Qualifying individuals can submit legal questions into the online portal for volunteer lawyers to answer (non-criminal questions only). Visit the website to learn more or submit a question.