However, the marriage license does expire one year after the date it was issued.
If previously married, the date of divorce or date of spouse's death must be provided. The fact that you consider yourself married, or the fact that you have lived together for a certain number of years, does not mean that you will be considered “married” under Wyoming law.
The Clerk has a variety of duties including: the processing of cases with court-ordered payments, administration of appeals from the court to the Wyoming Supreme Court, and setting up and monitoring the Jury Panel for Jury Trials in the District Court for Johnson County.
Legal matters filed in the District Court include: Civil cases over ,000 (Contract, Real Property, Torts) Domestic Relations, Probate Estates, Guardianships, Adoptions, Criminal Felonies, Juvenile Delinquency, Children in Need of Supervision, Neglect and Abuse, etc.
Court ordered payments collected and distributed through this office as set by the Wyoming Statutes include: filing fees, Bonds; (both civil and criminal) Criminal Fines, Fees, Restitution and Child Support.
US Citizens can apply for passports or obtain renewal forms in our office on the second floor of the Johnson County Judicial Center, 620 West Fetterman, Suite 208, Buffalo, WY.
No, however process servers must be authorized by the county court in which he or she is serving.
Visit Serve Now.com’s Become a Process Server page for more information. The summons shall be signed by the clerk, bear the seal of the court, identify the court and the parties, be directed to the defendant, and state the name and address of the plaintiff’s attorney or, if unrepresented, of the plaintiff. Upon the filing of the complaint, the clerk shall forthwith issue a summons to be served as directed by the plaintiff.
[Based on Wyoming Statutes Annotated; Title 20, Chapters 20-2-107 and 20-2-104]LEGAL GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE: The legal ground for divorce include irreconcilable differences and incurable insanity of either party.
Therefore the information listed below may have been amended. For service by first class mail, the plaintiff shall pay to the clerk a fee of five dollars for each complaint to be served.
For updated process serving legislation, please visit the Wyoming Courts website. Service pursuant to subdivision (d)(1)(D) shall not be the basis for the entry of a default or a judgment by default unless the record contains a return receipt showing acceptance by the defendant or a return envelope showing refusal of the registered or certified mail by the defendant.
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The Clerk of District Court is responsible for maintaining the records and cases filed in the Fourth Judicial District Court, Johnson County, dating back to 1886.