Wyoming Chancery Court
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Frequently Asked Questions
Contact the Chancery Court via email (email@example.com) or phone (307-777-6565) during business hours (8 AM to 5 PM GMT).
The persons identified below may electronically file and serve documents once they have completed training, registered, agreed to terms and conditions, and passed an eFiling proficiency exam:
- Attorneys who are active members in good standing of the Wyoming State Bar.
- Eligible attorneys’ staff.
- Self-represented individuals.
Any eligible person intending to electronically file or serve a document in a Chancery Court proceeding must receiving training. This means that eFiling training is mandatory for the following persons:
- Licensed Wyoming attorneys who plan to appear in any Chancery Court matter.
- Support staff who plan to eFile documents on behalf of licensed Wyoming attorneys.
- Self-represented litigants who plan to participate in a Chancery Court matter.
Yes. Any licensed Wyoming attorney who plans to appear in a Chancery Court case must receive the training, even if legal staff will eFile all documents.
Yes. Any licensed Wyoming attorney who plans to appear in a Chancery Court case must receive the training, even if his or her co-counsel plans to eFile all receive eService of all documents.
Generally, no. Absent special permission from the Chancery Court, local counsel (not pro hac vice counsel) must eFile all documents.
Filers may satisfy the training requirement by either attending a live session or viewing a recorded training session. Both those who attend live sessions and those who view recorded training sessions must register, agree to the terms and conditions, and pass a proficiency exam before eFiling.