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Wyoming Divorce Support


Divorce support is settled by the court but only if there is no pre nuptial agreement between the spouses regarding the support issues. If there is an agreement regarding the spousal support, child support and distribution of property then the spouses are bound to abide by that agreement. Even if there is no such agreement the court always encourages the parties to come to an amicable settlement regarding the support issues. If that attempt also fails the court decides on the divorce support according to the state statutes. In the state of Wyoming as well the Wyoming divorce support is decided by the court as per the state regulations and on the basis of the circumstantial evidences provided by the parties in the court.

Wyoming spousal support In the state of Wyoming spousal support is settled by the court according to the Wyoming Statutes - Title 20 - Chapters: 20-2-114. Spousal support is given by one spouse to the other either permanently or for a specific period of time. The court can also order for an interim support to be paid during the time of the divorce process and that is called the pendente lite. The type of the support and the amount of the support is decided by the court after considering different aspects that give fair idea of the requirement and resources of the parties involved. In the state of Wyoming the court can order either of the spouse to pay support to the other from the income of the estate and real estate properties.

Wyoming child support In Wyoming child support is decided by the court according to the Wyoming Statutes - Title 20 - Chapters: 20-2-104, 20-2-107 and 20-2-303 through 20-2-308. In Wyoming child support is settled as per the Income Shares Model. In this method the required child support is decided as per the set guideline and the worksheet available at the court. Then that required amount is divided between the parents according to their income and these two amounts are compared with each other to decide who will pay for the child support. While deciding on the amount of the child support the considers the following factors.

  • Number of minor children and their age.
  • Expenses towards the care of the child.
  • Expenses for the education and treatment of the child.
  • Cost of life and health insurance of the child.
  • If there is any special need of the child.
  • Income of the parents.

Property division in Wyoming divorce support In the state of Wyoming the distribution of property is done by the court according to the Wyoming Statutes - Title 20 - Chapters: 20-2-114. Being an "equitable distribution" state, all the marital properties in this state are divided by the court equitably by the court. The properties are not equally divided by they are distributed in manner that is found suitable by the court on the basis of the financial resources of the parties.

Once the Wyoming divorce support are settled by the court the parties are bound to follow the order and if there is any fault on the side of either of the spouses the court has the right to modify the orders in future.


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