Wyoming Bankruptcy Courts (WY)

Information about Wyoming courts, bankruptcy jurisdiction by county, and filing requirements

When filing with the Wyoming courts, previous opinions issued in prior cases are considered precedent. In practice, once a disputed application of law is resolved, latter courts are bound (through the theory of stare decisis) to honor previous decision through consistent application. Decisions rendered by courts of first impression are binding, just as opinions issued by appellate courts and the US Supreme court. All people may review prior decisions of the Wyoming courts free of charge.

Questions and Wyoming Bankruptcy Court Help:

Wyoming Bankruptcy Court Divisions: Casper and Cheyenne.

When contacting the Wyoming courts, be aware that federal immunity prevents citizens from holding courts and their personnel responsible for errors, omissions and negligence in providing accurate information. Each person relying on documents obtained through the clerks office is responsible for verifying accuracy, and must assume full responsibility for any subsequent use.