Wyoming Bankruptcy Law (WY)
Filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 in Wyoming is a culmination of state and federal laws
In the most basic sense, filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 in Wyoming is a culmination of state and federal laws. Most laws are an organic concept that take life in application, through the unique facts and circumstances found in each case. All debtors are different. All debtors present varied financial histories, property, claims and needs. The application of Wyoming law is a necessary step for conclusion of all cases.
Disputed liabilities often cause filing. Lease disputes, property claims, eviction and foreclosure are central to many cases. Each of these procedures is determined according to applicable standards established by the legislature, and to a smaller degree, through clarification provided by judicial options. Personal injury claims, divorce rights and child support payments are all items affecting the estate and must be properly presented to the court in forms and schedules.