Wyoming law provides for different types of guardianships, and the laws can be a bit confusing. Some guardianships are temporary, while others are more permanent. Some guardians have limited authority for very specific purposes, such as taking a minor to the doctor or enrolling a minor in school. Determining which type of guardianship is right for your situation depends on a variety of factors.

Once a guardianship is in place the court requires a guardian to file reports at specific intervals. Our attorneys can help ensure that the necessary paperwork is drafted correctly and filed on time.