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Important information about filing an adoption in Wyoming.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN WYOMING: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their Wyoming step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
Completing a stepparent adoption in Wyoming doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
Adopt your step child in Wyoming. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in Wyoming.

Wyoming step parent adoption

Wyoming stepson and stepdaughter adoption.

Helping the entire State of Wyoming in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in Wyoming and recommended by court clerks.
We help families in every city of Wyoming, including: Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Green River, Evanston, Riverton, Jackson, Cody, Rawlins, Lander, Douglas, Powell, Torrington, Worland, Buffalo, Newcastle, Wheatland, and every other city in Wyoming.

Important information about filing an adoption in Wyoming.

A stepparent adoption in Wyoming can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in Wyoming can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In Wyoming, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
We have listed the address for some of the Wyoming Courts below.

Wyoming Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.
The adoption is fairly simple:
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

Do it yourself step parent adoption in Wyoming


Here is the information for all of the courts in Wyoming that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.


Laramie County District Court: 309 W. 20th Street, Room 3205, Cheyenne, WY 82003-0787 Phone: 307.633.4270 Fax: 307.633.4277


Albany County District Court: Albany County Courthouse, 525 Grand Avenue, Suite 305, Laramie, WY 82070 Phone: 307.721.2508


Sweetwater County District Court: Sweetwater County Courthouse, 80 West Flaming Gorge, Green River, WY 82935 Phone: 307.872.6448 Fax: 307.872.6439

Uinta County District Court: Uinta County Complex, 225 9th Street, Evanston, WY 82930 Phone: 307.783.0456 Fax: 307.783.0400

Johnson County District Court: Johnson County Courthouse, 76 North Main Street, Buffalo, WY 82834 Phone: 307.684.7271 Fax: 307.684.5146

Natrona County District Court: Natrona County Courthouse, 200 North Center, Casper, WY 82601 Phone: 307.235.9243 Fax: 307.235.9493

Campbell County District Court: Campbell Co. Courthouse, 500 S. Gillette Avenue, Ste. 2600, Gillette, WY 82716 Phone: 307.682.3424 Fax: 307.687.6209

Crook County District Court: Crook County Courthouse, 309 Cleveland, Sundance, WY 82729 Phone: 307.283.2523 Fax: 307.283.2996

Carbon County District Court: 415 West Pine Street, Rawlins, WY 82301 Phone: 307.328.2628 Fax: 307.328.2629


Washington County Family Court: 4800 Tower Hill Road, Suite 196, Wakefield, RI 02879 Phone: (401) 782-4111


Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in Wyoming are approximately $200.

Step Parent Adoption in Wyoming We help families throughout Wyoming complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Green River, Evanston, Riverton, Jackson, Cody, Rawlins, Lander, Douglas, Powell, Torrington, Worland, Buffalo, Newcastle, Wheatland, and all the other cities in Wyoming.

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