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Related Wyoming Rules

The cites to the Wyoming Statutes for the corresponding proceedings/issues are listed below. You can find the current state statutes on the Wyoming Legislature's Website.

GAL Program Rules & Regulations


Department of Family Services Rules & Regulations
The Department of Family Services Rules govern all DFS employee actions and requirements in many areas, including juvenile court. These Rules, along with DFS Policies will describe the responsibilities of the caseworkers in juvenile court proceedings where GAL Program GALs are appointed.

Rules of the Supreme Court of Wyoming


Wyoming Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Court


Grounds for Termination of Parental Rights, Wyoming Statute §14-2-309


More Wyoming State Statutes:GAL Program Rules & Regulations

The Wyoming GAL Program Rules & Regulations were adopted December 4, 2008. These rules govern the principles and standards of how the Wyoming GAL Program operates and functions. From the authority to implement standards and host training, to the process by which GALs are appointed and compensated for their time. 

 

Department of Family Services Rules & Regulations

The Department of Family Services Rules govern all DFS employee actions and requirements in many areas, including in juvenile court, what's relevant to GAL work.  These rules, along with DFS policies, will describe the responsibilities of the caseworkers in your cases.

 

Rules of the Supreme Court of Wyoming

These rules set forth the requirements for GAL appeals and oral arguments.

Wyoming Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Court

The Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Court govern the practice and procedure in the trial courts for all juvenile court actions and shall apply to juvenile proceedings pursuant to W.R.E. 1101(b)

 

Wyoming Rules of Appellate Procedure

Effective January 6, 2003, all appeals, reviews pursuant to Rule 12, certifications under Rules 11 or 12, and petitions for review shall be governed by these rules. 

 

Wyoming Rules of Appellate Procedure

Effective January 6, 2003, all appeals, reviews pursuant to Rule 12, certifications under Rules 11 or 12, and petitions for review shall be governed by these rules. 

 

Wyoming Rules of Civil Procedure

These rules, which became effective on July 1, 2010, govern procedure in all courts of record in the State of Wyoming, in all actions, suits or proceedings of a civil nature and in all special statutory proceedings except as provided in Rule 81. They shall be construed and administered to secure the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action. 

 

Wyoming Rules of Evidence

These rules govern proceedings in the courts of this state to the extent and with the exceptions stated in Rule 1101 and shall be construed to secure fairness in administration, elimination of the unjustifiable expense and delay, and promotion of growth and development of the law of evidence to the end that the truth may be ascertained and proceedings justly determined.

 

Wyoming Rules Governing Teen Courts

These rules, Effective December 2, 2002, set forth the guidelines by which an individual may request a teen court.

 

Uniform Rules for District Courts of the State of Wyoming

These rules set for procedural requirements for the district courts, which apply to juvenile court cases before the district court judges.