Getting the right help. The best thing you can do if you have a legal problem is to talk with a lawyer. A lawyer can help with all or part of your case. Low-income individuals may qualify for free legal services.
Get the legal forms you need. Here is a full list of available legal forms. They address many legal issues, including family issues, finances, workplace, and housing.
Find what you need to help yourself. We realize that sometimes you cannot get help from a lawyer because you cannot afford one or you decide that you want to represent yourself. You can use this website to find out what you need to do if you are representing yourself.
Ask real lawyers questions.
Volunteer attorneys answer your legal questions for free online.
Learn your rights. Legal aid clinics and law nights are designed to provide you with information about your rights, or give you brief advice about your legal problem. These events are staffed by attorneys from your community who want to help you understand your situation.
Get free help filing your taxes.
The federal Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program can help you prepare and file your taxes. Most people qualify.
Sometimes you need more than just legal help. Community organizations across the state of Wyoming offer a range of services to support you when things get tough. We are working to build networks of support to help you with all aspects of your legal problem.