Other Resources

    Equal Justice Wyoming (Website)

    Wyoming's statewide website for legal assistance and information.


    Income Restrictions: None


    Cost: Free

    Wyoming Judicial Branch (Court Self-Help Forms)

    The Supreme Court provides various Family Law, Garnishment, Protection Order, Small Claims, and other forms to help users represent themselves in court.


    Income Restrictions: None


    Cost: Free

    Wyoming Legal Aid Events

    Calendar of free events throughout Wyoming.


    Please note: Advice at legal aid clinics is limited to non-criminal matters, such as family law; probate, such as wills or advance directives; real property; landlord/tenant; public benefits; federal tax issues; and consumer/debt issues.


    Income Restrictions: May apply depending on the event.


    Cost: Free

    Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

    The Coalition represents victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking with priority given to low-income victims.


    Income Restrictions: May apply. Contact for details.


    Cost: Free

    Teton County Access to Justice Center

    Self-help legal resource center offering reference assistance in legal resources 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday in downtown Jackson, Wyoming.


    Income Restrictions: Household income cannot be greater than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. Use calculator


    Cost: Free

    University of Wyoming College of Law Legal Clinics


    Income Restrictions: Household income cannot be greater than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. Use calculator


    Cost: Free

    Wyoming Free Legal Answers

    You can submit legal questions and get a response from a volunteer Wyoming lawyer.


    Income Restrictions: Household income cannot be greater than 250% of the Federal Poverty Level. Use calculator


    Cost: Free

    Wyoming Children's Law Center

    Provides legal services to protect children’s safety and well-being by working with families, schools, and the courts.

    Income Restrictions: Household income cannot be greater than $250,000 per year.

    Cost: Free or reduced rates based on income.

    Wyoming State Bar Modest Means Program

    Provides low-cost legal assistance to individuals who do not qualify for free legal services, but cannot afford the expertise of lawyers at the standard rate.


    Income Restrictions: Household income must be between 200% - 300% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Use calculator


    Cost: Participating lawyers agree to charge no more than $75 an hour and no more than a $500 retainer (if necessary). Filing fees and other out-of-pocket costs are paid by the client.

    Wyoming State Bar Lawyer Referral Directory

    The directory will help you find a lawyer for your specific legal issue.


    Income Restrictions: None


    Cost: The lawyers do charge for their services. Contact the lawyers listed in the directory for their specific rates.

  • Federal Poverty Level Calculator

    You'll enter your income and the number of people in your household.

    It will calculate your income as a % of the Federal Poverty Level.

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