2016 Wyoming Code
TITLE 1 - CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
SECTION 1-25-101 - Verified petition to be presented; information to be shown in petition; order of court making change; record to be made.
1-25-101. Verified petition to be presented; information to be shown in petition; order of court making change; record to be made.
Every person desiring to change his name may petition the district court of the county of the petitioner's residence for the desired change. The petition shall be verified by affidavit setting forth the petitioner's full name, the name desired, a concise statement of the reason for the desired change, the place of his birth, his place of residence and the length of time he has been an actual bona fide resident of the county in which the petition is filed. If the court is satisfied that the desired change is proper and not detrimental to the interests of any other person, it shall order the change to be made, and record the proceedings in the records of the court. In the event a confidentiality order has been entered pursuant to W.S. 35-21-112 or any other court order allowing a party to maintain confidentiality of addresses, city or state of residence or other information identifying the residence, the address, city or state of residence or other information identifying the residence of the party shall remain confidential.
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