2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 2 - Wills, Decedents' Estates and Probate Code
Chapter 9 - Proceedings to Establish Title Without Administration
Article 2 - Determination of Heirship
Section 2-9-203 - Application by Petition Two Years After Death; Hearing; Determination and Decree.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 2-9-203 (2019)

2-9-203. Application by petition two years after death; hearing; determination and decree.

Upon hearing, if it appears to the court that more than two (2) years have elapsed since the death of the deceased, that he died seized of an interest in lands in this state or that he died intestate having entered government lands and not having received a patent therefor, and there has been no previous record judicial determination of the decedent's heirs or the right of descent of the real property interest, the court shall determine the date of the decedent's death, who were the heirs of the deceased upon the date of death, their degree of kinship and the right of descent of the real property or interest therein of which the deceased died seized or on which he had made an entry but had not yet received a patent therefor, and shall make and enter its decree accordingly.

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