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2022 Wyoming Statutes
Title 2 - Wills, Decedents' Estates and Probate Code
Chapter 8 - Reopening Estates
Section 2-8-103 - Proceedings Upon Hearing; Supplemental Orders or Decrees.
Universal Citation: WY Stat § 2-8-103 (2022)
2-8-103. Proceedings upon hearing; supplemental orders or decrees.
Upon hearing the petition, if due cause is shown, the court may reopen the estate and administer any after-discovered property and make any necessary orders correcting descriptions as to the estate administered therein. No proceedings shall be taken by the court after the reopening of an estate except as necessary to administer after-discovered property or to correct errors made in the description of the estate previously administered. Any orders or decrees of the court made necessary by the reopening of the estate shall be designated as supplemental orders or decrees.
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