In Wyoming, either spouse can request alimony as soon as the divorce process begins. However, requesting alimony doesn't guarantee an award and judges have broad discretion when deciding if it's appropriate in your case.
Engaged couples are often so transfixed by the excitement of their upcoming weddings and the prospect of married life, they fail to appreciate that marriage is a civil contract. But it is in the best interests of all engaged people to consider whether a prenuptial agreement would be a useful solution
Physical or emotional abuse has long-lasting effects for the abuser and the victim. When children are part of a family where abuse takes place, the stakes become even higher. Such abuse, also called “domestic violence,” may result in one parent losing custody or having limits placed upon the parent’s
Even when a relationship ends in a breakup or divorce, most couples realize that paying their children’s expenses is the right thing to do. Unfortunately, however, a sizeable number of parents fail or refuse to pay child support. This article will explain how child support is enforced in the State