Wyoming Chancery and District Courts

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Wyoming Chancery & District Courts

File & ServeXpress is the mandated eFiling Service Provider for Wyoming Chancery Courts and Albany County District Courts. Fremont County District Court will be available beginning October 24th, 2022. Additional District Court counties are expected to go live on the FSX system in the coming months. 

Please visit the Chancery Court’s website or District Court’s website to view specific rules and orders.

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RESOURCES BY COURT

WYOMING CHANCERY
COURT

File & ServeXpress offers eFiling and eService for all case types in the Wyoming Chancery Court.

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To request a live training session, you can reach the FSX Training Team at fileandservetraining@fileandserve.com.

View a pre-recorded eFiling training session here

Is electronic filing and service mandatory in the Chancery Court?

Electronic filing and service in the Wyoming Chancery Court is mandatory through the File & ServeXpress (FSX) system.

Can I file both new case filings and existing case filings?

Yes, both New Cases and Subsequent filings will be accepted through the electronic filing and service provider (FSX).

Where can I find Rules & Procedures specific to eFiling in the WY State Chancery Court?

You may visit the Court’s website to download or review documents including the eFiling Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual, Order Adopting W.R.C.P. for Chancery Court, Order Adopting Rules for Fees and Costs, and Order Adopting Uniform Rules here.

Do I need an account to eFile my documents?

Yes, all Attorneys and Self-Represented litigants will need a File & Serve account to file your documents and to receive the filings in your cases. You can register your firm here.

How will I get file stamped copies of my Complaint?

After the filing is accepted, your documents will be available for download from the Court’s Register of Actions on File & ServeXpress.

How will I know my case number to access documents from the Court’s Register of Actions on File & ServeXpress?

After the Court accepts your electronically submitted documents, you will receive a receipt acknowledging your transaction with the new case number. You will be able to access your stamped documents through the transaction in your online Inbox, or by searching for the document on the online register of actions on File & ServeXpress.

Will File & ServeXpress store my documents or just send links via email?

File & ServeXpress stores all documents filed and served on its secure web-based application. We will send you an Accepted email notification by which you may log into FSX and retrieve your file-stamped documents. Access to the documents you file, or are served with, will not expire and will always be available on FSX.

How will I be able to pay statutory filing fees?

File & ServeXpress will advance statutory filing fees to court on your behalf the day after the court accepts your filing. FSX will then invoice your firm monthly.

Who should I contact if I have general questions about the Chancery Court’s schedules, policies, or procedures?

Contact the Chancery Court via email (chancery@courts.state.wy.us) or phone (307-777-6565) during business hours (8 AM to 5 PM GMT).

If I am having difficulties filing, where can I get assistance?

Please contact File & ServeXpress Client Support at 888-529-7587. Help is available 24/7.

Who is eligible to eFile?

The persons identified below may electronically file and serve documents once they have completed training, registered, agreed to terms and conditions, and passed an eFiling proficiency exam:

  • Attorneys who are active members in good standing of the Wyoming State Bar.
  • Eligible attorneys’ staff.
  • Self-represented individuals.

Who must receive the eFiling training?

Any eligible person intending to electronically file or serve a document in a Chancery Court proceeding must receiving training. This means that eFiling training is mandatory for the following persons:

  • Licensed Wyoming attorneys who plan to appear in any Chancery Court matter.
  • Support staff who plan to eFile documents on behalf of licensed Wyoming attorneys.
  • Self-represented litigants who plan to participate in a Chancery Court matter.

Must eligible attorneys receive the training if their staff will eFile all documents?

Yes. Any licensed Wyoming attorney who plans to appear in a Chancery Court case must receive the training, even if legal staff will eFile all documents.

Must an eligible attorney receive the training if his or her co-counsel plans to eFile and receive eService of all documents?

Yes. Any licensed Wyoming attorney who plans to appear in a Chancery Court case must receive the training, even if his or her co-counsel plans to eFile all receive eService of all documents.

Are attorneys admitted pro hac vice permitted to eFile?

Generally, no. Absent special permission from the Chancery Court, local counsel (not pro hac vice counsel) must eFile all documents.

Must I attend live-trainings or is it sufficient to view a recorded training session?

Filers may satisfy the training requirement by either attending a live session or viewing a recorded training session. Both those who attend live sessions and those who view recorded training sessions must register, agree to the terms and conditions, and pass a proficiency exam before eFiling.

How do I take the eFiling Proficiency Exam if I am a new user?

  1. Once your account is registered, the registration will be held in queue until the users have passed the WY eFiling Proficiency exam.
  2. Each user will receive a certification code when they pass the exam, and they will be emailed their username and password.
  3. Once they receive their credentials, they can log into the system and update their password*.

*Important Note: At least one Attorney in the firm must pass the exam for the account to have advanced features such as electronic filing and service and docket and document access. Until at least one attorney in the firm has passed the exam, the users will have limited access.

How do I take the eFiling Proficiency Exam if I have an existing account?

  1. If your account is already active in the system and you are an attorney, be sure to add your WY Bar ID in Preferences.
  2. Send an email to support@fileandserve.com and request to be added to the WY Proficiency Exam database and for the link to the exam to be emailed to you.
  3. Each user will receive a certification code when they pass the exam, and they will subsequently be allowed to eFile in WY Courts.

WYOMING DISTRICT
COURT

File & ServeXpress offers eFiling and eService for civil case types in the Albany County District Court. Fremont County District Court will be go live on the FSX system on October 24th, 2022. Additional case types and counties are expected to go live on the FSX system in the coming months.

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The Wyoming District Court requires all filers to pass an eFiling proficiency test before filing. Prepare for the test by registering for an upcoming eFiling training session here.

View a pre-recorded eFiling training session here.

What counties are available for eFiling on the FSX system?

Albany County District Court is available for eFiling and eService for all civil cases.

Fremont County District Court will go live on the FSX system on October 24th, 2022. 

When will other counties be available for eFiling?

Additional counties are expected to go live on the FSX system in the coming months.

Is electronic filing and service mandatory?

Electronic filing and service is mandatory through the File & ServeXpress (FSX) system.

Can I file both new case filings and existing case filings?

Yes, both New Cases and Subsequent filings will be accepted through the electronic filing and service provider (FSX).

Where can I find Rules & Procedures specific to eFiling in the WY State District Court?

You may visit the Court’s website to download the Order Adopting the Wyoming Rules for Electronic Filing and Service in District Court here.

Do I need an account to eFile my documents?

Yes, all Attorneys and Self-Represented litigants will need a File & Serve account to file your documents and to receive the filings in your cases. You can register your firm here.

How will I get file stamped copies of my Complaint?

After the filing is accepted, your documents will be available for download from the Court’s Register of Actions on File & ServeXpress.

How will I know my case number to access documents from the Court’s Register of Actions on File & ServeXpress?

After the Court accepts your electronically submitted documents, you will receive a receipt acknowledging your transaction with the new case number. You will be able to access your stamped documents through the transaction in your online Inbox, or by searching for the document on the online register of actions on File & ServeXpress.

Will File & ServeXpress store my documents or just send links via email?

File & ServeXpress stores all documents filed and served on its secure web-based application. We will send you an Accepted email notification by which you may log into FSX and retrieve your file-stamped documents. Access to the documents you file, or are served with, will not expire and will always be available on FSX.

How will I be able to pay statutory filing fees?

File & ServeXpress will advance statutory filing fees to court on your behalf the day after the court accepts your filing. FSX will then invoice your firm monthly.

Who should I contact if I have general questions about the District Court’s schedules, policies, or procedures?

Visit the District Court’s website to find the contact information for the Court you are filing into https://www.courts.state.wy.us/district-courts/district-court-locations/.

If I am having difficulties filing, where can I get assistance?

Please contact File & ServeXpress Client Support at 888-529-7587. Help is available 24/7.

Who is eligible to eFile?

The persons identified below may electronically file and serve documents once they have completed training, registered, agreed to terms and conditions, and passed an eFiling proficiency exam:

  • Attorneys who are active members in good standing of the Wyoming State Bar.
  • Eligible attorneys’ designated staff.

Who must receive the eFiling training?

Any eligible person intending to electronically file or serve a document in a District Court proceeding must receiving training. This means that eFiling training is mandatory for the following persons:

  • Licensed Wyoming attorneys who plan to appear in any District Court matter.
  • Support staff who plan to eFile documents on behalf of licensed Wyoming attorneys.

Must eligible attorneys receive the training if their staff will eFile all documents?

Yes. Any licensed Wyoming attorney who plans to appear in a District Court case must receive the training, even if legal staff will eFile all documents.

Must an eligible attorney receive the training if his or her co-counsel plans to eFile and receive eService of all documents?

Yes. Any licensed Wyoming attorney who plans to appear in a District Court case must receive the training, even if his or her co-counsel plans to eFile all receive eService of all documents.

Are attorneys admitted pro hac vice permitted to eFile?

Generally, no. Absent special permission from the District Court, local counsel (not pro hac vice counsel) must eFile all documents.

Must I attend live-trainings or is it sufficient to view a recorded training session?

Filers may satisfy the training requirement by either attending a live session or viewing a recorded training session. Both those who attend live sessions and those who view recorded training sessions must register, agree to the terms and conditions, and pass a proficiency exam before eFiling.

How do I take the eFiling Proficiency Exam if I am a new user?

  1. Once your account is registered, the registration will be held in queue until the users have passed the WY eFiling Proficiency exam.
  2. Each user will receive a certification code when they pass the exam, and they will be emailed their username and password.
  3. Once they receive their credentials, they can log into the system and update their password*.

*Important Note: At least one Attorney in the firm must pass the exam for the account to have advanced features such as electronic filing and service and docket and document access. Until at least one attorney in the firm has passed the exam, the users will have limited access.

How do I take the eFiling Proficiency Exam if I have an existing account?

  1. If your account is already active in the system and you are an attorney, be sure to add your WY Bar ID in Preferences.
  2. Send an email to support@fileandserve.com and request to be added to the WY Proficiency Exam database and for the link to the exam to be emailed to you.
  3. Each user will receive a certification code when they pass the exam, and they will subsequently be allowed to eFile in WY Courts.

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