Businesses in Wyoming face numerous issues including deciding what structure works best to meet their long-term goals. Whether you’re considering a partnership, corporation, Wyoming Close LLC or a standard LLC we can help.
If you are arrested for any crime in Wyoming, you could be facing jail time and steep fines. You should never take any criminal charges lightly as they can have an impact on your ability to secure future employment and even housing.
More than 200 complaints of discrimination were received by the Wyoming Labor Standards Division during 2014. Nearly one-half of the complaints pertained to gender discrimination and nearly one-third pertained to discrimination based on age.
When a marriage is failing, couples often consider divorce. Under Wyoming law, the person who files must live in the county of the filing for no less than 60 days. In addition, there is a 20 day waiting period after the filing.
When you or a loved one suffers an avoidable injury because of negligence, you have the right to file a civil lawsuit within four years of the injury occurring. Because of Wyoming’s modified comparative negligence rule, you may be unable to file a claim.
Some estates require additional planning including those where you are involved in a business, when you have multiple properties or when you have significant assets. You need to protect your assets while you are alive and ensure they are protected for your heirs after your death.