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Wyoming Child Support Information

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Amount currently collected via the Wyoming Child Support Enforcement Division

Total Arrearages Owed $165,757,490.00 Total Collected $18,306,500.001
11% of arrearages owed to Wyoming families was collected & distributed.
33% of Wyoming families do not receive their current child support.

Who is in charge of enforcing a child support order?

The Wyoming Child Support Enforcement Division is a part of the Wyoming Department of Family Services, Child & Home Support Division. The Child Support Enforcement Division utilizes contract and county field offices to provide the enforcement services.

Age of Emancipation

WS 14-1-101 states a child is considered emancipated when a child becomes 18 years of age, marries or joins the military. A support order will still be owing if the child is between the ages of 18 and 20 and still attending high school or its equivalent.

Statute of Limitations to enforce a child support order

WS 1-17-307 If execution on a judgment rendered in any court of record in WY is not issued within 5 years from the date of the judgment the judgment is considered dormant. According to WY law a child support payment as it becomes due and owing is considered a judgment.

WS 1-16-503 No action shall be brought to revive a judgment after 10 years after it becomes dormant, unless the party entitled to bring the action was a party in a child support proceeding, in which case the action shall be brought within 21 years.

Interest

WS 1-16-103 Any child support payment which is not paid within 32 calendar days from the date the payment becomes due is subject to an automatic late payment penalty in the amount of 10% of the amount due.
1 Data Source: Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement /Annual Reports & Statistics - FY 2013 Preliminary Report