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Diane Sanchez, Clerk of District Court
To facilitate the judicial process by accurately and effectively prioritizing, processing, and managing the case files and court records thereby providing reliable information and services to all of those who need it in a timely manner.
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Child Support Office
309 W 20th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001
P.O. Box 787
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday – Friday
The Clerk of District Court is responsible for maintaining the records of all cases filed in the First Judicial District Court dating back to 1890. The Clerk has many duties which include the processing of cases and court ordered payments, as well as the administration of appeals from this court to the Wyoming Supreme Court, and setting up and monitoring all jury trials in the First Judicial District.
Our cases consist of: Civil matters over $50,000 (Judgments, Divorces, Torts, Adoptions, etc.) Criminal Felonies, Juvenile Crimes and Neglect and also Children in Need of Supervision, Paternity and Child Support Enforcement Cases, Probate Matters such as Estates or Involuntary Commitments.
We collect non–child support fees such as Criminal Fines, Criminal Bonds, and Restitution. Alimony is distributed through the Clerk of Court Office.
All Child Support payments should be directed to:
State Distribution Unit (SDU)
2300 Capitol Ave., 5th Floor, Suite A
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone (307) 777-5300
Fax (307) 777-5301
TOLL FREE in WYOMING 1-888-570-9914
For information regarding credit card payments please contact the SDU.
Cell phones are NOT allowed upstairs in the courthouse so please leave them at home or in your car