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Wyoming counties usually began recording divorces soon after the county was organized. Divorce proceedings are usually kept by the local Clerk of the District Court. This office has divorce records from the earliest entries to the present. Although the divorce records are interfiled with other civil court records, most counties have indexes to their divorce records.
Statewide registration of divorces began in May 1941. After that date, the clerk of the district court sent duplicates or abstracts of local divorce records to the Vital Records Services.
The Family History Library has not acquired copies of Wyoming divorce records from the state office or from the local district courts.
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