Wyoming Statutes Title 14. Children § 14-1-201. Definitions

(a) As used in this article:

(i) “Emancipation” means conferral of certain rights of majority upon a minor as provided under this article and includes a minor who:

(A) Is or was married;

(B) Is in the military service of the United States;  or

(C) Has received a declaration of emancipation pursuant to W.S. 14-1-203 .

(ii) “Minor” means an individual under the age of majority defined by W.S. 14-1-101(a) ;

(iii) “Parent” means the legal guardian or custodian of the minor, his natural parent or if the minor has been legally adopted, the adoptive parent;

(iv) “This act” means W.S. 14-1-201 through 14-1-206 .


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