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Wyoming Statutes Title 3. Guardian and Ward § 3-1-103. Venue

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(a) The venue for a guardianship proceeding is in the place where the minor, incompetent person or mental incompetent resides or is present.  If a mentally incompetent person is admitted to an institution pursuant to order of a court of competent jurisdiction, venue is also in the county in which that court sits.

(b) The venue for a conservatorship proceeding is in the county where the ward resides, whether or not a guardian has been appointed in another place.  If the ward does not reside in this state then venue is in any county where the ward has property.

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