Nationwide Legal Process Service
Serving you since 2001

Wyoming Process Server

Need a process server in Wyoming?
Call us now. 855.909.3737
Nationwide Legal Process Service provides Wyoming with reliable service of process and legal processing services. Our process servers can provide same-day, rush and standard delivery of legal documents for law firms, corporate legal departments and legal support firms.

Call
855.909.3737 to have a process server deliver your documents in an efficient and timely manner or if you would like a price quote.

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Counties
Albany
Big Horn
Campbell
Carbon
Converse
Crook
Fremont
Goshen
Hot Springs
Johnson
Laramie
Lincoln
Natrona
Niobrara
Park
Platte
Sheridan
Sublette
Sweetwater
Teton
Uinta
Washakie
Weston


Cities
Afton
Aladdin
Albin
Alcova
Alpine
Alta
Alva
Arapahoe
Arminto
Arvada
Auburn
Baggs
Bairoil
Banner
Basin
Bedford
Beulah
Big Horn
Big Piney
Bondurant
Bosler
Boulder
Buffalo
Buford
Burlington
Burns
Byron
Carlile
Carpenter
Casper
Centennial
Cheyenne
Chugwater
Clearmont
Cody
Cokeville
Cora
Cowley
Crowheart
Daniel
Dayton
Deaver
Devils Tower
Diamondville
Dixon
Douglas
Dubois
Edgerton
Elk Mountain
Emblem
Encampment
Etna
Evanston
Evansville
Fairview
Farson
FE Warren AFB
Fort Bridger
Fort Laramie
Fort Washakie
Four Corners
Frannie
Freedom
Frontier
Garrett
Gillette
Glendo
Glenrock
Granger
Granite Canon
Green River
Greybull
Grover
Guernsey
Hanna
Hartville
Hawk Springs
Hiland
Hillsdale
Horse Creek
Hudson
Hulett
Huntley
Hyattville
Jackson
Jay Em
Jeffrey City
Jelm
Kaycee
Kelly
Kemmerer
Kinnear
Kirby
La Barge
Lagrange
Lance Creek
Lander
Laramie
Leiter
Linch
Lingle
Little America
Lonetree
Lost Springs
Lovell
Lusk
Lyman
Lysite
Manderson
Manville
Mc Kinnon
Medicine Bow
Meeteetse
Meriden
Midwest
Mills
Moorcroft
Moose
Moran
Mountain View
Natrona
Newcastle
Opal
Osage
Otto
Parkman
Pavillion
Pine Bluffs
Pinedale
Point of Rocks
Powder River
Powell
Ralston
Ranchester
Rawlins
Recluse
Reliance
Riverton
Robertson
Rock River
Rock Springs
Rozet
Saddlestring
Saint Stephens
Saratoga
Savery
Shawnee
Shell
Sheridan
Shirley Basin
Shoshoni
Sinclair
Smoot
Story
Sundance
Superior
Ten Sleep
Teton Village
Thayne
Thermopolis
Tie Siding
Torrington
Upton
Van Tassell
Veteran
Walcott
Wamsutter
Wapiti
Weston
Wheatland
Wilson
Wolf
Worland
Wright
Wyarno
Yellowstone National Park
Yoder

Process Serving and Legal Support Services

At Nationwide Legal Process Service, our process servers are highly skilled, trained and insured. Our service of process agents have the knowledge and experience to offer you the following legal support and attorney services.

Process Serving: click to see types of process serving options
Court Services: click to see court services
Process Server Definitions and FAQs: click to learn more about process serving

Process Serving
  • Regular Service - first attempt made within 48-72 hours
  • Rush Service - first attempt made within 24 hours
  • Priority Service - first attempt made upon receipt
  • Same-Day Service - documents are picked up and delivered that day
  • Also available: unlimited attempts and notarized proof of service
  • Types of Service of Process include subpoenas, summons, evictions
Court Services
  • Court Filings
  • Document Retrieval
  • Document Filing
  • Records Research
  • Records Retrieval
  • Foreclosure Sales
  • County Court
  • Circuit Court
  • Criminal Court
  • Federal Court
  • Bankruptcy Court
Process Server Definitions and FAQs

Should I hire a process server or sheriff?
Where can defendants be served?
What is a process server?


Should I hire a process server or sheriff?
For the best service of process, lawyers, firms, businesses, and private individuals should hire a process server rather than a sheriff. Process servers are professionals solely dedicated to successfully serving individuals. Process servers' success rate, speed, and costs are all better than sheriff's.

Where can defendants be served?
Where you are serving papers depends on which state the papers are being served in or are coming from. This is also an important reason why you need a process server. In most states, you can serve anyone anywhere at any time. In some states like Virginia, Florida, and others, you cannot serve someone at their residence on Sundays, nor can you serve them when they are traveling to and from a court of law. Some states don't allow serves to occur on holidays. Please check the laws in your state or consult with a professional process server.

What is a process server?
Process servers serve individuals or parties involved in a lawsuit or legal case with the relevant paperwork, such as subpoenas or summons. Process service is an integral part of our judicial system and due process by ensuring that parties are aware of any legal actions that concern them or their business.