Wyoming District Courts will use an electronic filing (eFiling) system hosted by File & ServeXpress. Currently, filers will not be required to use eFiling. The implementation in the district courts will be staggered, meaning that not all courts will have eFiling available at the same time.

District Courts with eFiling

  • Albany County
  • Fremont County
  • Laramie County
  • Natrona County

You can learn more about the electronic filing system by visiting the File & ServeXpress Wyoming Resources Page.

eFiling Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The District Court will use an electronic filing system provided by File & Serve Xpress (FSX). Electronic filings through this system will be governed by the Wyoming Rules for Electronic Filing and Service in District Court.

The persons identified below may electronically file and serve documents once they have completed training, registered, agreed to terms and conditions, and passed an eFiling proficiency exam:

  • Attorneys who are active members in good standing of the Wyoming State Bar.
  • Eligible attorneys’ staff.

Any eligible person intending to electronically file or serve a document in a District Court.

Filers may satisfy the training requirement by either attending a live session or viewing a recorded training session. Both those who attend live sessions and those who view recorded training sessions must register, agree to the terms and conditions, and pass a proficiency exam before eFiling.

Filers will need FSX accounts to file documents and receive filings in District Court cases. You can register an account here. A registration guide and instructional video is available on FSX’s website.

If you have trouble eFiling, please contact FSX at 888.529.7587. Help is available 24/7.

There are no additional fees to eFile documents.