January 18, 2021
The Wyoming Chancery Court officially opened on December 1, 2021 and will receive all of their filings electronically through, File & ServeXpress (FSX).
The Wyoming Chancery Court is a new state court which aims to provide a forum for streamlined resolution of commercial, business, and trust cases. The new court is intended to resolve cases on an expedited schedule, assisted by File & Serve’s easy-to-use interface and efficient, time-saving functionality.
The Law Firm, Hathaway & Kunz, LLP, was the first eFiler in the Wyoming Chancery Court, using File & Serve. Candace Hough, a Legal Assistant at Hathaway & Kunz, says of the experience eFiling with FSX:
“We’re excited to start filing into the Chancery Court and having a platform like File & ServeXpress makes our jobs a lot easier. So far, we’ve had a great experience and the Chancery Court Clerk has been extremely helpful. We are hopeful that all Wyoming District Courts will utilize File & ServeXpress for electronic filing in the near future. The app is efficient and easy to use for everyone in our organization, so we can spend less time on paperwork and more time on what matters. There’s a lot of work to be done now that the Chancery Court is open, and I’m sure File & ServeXpress will play a big part in getting a lot of cases efficiently moving through the Chancery Court system.”
Tammy Carter, CEO of File & ServeXpress, says of the development:
“We are very excited to be an integral part of this new court system. Our goal at FSX has always been to implement user friendly technology to help legal professionals and courts work more efficiently. We are confident that our role in the Wyoming Chancery Court will do just that.”
More information on how to register with FSX and pass the eFiling proficiency test for Wyoming is available on their website at www.fileandservexpress.com/Wyoming-resources.