Wyoming Eviction Process

Landlords initiate the eviction process in Wyoming by sending a notice to quit to the tenant. This document informs the tenant of the landlord's intention to evict for reasons such as the end of a month-to-month lease, nonpayment of rent, or noncompliance with the rental contract.

If the tenant doesn't respond to or comply with the notice's demands, you then file a forcible detainer action with the appropriate circuit court. Depending on your situation and the tenant's response, the eviction process may take three to four weeks.