What kinds of cases can Teton County Access to Justice Center help with?

The Teton County Access to Justice Center can provide legal representation in the following matters:

  • Family law: domestic violence, divorce, custody, guardianship and others;
  • Consumer/debt problems, including bankruptcy, garnishment, collection, repossession and others;
  • Housing law, including foreclosures, evictions, landlord/tenant issues and others;
  • Problems with programs like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, SSI, and other government benefits;
  • Real estate, deeds & title questions, property transfers, zoning issues
  • Wills, living wills, trusts, power of attorney

The Teton County Access to Justice Center cannot provide legal representation in the following matters:

  • Cases seeking tort damages
  • Criminal defense
  • Cases against public agencies or political subdivisions seeking to change existing rules, regulations and policies
  • Appeals
  • Federal court cases
  • Immigration issues

Consumer, small claims, employment, housing & family law


Sublette County clinics are available in Pinedale. Please call to schedule a clinic.

Self Help and Law Library

Wyoming Legal Aid Resources

Equal Justice Wyoming

Wyoming Legal Aid

Wyoming Legal Aid Hotline

Family Law Pro Se Forms

Wyoming State Bar

Wyoming State Bar Attorney Referral Service

Self Help Resources on civil legal topics

Law Library

The Teton County Law Library is a public library, and has a vast collection of legal reference material and free access to WestLaw online legal database.

It is open Mondays-Fridays from 9 am to 5 pm and is located in the lower level of 185 S. Willow, Jackson, Wyoming.