Wyoming Legal Ages Laws
|Age of Majority||18 (§14-1-101)|
|Eligibility for Emancipation||Through marriage, military service, or at age 17 if living separate, apart from parents; parents consent to living arrangement; minor deemed capable of handling financial affairs; and income is lawfully derived (14-1-201, et seq.)|
|Contracts by Minors||Not specified|
|Minors' Ability to Sue||General guardian, committee, conservator; otherwise by next friend or guardian ad litem, (Wy Rule of Civil Proc. 17(c))|
|Minors' Consent to Medical Treatment||Yes if married, military, guardian can't be located, or living apart and self-supporting or is emancipated (14-1-101)|
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