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How do i file a motion to vacate default judgement in the

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How do i file a motion to vacate default judgement in the state of Wyoming?is it possible to.file a motion to be present from another state?
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  David Stewart replied 2 months ago.

Hello: yes, it is possible to file a motion to vacate from another state. For this motion, you will want to mail it in and make sure you give reasons for your not appearing for the case. You will need to appear for the hearing, but prepare the motion and mail it in and mail a copy to the attorney that filed the case. If the default judgement was filed a long time ago you may be too late but it is worth trying. Google "motion to vacate default judgement" to get examples. All the best, David

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