Court Ordered Payments
This office accepts court order payments as directed by the order such as child support, fines and restitution, garnishments and Guardian Ad Litem fees.
AT THIS TIME WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARD, DEBIT CARD OR OUT-OF-STATE CHECK PAYMENTS.
ALL PAYMENTS SHOULD BE MAILED TO:Clerk of District Court
PO Box 818
Torrington, WY 82240
You must include your name and case number on your form of payment. If you do not know your case number, please call us at (307) 532-2155 and we will be happy to provide that information to you.
If you mail you payment to this office and would like a receipt returned to you, you MUST enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Unless specifically court ordered, all payments should be paid through the office of the Clerk of District Court. Forms of payment accepted for Child Support are local personal check, certified check, money order or cash. We do not accept credit cards, debit cards or out-of-state checks for child support. Child support payments are processed and paid out daily. If you are receiving child support, you have options as to how you receive your payment (check, direct deposit, reliacard). You MUST keep the Clerk of District Court Office informed of your current address.
Fines & Restitution
Individuals who are sentenced by this court on criminal charges will be ordered to make fine and restitution payments through this office. Restitution and fine payments are normally processed within one working day of receipt. Forms of payment accepted for fines and restitution are certified check, money order or cash. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS FOR CRIMINAL PAYMENTS.
Payments for garnishments are accepted from banks, credit unions and employers. Monies collected on writs of garnishment will be held for ten days before the funds are sent to the garnishor.
Guardian ad Litem Fees
The court may order the parties in a custody or paternity cases to pay the fees of a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem (GAL). The order may state that these fees are to be deposited with the Clerk of District Court. These fees are deposited in a non interest-bearing account, and fees are paid when a statement of costs is received from the GAL. Funds which remain in the account after the GAL has been paid will be refunded to the paying parties. If the GAL costs and fees exceed the amount in the account, the court will order the parties to pay the balance.