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The fee is $50 per service even if both individuals are served at the same address providing there are two separate services. If the document is addressed to two parties separated by OR and only needs served to one of the individuals the fee is $50.
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The standard fee is $50 per service. Credit cards are not accepted. Cash or checks payable to Teton County Sheriff's Office are the only accepted forms of payment.
Yes. Payment must be made prior to the service being attempted. The Sheriff's Office does not invoice for paper service.
Teton County Sheriff's OfficeAttn: Civil ProcessP.O. Box 1885Jackson, WY 83001
Papers can be dropped off Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm, at the Teton County Sheriff's Office, located at 180 S Willow Street in Jackson.
Three attempts will be made on three separate days. If service is not made after three attempts the sheriff's office will make additional attempts with the approval of the person or business requesting service at a rate of $5 per additional attempt.
The summons, order, subpoena, execution, or other court document is processed by the court in which the matter will be heard. There should be a civil action number included on the court document. An original copy and a service copy should be provided along with a return of service. Special instructions should be listed on a cover sheet. Returns are sent directly to the court system. If you would like a copy of the return please provide an addressed envelope. As much information on the person being served as possible should be included with the paperwork. This includes a valid address to locate the subject, place of employment, telephone number, birth date, social security number, or any other identifying information.
The same process and fees apply.
The Sheriff's Office does not handle eviction notices. Forms can picked up from the Sheriff's Office or Circuit Court located at 180 S King Street, Jackson.
No, anyone over the age of 18 and not a party to the suit can serve papers.