COVID-19 Updates & Important Information

As the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to increase with each passing day, Day & Night Process Serving is working diligently to provide crucial information and updates as they come down the line. We have partnered with attorney Bruce Asay and ALG Law to ensure we are offering the best information and providing our valued clients and landlords with viable options for protecting your real property investments and maintaining your financial stability until we can return to a state of normalcy.

Below you will find some valuable resources to assist you with; a rental deferral for any tenants requesting relief due to lay offs or having been financially affected by the corona virus. Links for federal grants to assist you with mortgage payments and other types of grants, loans, mortgage forbearance, etc. Contact your financial institution or lender to discuss forbearance and other options being offered at this time. 

If you have any questions or need additional information please contact Day & Night directly. If you have legal questions or need assistance with an eviction, please contact ALG Law as they have implemented a court approved process for obtaining an eviction before the August 3rd (postponed from May 31st) date passed down by the Supreme Court.

Please check back frequently for new updates and resources. We will update our clients as we receive new information.

We are doing everything we can to support our community and protect our Landlords and property owners. Everyone stay well and stay informed.

UPDATE JUNE 3, 2020: The Laramie County Circuit Court has formulated a new process to allow for in person hearings once again.

Beginning JUNE 15TH, 2020 they will "require Plaintiff to submit an affidavit swearing the matter falls outside of the CARES act." This means all federally funded or subsidized Landlords will still be required to comply with the CARES act and their own regulations set forth by their organization. For all privately owned, non-subsidized property owners & Landlords, you will be able to post your Notice to Quit in accordance with Wyoming Statute, no longer requiring a tenant's consent to the telephone hearing.

Day & Night is now back to posting the NTQ and Landlords/Attorneys can begin filing FEDs for in person hearings beginning June 15th. Important information:

You CAN file an FED for non-payment of rents!

The Defendant/tenant and the Landlords will still be given the option to appear by phone or in person. If you'd like to appear by phone.

COVID 19 Links Below:

The Small Business Owner's Guide to the CARES Act:

The CARES Act:

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