Most foreclosures in Wyoming take place out of court (called nonjudicial foreclosures). But that doesn't mean you aren't entitled to certain notices. If you are facing foreclosure in Wyoming, it pays to learn about the process. If the foreclosure does go through and the sale price doesn't cover the loan balance, you may be on the hook for a deficiency. Below you can learn about key features of Wyoming foreclosure law, what "deficiency" means in Wyoming, and what help might be available to you.
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