Seventh District Court

2013-02-01T00:00:00Z Seventh District Court Casper Star-Tribune Online
February 01, 2013 12:00 am

New Civil Cases Filed

*April R. Amsden-Fenenbock v. Daniel B. Fenenbock, UIFSA

*Suntrust Bank v. Wayne Bornblatt, collections

*Nicole Daniels, name from Natheon J. Hall, name to Nathan J. Hall, change of name

*Jennifer S. Gibbins v. Derek W. Gibbins, divorce (no children)

*Matthew S. Huynh v. Starla R. Huynh, registration of foreign order

*Melissa L. Dossett v. Richard L. Parker, UIFSA

*Wyoming DFS and Vicky R. Kelly v. Bobby D. Gregg, child support

*Nebraska, one minor, and Teresa J. Weidner v. Raymond F. Kalkofen, registration of foreign order

*Jenny Manning v. Matthew Lamotte, registration of foreign order

*Kalia M. Kiess v. Steven J. Kiess, UIFSA

*Joan Goodale v. Stephen Ledbetter, divorce (no children)

*Carol Malson v. Michael Malson, divorce (with children)

*Jeanne Jessica Lewan, regarding one minor, termination of parental rights

*Cody Eileen McVay v. Jerry Allen Barker Jr., divorce (no children)

*Mark Shannon Wood v. Deborah Ann Wood, divorce (no children)

*Accelerated Receivables Solutions v. Victoria Lynn Heinrich, collections

*Accelerated Receivables Solutions v. Roxane Arlene Hagen, collections

*Kesha Kastenschmidt v. Gordon Michael Kastenschmidt, divorce (with children)

*Melissa J. Stamper v. Theodore H. Stamper, divorce (no children)

*Name from Carla Jane Butler, name to Carla Jane Blatchford, change of name

 

Civil Dismissals Granted

*Christopher L. Rislov and Rick Miller v. Bradley A. Smith and Albert Jordan, dismissed

*Office of Recovery Services and Maria Mejia v. Alberto Mejia, registration of foreign support order and interstate transmittal filed 11/28/2012 is dismissed

*Discover Bank v. Anita K. Schroeder, dismissed

 

Civil Judgments Granted

*Calista Rae Dunkerley v. John Paul Dunkerley, divorce/annulment, child support is modified, updated cumulative judgment entered against respondent

*California Stanislaus County v. Jack J. Ainsworth, UIFSA, judgment entered against obligor

*Curtis A. Sides v. Wyoming Department of Transportation, judicial review, order upholding implied consent suspension of the OAH dated 10/27/2011 is affirmed

*Matthew S. Huynh v. Starla R. Huynh, registration of foreign order, divorce granted, respondent to pay child support

*Nebraska, one minor, and Teresa J. Weidner v. Raymond F. Kalkofen, registration of foreign order, defendant to pay child support, judgment entered against defendant and in favor of plaintiff

*Jenny Manning v. Matthew Lamotte, registration of foreign order, child support modified, defendant to pay child support

*Wyoming DFS and two minors v. James E. Casteel and Kristine M. Neumann, family matters, judgment entered against respondent

*Brianna Fisher v. Cory Fowler, regarding one minor, URESA/paternity, judgment entered against obligor

*Crystal M. Cornell v. Jeremy A. Moore, regarding one minor, paternity/UIFSA, obligor to pay child support

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Brittany D. Smith and Phillip A. Houser, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Melissa D. Asbridge and Keith S. Kuder, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and two minors v. Jennifer J. Curtis and Christopher R. Ford, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and two minors v. Stephanie K. Turner and Tuney C. Turner, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Janell R. Day and Randy Rivera, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Collection Center v. Derek Leo Wingerter, judgment for lien, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*Nikki K. Mayzsak Jonnassen and one minor v. Eric Alan Smith, non paternity, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Crystal M. Ellis and Brent L. Greer, paternity, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and two minors v. Teresa L. Southworth and Gregory M. Brown, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Jennifer E. Feather and Larry-Eddie E. Russell, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Torey L. Ryan and Alex James Tougher, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Ashley M. Moyte and Curtis Lee Caraveau, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Aubrianna S. Jackson and Shy Edward Abeyta, paternity

*Wyoming DFS and three minors v. Jessica A. Fink and Mark D. Sauter, paternity, respondent obligor to pay child support, judgment entered against obligor

 

New Criminal Cases Filed

*Wyoming v. Brian Scott Kountz

*Wyoming v. Kelly Marie Smith

*Wyoming v. Travis Teydell Sims

*Wyoming v. Ian Eli Riann Moore

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