Wright Law, LLC
Full-Service Legal Representation
and Unbundled Legal Services.
A NOTE ABOUT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
Our office is currently CLOSED to the public, but we are still OPEN for business! We are happy to meet with you over the phone or via video chat, but must err on the side of caution in these uncertain times.
You can view the Wyoming Supreme Court's most recent updates by clicking on this link:
Currently, Wyoming District and Circuit Courts are using Microsoft Teams technology to conduct video hearings and do not anticipate returning to in-person hearings until the Spring of 2021. In order to attend a video hearing, you should have reliable wifi or hardwired internet (not wireless/mobile hotspot/cell phone internet) and a computer or handheld mobile device such as a cell phone or tablet capable of transmitting and receiving live video and audio.
If you have questions about how this development may affect your case, please call us or send us a message. We will continue to update this site as new information becomes available to us.
last updated December 20, 2020.
Serving Star Valley, Jackson Hole, and Pinedale, Wyoming
REBECCA WRIGHT, ATTORNEY
Rebecca was born in Dallas, TX and moved to Jackson Hole in 1995. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with a B.S. in Business Management in 2002 and earned a J.D. from the University of Wyoming in 2016. Rebecca worked for Judge Timothy Day in the Teton County District Court before opening her own practice in 2017.
Rebecca strives to help people navigate some of the most difficult periods in their lives by providing the best legal representation possible. Rebecca has excellent working relationships with her peers and is solution oriented. Wright Law assists clients in a variety of legal areas, including divorce, establishment of custody and visitation, child support, custody modifications, adoption, guardianships, surrogacy, guardian ad litem services, mediation services, and more.
In addition to her regular practice, Rebecca takes on cases from the Teton County Access to Justice Center (funded by Equal Justice Wyoming) and the Wyoming State Bar Modest Means Program. These organizations provide access to legal services for citizens in Wyoming who could not otherwise afford representation.
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