Wyoming has opted out of the federal exemptions for debtors
who have been domiciled in Wyoming “for the one hundred
eighty (180) days immediately preceding the date of the filing
of the petition or for a longer portion of the one hundred eighty
(180) day period than in any other place.” Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 1-
20-109.

Debtors to whom the above opt-out provision does not apply
may use the federal exemptions.
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Debtors to whom the above opt-out provision does apply and
who do not qualify for Wyoming's state exemptions may use
the federal exemptions under the saving provision in 11 USC §
522(b), which states, “If the effect of the domiciliary
requirement under subparagraph (A) is to render the debtor
ineligible for any exemption, the debtor may elect to exempt
property that is specified under subsection (d).”
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