(a) As used in this act:
(i) “Adult” means a person who is sixteen (16) years of age or older, or legally married;
(ii) “Court” means the circuit court or, if the county does not have a circuit court, the district court in the county where an alleged victim of domestic abuse resides or is found;
(iii) “Domestic abuse” means the occurrence of one (1) or more of the following acts by a household member but does not include acts of self defense:
(A) Physically abusing, threatening to physically abuse, attempting to cause or causing physical harm or acts which unreasonably restrain the personal liberty of any household member;
(B) Placing a household member in reasonable fear of imminent physical harm; or
(C) Causing a household member to engage involuntarily in sexual activity by force, threat of force or duress.
(iv) “Household member” includes:
(A) Persons married to each other;
(B) Persons living with each other as if married;
(C) Persons formerly married to each other;
(D) Persons formerly living with each other as if married;
(E) Parents and their adult children;
(F) Other adults sharing common living quarters;
(G) Persons who are the parents of a child but who are not living with each other; and
(H) Persons who are in, or have been in, a dating relationship.
(v) “Order of protection” means a court order granted for the protection of victims of domestic abuse;
(vi) “Financial responsibility” means an obligation to pay to a provider service fees and other costs and charges associated with the provision of commercial mobile services;
(vii) “Provider” means a person or entity that provides commercial mobile services as defined in 47 U.S.C. § 332(d);
(viii) “This act” means W.S. 35-21-101 through 35-21-111.