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Utah Divorce Details

With DivorceWriter, you'll receive all the forms you need to file for and finalize your divorce in Utah. Easy to follow filing instructions are included to guide you through the entire process.

Utah Divorce Made Easier

  • We provide the forms so you don't have to serve your spouse.
  • If you don't have kids, you don't have to attend a hearing.
  • Finalize your divorce in as little as 90 days after you file.

Utah Residency Requirements

If there are no minor children, then the spouse filing for divorce must have lived in the county in Utah where the divorce will be filed for 3 months before filing for divorce. If there are minor children, then the spouse filing for divorce must have lived in the county in Utah where the divorce will be filed for 6 months before filing for divorce.

Grounds for Divorce

Grounds for divorce are the legal reason(s) each state has for allowing a couple to divorce. In Utah, you will use grounds called Irreconcilable Differences of the Marriage, which basically means the existing problems between the spouses in the marriage are great enough that thereƕs no hope of the couples reconciling in order to continue the marriage.

Where to File for Divorce

Divorces in Utah are filed in the District Court in the county where you reside.

Understanding Fees

The filing fee in Utah is established by state law. If you are unable to pay the filing fee due to financial hardship, DivorceWriter will provide you with the correct forms to request the filing fee to be waived by the court.

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