Family Law, Divorce & Custody
Divorce Education & Orientation
In Utah, if you file for divorce and have children, the Court requires you to complete a divorce education and a divorce orientation course before you can be given temporary orders or be granted a divorce. This link provides you with the information to take the courses online or in person
Learn more about the Collaborative Divorce, an alternative process designed to help you resolve a divorce or other family matter outside of the Court system.
Utah Divisions of Child and Family Services
Substance Abuse Assessments
Oftentimes criminal cases involving alcohol and/or drug related charges will require a substance abuse assessment, other charges may require some classes or programs. Click here to learn more about substance abuse assessments conducted online and other resources for frequently used programs.
Utah Criminal Processes
Utah Criminal Penalties
Ethical Assessments & Resources for Probation Requirements
Civil Litigation, Protection, & Assistance
Protective Order Information and Forms
Stalking Injunction Information and Forms
Domestic Violence Hotline
They can help you find emergency housing, medical care, and support and advocacy for you and your children. Call toll-free: 800-897-5465
Information about Pre/Post nuptial Agreements
Information on Forming a Business Entity
Collaborative Family Law
Learn More about Collaborative Family Law
FAQ’s on a Collaborative Divorce
Learn More about Utah Dispute Resolution
What is Mediation?