This site is for electronically filing cases and documents to the Utah Courts. Please request an account, choose a subscription fee, efile, and then monitor your notifications regularly.
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Important Change to the Court's Efiling System
The Court's eFiling System has added a check to Divorce Case Initiation. When the filer indicates there are minor children the system will return the submission if the filer doesn't include a minor party in the filing. The auto-rejection message sent back to the filer is "enter all minor children as parties."
NOTE: Minor party names entered by the filer are displayed in the efiling case history as "Minor Child". They are not available in XChange or on a case history from the Courts' Records System.
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This system requires the user to pay a subscription fee or a per-filing fee in order to efile. After you request an account and your account is approved, you can purchase a subscription by logging in and visiting the "My Profile" page and clicking "Purchase Subscription".
Current subscription rates are $270/year, $71/quarter or $26/month. Users without an active subscription can file for $5.00 per filing. Quantity discounts for annual subscriptions at time of purchase are available. For more information, please contact Tybera at 1-801-226-2746, select option "3".
Free Efiling Webinar
New to efiling? Want to know how to use the Utah State Bar efiling Portal? Tybera is pleased to offer a weekly online training held every
2nd and 4th Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (MDT). If you wish to participate in this training, please click this link, Register for Training. Then click
"Register" next to the desired date. All sessions are available over the Internet and are free of charge.
Court Rules & Efiling Help
FAQ For Attorneys (PDF Document)
How to Format RTF Documents for Efiling (PDF Document)
List of Efiling Specialist for the Utah Courts (PDF Document)
EFiling Video Tips for Attorneys