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HOW TO FILE UTAH UNCONTESTED DIVORCE PAPERS

This is a summary of Utah uncontested divorce filing procedures with an explanation of the primary divorce papers that are filed. The 3StepDivorceTM for Utah helps you prepare all the required paperwork and provides you with much more in depth step-by-step filing procedures to finalize your own divorce than the ones presented below. 3StepDivorceTM for Utah will show you how to file your own divorce in Utah. This summary is written to give you a brief overview of the process and time-line.

In Utah, the petitioner must serve the respondent with the divorce papers no later than 120 days after filing them with the clerk of the district court, and the respondent has 21 days to respond (when he or she is served in the state) or 30 days (when served outside of the state).

In an uncontested, no-fault action, the respondent files Acceptance of Service, Appearance, Consent and Waiver, which sets the case in motion because it means the respondent agrees to the divorce and its terms and conditions. Thereafter, the respondent may also stipulate—or agree—in writing to the Verified Petition for Divorce and the Decree of Divorce and Judgment.

Included with the Verified Petition for Divorce for divorce and Summons are the other required Utah divorce papers:

The petitioner files the originals in the county court in which they or the other spouse resides. The petitioner can hand-deliver the divorce papers to the county clerk, or mail them using registered mail to guarantee receipt of delivery.

The petitioner serves the respondent with copies of all the divorce papers. In Utah, service of process may be executed by the sheriff or constable, or by the deputy of either, by a United States marshal or by the marshal’s deputy, or by any person 18 or older at the time of service who is not a party to the action or a party’s attorney. The petitioner may not serve process on the respondent.

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Both spouses must file a financial declaration after the respondent submits his or her response to the original Verified Petition for Divorce. Utah requires the parties to exchange financial information, including list of all assets and debts as well as statements verifying amounts of everything listed in the financial declaration, tax returns for the previous two years, last 12 months of pay statements, all loan applications or financial statements prepared in the past 12 months, documents verifying real estate and bank and investment statements for the previous three months.

The couples prepare the Marital Settlement Agreement (stipulation) before a divorce hearing and present it to the court, so the judge need not rehash issues upon which the spouses agree.

The divorce can become final 30 days from the date of filing, and if there is good cause the court waives the waiting period.

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