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Utah eFiling Support

Filer Support: 1-801-226-2746 (Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Mountain Time)


Attention – eFiling Changes   View the 9-minute instructional webinar on these changes.

Updates to the eFiling system are being installed November 20, 2016 that will affect the payment of subscriptions and transaction fees.

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There are two terms that are helpful to understand:

  • Subscription Mode” means one has acquired a subscription for a specified period of time (monthly, quarterly, or yearly) that allows unlimited filings without paying the $5 transaction fee per filing.
  • Transaction Mode” means one has chosen to pay the $5 transaction fee per filing.  Expired subscribers will automatically be in Transaction Mode.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

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”.

Attorneys who do civil or criminal government work may be eligible to use the government filing portal. Contact the Court’s Help Desk at 801-578-3850. Account requests should be sent by email to efiling@utcourts.gov. Please include: Attorneys name (as it appears with the bar), bar number, government agency and division, mailing address, phone number, email address for attorney and up to two alternate email addresses to receive electronic notifications.

 


Helpful Links

NEW! Case and Filing Types in Utah District Courts (Updated June 2016) – PDF or Word

NEW! eFiling in Justice Courts – PDF

Court Rules & Efiling Help

Court Filing, Transcript, and Record Fees for the State of Utah

FAQ For Attorneys (PDF Document)

Formatting Documents for Efiling (PDF Document)

List of Efiling Specialist for the Utah Courts (PDF Document)

Court Filing, Transcript, and Record Fees for the State of Utah (PDF Document)

EFiling Video Tutorials

The Utah Court offers additional efiling video tutorials at https://www.utcourts.gov/efiling/training/.

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