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No. Divorce cases must be filed in the District Court in the county where the residency requirement is met.
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The Utah Courts’ Self-Help Center provides assistance to those who do not have legal counsel. You can reach them at 888-683-0009 or visit the Utah Courts website.
Residents threatened with an eviction in Salt Lake County can dial 801-359-2444 or 801-359-4142. In addition, homeless families taking the steps to stabilize their situation and need help with rehousing can also call for assistance.
Yes. If you need an interpreter you must contact the court at 801-483-6072 to make that request.
You can file a petition at the district court in the county where you live, in the county where the abuser lives, or in the county where the abuse took place.
No. Landlord/renter disputes are handled by the Salt Lake County Justice Court.