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Utah Legal Resources: Utah Legal Forms

A collection of online legal research resources relating to Utah law and Utah government.

Did you know ...

Did you know that the Utah State Courts website offers a wealth of information for Pro Se litigants (people who are representing themselves) that includes a resources page for self-represented parties?

The page includes links and resources particularly useful to those who are trying to represent themselves in court. The page can be found here.

Resource Key

 - University of Utah students, faculty and staff only. Off-campus access may be available for students, faculty and staff. Resource available to public patrons at University of Utah libraries.
 - S.J. Quinney College of law students, faculty & staff only. 
 - Resource requires password (please ask a reference librarian to log you in).
Links without one of these keys are free and available to everyone.

Utah Legal Forms

Self-Help for Pro Se Litigants

The Self-Help Center of the Utah State Courts can provide information to Pro Se litigants (those representing themselves) to help them understand their rights and responsibilities. Their goal is to help these litigants understand questions about court forms, court processes and other court resources. Please be aware the Self-Help Center cannot give legal advice nor can they undertake to represent anyone.  They can be contacted by phone or email only.

 

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