Utah Do It Yourself Divorce. It's simple, easy and fast. Prepare your divorce documents online today!
(uncontested divorce) 

Fill out the confidential online interview at your own pace.
Your documents are prepared in downloadable Microsoft Word format.

Online Interview 
& Docs 


Online Interview, Docs 
& Attorney Review

*Includes all documents and instructions for submitting prepared documents for an uncontested do it yourself divorce with, or without, children in the state of Utah. You receive the final documents in MS Word format for easy editing. There may be additional information required on some forms provided. You pay the court filing fees required by the Court

 "I completed the Utah Self Divorce online interview and made minor corrections to the editable Microsoft Word documents as my ex wanted some of the property division wording to be different. My ex then signed the acceptance and consent and all documents were filed with the court. The court accepted all of the documents without any problem and the divorce went through without a hitch. I am so happy I found this online interview system easy to use, and it saved me hundreds of dollars and headaches trying to fill out the forms from scratch." - B.T., Salt Lake City, Utah.

Utah Online Divorce Interview System

Designed and approved by a Utah licensed attorney
to ensure your documents will be accepted by Utah courts.

DON'T BE FOOLED by other online sites offering 'Do It Yourself Divorce', 'EZ' or '1,2,3...step' document preparation. We have researched some sites offering Utah do it yourself divorce documents and have found some documents provided to be deficient, incomplete, or non-compliant with Utah Statutes and Rules. Our Interview and documents are updated as Utah Statutes and Rules change. 
We are the only online divorce document preparation service that offers a package that includes a review of your documents by a licensed Utah attorney!

Prepare your own (do it yourself divorce) divorce documents online, ready for filing, in Utah courts using our affordable, low-cost, ($99.00) secure and confidential, interview interface. (Or, choose our $349.00 package that includes an attorney review of your final self-prepared online documents). We walk you through a simple self-paced interview process. Once completed, 'submit' the final interview and our automated online processor compiles all of the documents and instructions needed to file your divorce petition. Once you complete the online interview, your documents are available for download in a .ZIP file, or for individual download.The entire process has been developed to ensure that all the interview questions and the final documents are consistent with Utah statutes and court requirements for filing for an uncontested divorce.

Included in your documents are easy to follow instructions for filing and links to Utah statutes and resources. You will receive the compiled packet in a .ZIP file and/or Microsoft Word format ready for you to print out

Step 1 Utah Online Divorce

Make sure you qualify for filing for a Utah Divorce.
To get divorced in Utah you or your spouse must reside in a single county in Utah for at least three months immediately before filing the divorce petition. Utah Code Section 30-3-1. If custody of a minor child is an issue, usually the child must reside with at least one of the parents in Utah for at least six months, but there are exceptions.

Grounds for divorce
The grounds for divorce, including irreconcilable differences, are listed in Utah Code Section 30-3-1(3).

Step 2 Utah Online Divorce

Go to our Checkout Page (down below or our Buy Now page) and order your packet. (
Once your payment is received, you will receive an email with a link to download a pre-interview document that will contain instructions and a link to your interview. You do not have to complete the interview in one sitting. You may need to gather information and return to the interview at a later time. Upon completion of your interview, you will receive the final documents, in a .ZIP file and/or Microsoft Word format, and filing instructions.

Step 3 Utah Online Divorce

Make any changes to your provided documents. Print out your final packet. Sign the necessary documents and file your petition for divorce with the court.
(Instructions will be included in final downloadable packet.)

Call 385-351-4474

Get Started Utah Online Divorce

In less than one hour you can complete the online interview and download your prepared documents in Microsoft Word format.
It is just that easy.

*After you complete the online interview, you receive a final packet with all instructions and required documents in Microsoft Word format for filing a Utah uncontested divorce. There are no hidden costs for the documents. Some documents may require additional user provided information to complete before filing. All information is private and confidential.

Utah Self Divorce Online
See a sample of our Decree of Divorce document compiled from our online interview. All other required documents are also compiled and included in your download as fully editable Microsoft Word files. (Other sites offer uneditable PDF files that are often useless when you need to add or change your documents before filing with the court.)

FREE e-Book
Utah Divorce Information Guide for 
Uncontested Divorces

Click to Download

Utah Divorce Information Guide for Uncontested Divorces contains general information for the Pro Se (self) individual wishing to file an uncontested divorce in Utah.

Prepared by a Utah attorney, the guide is not meant to be all-inclusive of all Utah statutes and rules regarding divorce issues, however, will give the reader a good foundation and overview of the issues most found in divorces.

Each chapter/section begins with the general Utah code and/or Rules applicable to the issues discussed in that chapter. The reader may choose to review the code and rules for further research prior to filing his/her petition for divorce.

This is a good manual to review before filing any prepared documents to the court, or before discussing your divorce issues with an attorney.