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** is moving! The Utah State Bar Website will be moving to a new home this spring. The open house starts March 15, 2003. Come see it at and update your bookmarks. We hope to go live on Monday April 8th, 2013 **

The Administrative Office of the Courts has announced that mandatory e-filing for all cases will begin on April 1st, 2013 and that Probate cases will move to efiling on 7/1/2013.

You will find more information on the court's e-filing system, as well as information about developing your own dedicated interface, at You may register now for an account with Tybera through the Bar’s website at If you have any questions about efiling go to or contact us at

3rd District Schedule of Efiling Presentations:

  • September 12 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    West Jordan (Courthouse Jury Assembly Room)
  • September 19 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    Salt Lake (Utah Law & Justice Center)
  • September 26 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    Tooele(Courthouse Jury Assembly Room)
  • October 3 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    Summit(Courthouse Jury Assembly Room)
  • October 10 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    Salt Lake (Utah Law & Justice Center)
  • October 16 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    Summit(Courthouse Jury Assembly Room)
  • October 23 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    Salt Lake (Utah Law & Justice Center)
  • October 31 1:00pm - 2:00pm -
    Salt Lake (Utah Law & Justice Center)

Currently 21 of the 29 counties in Utah are providing efiling services. Courts that are providing efiling services are:

1st District  Brigham City (Box Elder), Logan (Cache)
2nd District Ogden (Weber), Layton, Farmington, & Bountiful (Davis)
3rd District Salt Lake - West Jordan (Salt Lake), Tooele (Tooele),  Silver Summit - aka: Park City (Summit)
4th District Provo, American Fork, & Spanish Fork (Utah), Heber City (Wasatch), Nephi (Juab), Fillmore (Millard)  
5th District St George (Washington), Cedar City (Iron), Beaver (Beaver)
6th District Richfield (Sevier)
7th District Price (Carbon), Castle Dale (Emery), Moab (Grand), Monticello (San Juan)
8th District Vernal (Uintah), Roosevelt & Duchesne (Duchesne)


Contract Sites to be Added Later ...
1st:   Randolph (Rich)
2nd:  Morgan (Morgan)
6th:   Manti (Sanpete), Junction (Piute), Loa (Wayne), Panguitch (Garfield), Kanab (Kane)
8th:   Manila (Daggett)

eFiling Frequently Asked Questions>>

Is efiling mandatory?
Who can efile?
What are the efiling options?
Can I share an account?
Creating an efiling system for a firm?
Does it cost to efile?
How do I get an account?
How do I get training?
What can I eFile?
Do I need to install any software?
How do I create my documents?
How many documents can I include in my submission? Is there a size limit per document or submission?
How do I include paper exhibits (scanning)?

Utah Courts e.Filing information

Tybera Efiling
  • e.Filing fees for Individual filing accounts
    • eFlex Electronic Filing Fee Schedule


      1 - 4 Attorneys - $270.00
      5 - 10 Attorneys - $243.00
      11 - 20 Attorneys - $216.00
      20+ Attorneys - $189.00





  • e.Filing user guide

Green Filing is an electronic filing service provider for the Utah State District Courts certified by the Utah Administrative Office of the Courts. 

Start to participate in E-Filing and E-Service today and sign up for Green Filing's Basic account for FREE. Within minutes you will be able to view your cases and documents online and receive electronic service notifications for FREE

Take advantage of Green Filing's easy-to-use single screen E-Filing with Pay As You Go fees under the Basic account, or as a low cost monthly subscription for higher volume filers under the Plus account. 

Visit, click here to learn more, or here to get started! Still have questions, don't hesitate to call us at (801) 448-7268!


Judicialink is an e-filing service provider created by practicing Utah attorney Jacob R. Powell.  Its user interface is designed for simplicity and saving time, and because it is developed by a practicing attorney, time-saving and convenient features are being added constantly.  Judicialink's distinguishing features include control over which staff members receive notification emails, documents attached to notification emails, automatic online PDF and RTF tools, downloading multiple documents in a zip file, automatic loading of prior client and case information, integration options for high-volume filers, and much more.

Judicialink is committed to being the low price leader among the providers and guarantees that it will meet or beat any of its competitor's published prices for equivalent services.  Judicialink's current subscription price, if prepaid annually, is $17.95 per attorney per month for the first five attorneys in one firm, $15.95 per attorney per month for the next 15 attorneys, and $13.95 per month for any attorneys beyond that.  If paid monthly, the prices are $2 per attorney per month higher.  If you do not want a subscription, you can choose the "pay as you go" option, you are charged $3.50 per filing and $1 per download.  Finally, Judicialink offers a thirty day free trial period regardless of which option you ultimately choose.

Visit Judicialink at, call at (801)877-1596, or email for any questions.


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