The filing fee for a divorce in Utah is $310.
When you file, there is an $8 fee that you have to pay to the Utah Vital Records Department as well.
So, the true cost to file is $318.
Now, there are also costs associated with serving court documents.
See, once you file your divorce complaint with the Court, you have to have someone serve your soon-to-be ex with those documents.
The Utah Rules of Civil Procedure specify you can’t do that personally (too much room for monkey business), so you should have a professional process server do it. That might be a constable with the sheriff’s office, or a company that serves these sort of documents regularly.
Either way, the cost for service will likely be around $50
All told, the cost to file and serve a Utah divorce averages $375–$400.
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