Self-Help Resources / Families and Children

Families and Children

  1. Name or sex change for an adult (Gender Marker Change)
  2. Name or sex change for a minor child (Gender Marker Change)

  1. Enforcing a domestic order (Order to Show Cause)

Families & Children

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 Self Help Resources

Preparing forms

The Online Court Assistance Program (OCAP) helps you to create forms to file with the court by answering questions in an online interview.

The Online Court Assistance Program (OCAP) helps you to create forms to file with the court by answering questions in an online interview.

Programs available:

  • Domestic Relations (such as divorce, custody, and support)
  • Enforcing Domestic Orders
  • Guardian and Conservatorship (for minors and adults)
  • Protective/Stalking Orders
  • Garnishment
  • Landlords and Tenants
  • Small Claims

Prepare your forms

 

Getting help

The Utah State Courts' Self-Help Center (SHC) provides free legal help to people who do not have a lawyer.

The SHC provides information to help you understand your rights and responsibilities, and to help you resolve your legal problems on your own if you cannot afford an attorney or if you choose not to hire one.

The Utah State Courts' Self-Help Center (SHC) provides free legal help to people who do not have a lawyer.

The SHC provides information to help you understand your rights and responsibilities, and to help you resolve your legal problems on your own if you cannot afford an attorney or if you choose not to hire one.

Self-Help Center staff attorneys can:

  • answer questions about the law, court process and options
  • provide court forms and instructions and help completing forms
  • provide information about your case
  • provide information about mediation services, legal advice and representation through pro bono and low cost legal services, legal aid programs and lawyer referral services
  • provide information about resources provided by law libraries
A Few Cautions
  • The SHC cannot give you legal advice or represent you in court.
  • The SHC attorney is not your lawyer.

Go to the Self-Help Center

Getting legal advice

Legal clinics give general legal information and brief legal advice. You can also get help with forms, and ask questions about the law. Most legal clinics handle civil law matters only.

 

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