If you are not an attorney of record on a case, you can file an Appearance of Counsel on the case.
Category: Frequently Asked Questions
The following chart provides a list of the “e-filing specialists” assigned at each Court. At any time, please feel free to contact the Court e-filing specialist if you require any direct assistance from the Court, or have question about the Court docket.
Since the Utah courts have made no provisions for out-of-state lawyers or those who are not licensed in Utah to e-file, only an attorney with an active Utah Bar ID may participate in e-filing.
By far the most common support issue we assist with is helping attorneys and staff format their documents required to be submitted in Rich Text Format (.rtf) in a way that the Court’s system can process smoothly.
As a participant in Utah’s State Court’s electronic court filing program, and as a registered user of Green Filing, you can expect to receive email notifications alerting you to things such as;
We have found a trick that seems to be working for 99% of documents that Court rejects indicating the document contains a drawing object, header or revision tracking.
As of March 31st, 2015 at 5:30 PM the Courts implemented a change in their e-filing management software.
We often receive inquiries as to why this particular filing has been pending for a few days. The courts do not send out an accepted notification until they have approved the Writ of Execution or Garnishment.
Due to a new rule set by the Courts, non-attorneys-of-record will not received documents attached to the email notifications received from Green Filing.
For a Deposit of Excess Foreclosure Sale Proceeds, select the case type Lien/Mortgage Foreclosure.