These divorce records from Utah district courts cover the years 1997 to 2016. Each result includes a transcript, which will provide the following details about your relative’s divorce:
Spouse’s first name(s)
Spouse’s last name
Case type (DA stands for divorce/annulment)
Judgment code (DD stands for divorce decree)
Using a maiden name or surname from these records, you can try searching for a relative’s parents in our extensive United States marriages collection, linked to in our Useful links and resources section. This can help you add another generation to your family tree.
You may also have luck learning more about your relatives and their marriages and divorces in our newspaper collection. We have 24 newspapers from Utah that span from 1867 to 1998. Check them out by following the link to Findmypast’s newspaper collection in our Useful links and resources section.
If you find that you’re getting too many results based on your search parameters, try narrowing by district.
If you’re having difficulty finding your relative when searching by name and year, try increasing the range of years you search by.
Some names may be abbreviated or misspelled. Search using name variants or abbreviations to ensure that you are not missing your relatives in these records.