ULS Clinic Information

Utah Legal Services can provide better service to clients directly through our intake process. The best way to see if you qualify for our services is by using our online intake system. It is available 24/7. We are still currently providing limited service through clinics. However, please note that these clinics are designed to help low-income Utahns who cannot afford legal representation with advice and other general information. You must qualify under Utah Legal Services guidelines to get help. We recommend you go through our intake process either by phone or online to determine if you qualify PRIOR TO attending any of these clinics.

  They are not intended to create a client/attorney relationship.


Utah Legal Services is currently holding clinics in the following counties.  If your county is not listed or you do not qualify for Utah Legal Services, check for clinics held by other organizations at the Utah State Bar website, and/or the Utah State Courts website.

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      • Taylorsville:  Clinic for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Held every 2nd Wednesday of the month.  Located at the Robert G. Sanderson Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, 5709 South 1500 West.  Phone Number:  (801) 263-4861. Email: legalclinic@utah.gov.  You may also contact via polycom or video phone.  By appointment only
      • Salt Lake City:  Expungement Clinic.  Held the 1st Thursday of the month from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Located at the LDS Employment Office, 780 West 800 South. No appointment necessary. Only addresses issues which keep people from obtaining employment.

Talk to a Lawyer: Held every 2nd Wednesday as well as every 4th Tuesday of the month from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Located at the Southern Utah Community Legal Center, 229 East St. George Boulevard, Suite 103  Phone Number:  (800) 662-4245 x3662.  By Appointment Only.

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It is important that you understand that clinics will not be held on legal holidays and occasionally must be re-scheduled.  In addition, dates and/or times are subject to change. 

It is strongly recommended that you call prior to attending.

The information in this site is not intended as legal advice.
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. . . represented "Laura."  "Laura" had previously experienced domestic violence from her husband but had returned to the relationship. During the early part of the summer, her husband told her he was going to kill her. She didn’t feel he was serious, as he has said things like this before without acting. 

"Laura" came home from work and was about to start dinner when her husband, his sister, and another friend showed up. Her husband started yelling at her and began physically assaulting her brother. "Laura" left the house using the back door.  She got into her vehicle and left and went to a friend’s house.  About thirty minutes later, her husband showed up at the house.

He came into the friend's house without knocking and started pushing people around who were present in the home. He demanded to know where his wife was; "Laura" was hiding in the closet but managed to get out again and ran over to her mother’s house to call the police.

It was there that he finally caught up with her and beat her; he had a gun and put it to her head. He also had a knife and told her he was going to shoot her and then cut her up. The police came in time to arrest him. "Laura" was transported to Duchesne County Hospital with severe injuries.

Utah Legal Services assisted "Laura" in requesting a protective order. A protective order was then filed and granted. The FBI came in and transported the opposing party to a federal facility, where he was arraigned in federal court and is still awaiting trial.