How Often Do Utah Divorce Cases Go to Trial?
Nationally, about 1%-2% of all cases go to trial. Of those that go to trial, about 85% of those trials last one day.
In Utah, divorce cases go to trial about 2% of the time.
The majority of those cases are one-day trials; although, if you discuss both financial issues and child custody issues, then two-days is pretty standard.
At Brown Family Law, we have found that about 2%-3% of our cases go to trial. In the last about two years, we have gone to trial approximately 15 times.
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