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Please be aware your decision to submit a complaint should not be made lightly or without justification. Once a complaint is filed, even if you wish to withdraw it, it may not be able to be withdrawn. This is a decision that must be made by the OPC. The OPC does not discourage attempts by you and the attorney or LPP to resolve your dispute or address the problem. However, if your concerns are regarding an attorney's or LPP's professional conduct, the first step is to complete a complaint form.
The complaint form will be submitted to the OPC for review. If the information provided implicates possible rule violations of the Rules of Professional Conduct by the attorney or LPP, the matter will be investigated by the OPC.
Please note that we cannot accept an anonymous complaint. Also, we cannot accept complaints against an entire law firm or organization, and you will need to identify the specific individuals you are complaining about. If you do not provide a full name, a complete address, and a phone number where we can reach you, the information you provide may not be considered a complaint and you may not be entitled to further information in the event an investigation is opened.
If you are unable to complete the complaint form online, please print and mail the form to the OPC.
The attorney and LPP search tool may help you identify the contact information for the subject of your complaint. However, if you are complaining about someone who is not a member of the Utah State Bar, or you cannot locate them with the search tool, you may still submit a complaint to the OPC for review.
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