Annulment/Legal Separation
Ending a marriage is never easy. It is also not a one-day process. If you no longer wish to live with your spouse but are not yet ready for divorce, a legal separation may be an option.
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Child Adoption
Adoption is a major life-changing event. When you adopt a child, you are assuming all the rights and responsibilities of parenthood.
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Child Custody
When two parents’ divorce or otherwise end a relationship, one of the most important matters to resolve is that of child custody.
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Child Support
Child support disputes can be acrimonious and complicated and the outcome can have a significant impact on your financial situation.
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Criminal Defense
Any type of criminal charge should be taken extremely seriously, including seemingly minor traffic infractions.
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DCFS Actions
There are few events more frightening than having authorities from the Utah Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) arrive at your door to investigate or to take your children away from you.
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Divorce
When two people decide to end their marriage, it is usually due to an inability to work out personal conflicts or issues that have arisen between the two of them.
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Domestic Litigation
No matter what type of domestic litigation you are facing, it is imperative to have the help of an objective legal professional who can provide valuable advice and counsel.
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Domestic Partnership
However, many couples, both with same-sex and opposite-sex partners, have chosen not to be married, instead remaining domestic partners, and as such, knowing what that status grants to people is still important.
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Domestic Violence
Under Utah law, domestic violence includes any physical harm or violence toward a cohabitant or even the threat of physical harm or violence.
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Family Law
Family law is an area of civil law that deals exclusively with marital, family, and domestic issues.
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Juvenile Defense
Learning that your child has been arrested and/or charged with a criminal offense under Utah law can be stressful.
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Paternity
The law in Utah recognizes that a father has the same parental rights and responsibilities as a mother.
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Post-Judgment Modification
Some of the most common include child support amounts and visitation schedules, but there are many different aspects of a divorce that may require post-judgment modification.
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Pre/Postnuptial Agreements
Both the divorce rate and the marriage rate in the United States have fallen in recent years. One can infer that both men and women are being more careful about what they enter into.
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Spousal Support
Fortunately for husbands and wives who earn less than their partners, Utah law allows courts to award alimony.
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