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Feeling Worthy after Divorce

By Divorce

Going through a divorce can feel a little extra difficult when you feel as though you’re surrounded by disapproving people. Perhaps you’re the first one in your social group to go through a divorce.You may be part of a religious group that views marriage as a sacred institution. Or, you…

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Marital Property vs Separate Property

By Divorce

A lot of married couples go by the phrase, “What’s yours is mine, and what’s mine is yours.” But, what about when the marriage ends? Obviously, most divorcing couples are no longer carrying on with that mentality. However, in many marriages, not all property is considered marital property. Depending on…

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Can You Lose Custody for Being Unvaccinated?

By Divorce

A Canadian man  made headlines after “losing custody” due to his COVID-19 vaccination status—and he’s not alone. Myriad people have attempted to modify their custody orders based on their ex’s vaccination status. Though the decision to receive the vaccine is a personal one, it has become highly politicized, and even…

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How to End an Emotional Affair

By Divorce

Emotional affairs can be much more nebulous than physical affairs. They can be completely one-sided, where one party has romantic feelings for another completely unsuspecting person. Or, both parties can be engaged in an intense emotional affair that just hasn’t turned physical yet. And, the definition of emotional affair can…

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Preparing an Emergency Exit

By Divorce

“But they never hit me.” It’s one of the most common reasons people choose to ignore red flags in relationships. Ideally, nobody would stay in a relationship with a person who crosses their partner’s boundaries. However, people stay in unhealthy and abusive relationships all the time. Though it’s impossible to…

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Signs of an Emotionally Abusive Wife

By Spousal Abuse

We talk a lot about women who are in emotionally abusive relationships—and for a good reason too: thousands of women live in constant fear of their significant others due to the emotional abuse they endure on a daily basis. Even if their partners have never physically hurt them, these women…

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How to Avoid Paying Alimony

By Alimony

Everyone wants to know how to avoid paying alimony. After all, nobody wants to be making monthly payments to their ex—especially if they feel their ex is at fault for the divorce. Though Utah alimony laws may be fairly straight-forward, the amount and duration of the alimony payments may be…

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How to Modify Child Support

By Child Custody, Child Support

If you’re going through a divorce, you’re likely trying to figure out how child support figures into your post-divorce budget. Or, maybe you’ve already gone through a divorce but you need to go through the hassle of having your child-support order modified. Though it sounds like a very complicated issue,…

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How to Be a Good Co-Parent

By Paternity Rights

Co-parenting isn’t always as easy as magazine articles make it sound. However, it is extremely important that you and your ex find ways to co-parent effectively. Divorce can be a very confusing time for children, especially very young children. Having two parents who are on the same page, and willing…

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