CoilLaw Blog

Who Gets the Dog in the Divorce

By | Divorce, Dog Custody

In the past, pets have been considered property in a divorce, where one party is awarded the pet like an asset. But today, with pet-custody battles increasing, courts are looking at pets less like a couch, and more like a child. Factors based on animal best-interest are now being considered…

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CoilLaw & Sunrise Solutions Holiday Toy Drive

By | Uncategorized

CoilLaw is teaming up with Sunrise Solutions this holiday season to benefit the children of South Valley Services. South Valley Services is a domestic violence service provider in West Jordan, Utah. They provide safe shelter and supportive services to women, men and their children who have been impacted by domestic violence. We will…

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History has its Eyes on You

By | Divorce

-By Olivia Nelson In the age of millennials, we have become adept at time-lining our lives through social media. We leave trails of life events and conversations all over the internet. While the public thrill of getting likes on pictures and connecting with our long distance loved ones brings joy,…

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Utah Summer Parent Time Broken Down

By | Child Custody

By Jill L. Coil for CoilLaw, LLC If you are reading this article it is because you most likely have an order regarding your summer parent time here in Utah and probably wondering why it is so confusing.  Well, that is because our legislators, who are the ones that write…

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How Much Will My Divorce Cost?

By | Divorce, Family Law

By Jill L. Coil for CoilLaw The number one question I get asked in initial consultations is “How much will my divorce [case] cost?”  I always chuckle at this question because this is the million-dollar question.  Attorneys have been trying in a variety of ways to figure this out so…

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