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What If Biological Parents Change Their Minds

What If Biological Parents Change Their Minds?

By Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, DCFS, Divorce, Domestic Litigation, Domestic Partnerships, Domestic Violence, Family Law, Home, Juvenile Crimes, Kids, Paternity Rights, Post Judgment Modifications, Spousal Abuse, Spousal Support, Visitation

Can Biological Parents Change Their Mind? Can biological parents change their minds after giving the child up for adoption? Well, in most cases, it is not an option.  What Does “Adoption” Mean? In most cases, adoption is final and cannot be “undone.” When you give a child up for adoption,…

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When Do Parents Get Full Custody?

When Do Parents Get Full Custody?

By Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Dog Custody, Family Law, Kids, Paternity Rights, Spousal Support, Visitation

Many people wonder whether or not they can even get full custody, or if it’s even possible in the first place.  What Does Full Custody Mean? Colloquially, when people say that they have full custody (also referred to as sole custody), they’re typically referring to an arrangement where the children…

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Divorce

Are You Considering Mediation for Your Divorce?

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In Utah, courts prefer that family law issues are solved by mutual agreement. In fact, Utah law requires that divorcing couples participate in the mediation process at least once before accessing the state’s court system. Mediation is a fundamentally collaborative process that encourages compromise and mutual settlement. However, this does…

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