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Dog with Family on Couch After Divorce

Ruff Times: Who Gets the Dog in the Divorce?

Your pet is a member of your family. Maybe you even refer to him or her as your “fur baby.” Pets are a source of unconditional love and comfort, especially when you’re going through a divorce. But who gets the dog in a divorce? Alth… Read More
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Categories: Pets
Holiday Pine Cone

Navigating the Holidays After Divorce

Ah, the holidays, when everything sparkles and glitters, and the air is filled with expectation. Certain TV channels devote their entire lineup to romantic Christmas movies and tales of family togetherness, and radio stations play Christmas songs non… Read More
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Happy Divorced Dad and Child on Bike

Can Divorce Be Good for Children?

Most of us know of an unhappy couple who stayed together longer than they should have “for the sake of the children.” And just about everyone has heard a report or study talking about how bad divorce can be for children: disrupting stabil… Read More
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Upset Woman Whose Ex Won't Follow Divorce Decree

What to Do if Your Ex Isn't Following Your Divorce Decree

Your divorce decree, at least one judge has said, is the “private law of your divorce.” These are the rules that you and your ex have agreed (or a judge has decided) are going to govern every aspect of your dealings post-divorce. Your di… Read More
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Older Couple in Bed Considering Divorce

Gray Divorce: What You Need to Know

While divorce rates have declined in the population at large over the past few decades, they have doubled for Baby Boomers and others over the age of 50. Divorce is difficult for couples of any age, but it poses unique challenges for those in this… Read More
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Alimony - Split Heart-Shaped Dollar Bill and Paper Doll Couple

Will I Get Alimony in My Divorce?

One of the questions many people ask when facing the end of their marriage is, “Will I get alimony in my divorce?” For Utah residents, the answer is, “Quite possibly.” Let’s take a look at the law around alimony (also c… Read More
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Categories: Alimony
Parenting To Do List: Sticky Notes on Steering Wheel

Online Tools to Make Co-Parenting Easier

Divorce is hard, but it ends. Co-parenting, on the other hand, lasts forever. Even after your kids are grown, there will be graduations, weddings, grandchildren’s birthday parties. If the thought of having to interact with your ex for decades t… Read More
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Illustration of Couple on Couch - Marital and Separate Property

What's the Difference Between Marital and Separate Property?

One of the thorniest parts of divorce is the process of dividing up your property. If you have researched Utah law on the subject, you will have read that the court is supposed to divide all marital property in an equitable manner. Sounds reasonabl… Read More
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Young Boy Talking to Woman Guardian ad Litem

What is the Difference Between Custody Evaluators and Private Guardians ad Litem?

Custody can be the thorniest aspect of any Utah divorce case. Even when a couple is generally amicable in unwinding their relationship, there may be a great deal of tension around how custody and parenting time are configured. Each parent may thin… Read More
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Categories: Child Custody
Undocumented Latino Father Hugging his Two Children

Can You Get Custody of Your Child if You are Undocumented?

Being an undocumented immigrant living in Utah, or anywhere in the United States, has its share of uncertainties. Many people prefer to live “below the radar,” avoiding contact with the legal system to avoid drawing the attention of the a… Read More
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Categories: Child Custody

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