September 2013 Archives

Divorce mediation may be an alternative for Utah couples

Sociologists are calling this the first instance in American history that the number of married couples divorcing has become greater than those who become separated by death. Many Utah residents may already know that divorce mediation is a feasible alternative for couples who have acquired a lifetime of assets that need to be divided when separating. This can be an amicable way to end a marriage.

Former NBA player's wife asks for lump sum child support payment

It doesn't seem to matter how much or how little money people make, there are always financial issues that come along in any divorce. For one former NBA player, his financial issues seem to surround his inability to make child support payments. At least, that's what his ex-wife says, and she is now asking the court for a lump sum payment so she never has to go back to ask for money from her ex-husband again.

Utah residents may benefit from divorce mediation

Sometimes when a couple is facing a divorce, the process can come to a standstill. Whether it is over financial items or child custody, divorce mediation can be a helpful tool used to motivate couples to continue moving forward with the process. Utah couples going through a divorce could be interested in a recent article that discussed the many ways in which divorce mediation can be useful.

Military divorce more common among deployed servicepeople

The largest military divorce study ever has recently been completed. One of the findings of the research points to the idea that longer deployments of military personnel can lead to an increased risk of having a military divorce. For example, the study discovered that an 18 month military deployment was more likely to result in a divorce than a 12 month deployment. These are national averages but it appears that the same my also apply to Florida drivers.

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