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Money troubles may lead to the division of marital assets in Utah

Utah couples have undoubtedly had their fair share of arguments. Most might have been over or regarding money in one way or another. If it gets bad enough, money issues can end in divorce and the division of marital assets as many couples can attest. A driving force behind many money related arguments seems to be the fact that either spouse is not earning enough money to pay the monthly bills. This could be for any number of reasons such as blaming the other for not having enough ambition to climb higher on the corporate ladder.

Charlie Sheen requests lower child support payments

Refusing to pay child support is not an option for noncustodial parents. Most Utah residents understand that child support payments are part of the court order made by a judge during a divorce. The agreement is to ensure that the noncustodial parent keeps his or her parental responsibility to provide for the child as if the family was still living together.

Amicable divorce through divorce mediation in Utah

When most Utah residents think of divorce, they tend to think of a nasty Hollywood style of court battle with years' worth of conflict and emotional stress. There is another side to that coin. An amicable or mutually beneficial split can be labeled as becoming "unmarried" through divorce mediation.

The effects of social media on Utah divorce mediation

When Utah couples who are filing for divorce cannot agree on the details of their settlement, they might look toward a mediator. Divorce mediation uses a third-party to guide the divorcing couple on settling any disputes before getting into the courtroom. Disputes such as how they are going to divide assets and even child custody arrangements can benefit from the use of a mediator. If the couple agrees to the mediation process, the cost is often far less in the end; fewer heated emotions are involved and any settlement is legally binding on the parties.

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