July 2014 Archives

Child support obligation difficult for some Utah parents

As many Utah couples with children choose to seek divorce, issues with child support may abound. Failure to meet a child support obligation may result in further court proceedings, which can cause increased financial hardship and feelings of resentment between ex-spouses. If failure to pay is based on income changes, it may be possible to request a modification of a child support order.

What to do with the marital home during property division

Couples in Utah facing divorce may have a lot of questions relating to what they are entitled to and how to divide assets. Property division can create a lot of conflict in an already tense situation. One of the biggest questions couples have regarding property involves what to do with the marital home after divorce.

Federal protections for those in a Utah military divorce

Utah parents generally want what is in the best interest of their children, especially when considering divorce. For those in the service, a military divorce can be further complicated by things beyond a service member’s control. One such case involves a military father who is currently deployed but is also facing a custody dispute.

Collaborative divorce versus divorce mediation

Utah couples seeking a divorce often wonder what all their options are and what the best way to go about filing is. While some divorces may call for strict litigation, others may be settled in a more amicable way. This is where collaborative divorce or divorce mediation may come into the picture.

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