Below are links to letters explaining different aspects of a divorce/family law case. These letters explain everything from filing a divorce complaint to mediation to trial. While they are not meant to give legal advice about any particular case, they give a good general overview of the most important aspects of Utah divorce/family law cases. We hope they help everyone understand the process better.
- You Received an Order from the Court at a Hearing; Now What?
- Rule 108 Objection Explanation
- Unsuccessful Mediation
- Deposition Explanation
- Pretrial Conference Explanation
- Explanation of 4-903 Custody Evaluation Mediation
- Post-Hearing Involving Commissioner/Objecting to Commissioner’s Recommendations
- Holiday and Summer Parent-time Reminder
- Explanation of Temporary Orders
- Congratulation on a Successful Mediation
- Your Initial Divorce Documents Have Been Filed; Now What?
- Role of Court Commissioners in Family Law Cases
- Orders to Show Cause
- Guardian ad Litem Appointment
- Custody Evaluation
- Divorce Education Requirements for Divorce Involving Minor Children
- Evidentiary Hearing
- Protective Orders
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