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Determining Where to File A Military Divorce

By |November 7th, 2014|Categories: Military Divorce|Tags: , |

It's relatively easy for a civilian in Utah to determine where to file for a divorce. It is typically the state in which they live. A military divorce, on the other hand, requires a comprehensive examination of certain circumstances before a choice about where to file can be made. These factors differ depending on the particular [...]

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Issues Pertaining to A Military Divorce

By |September 15th, 2014|Categories: Military Divorce|Tags: , , |

Service members at Hill Air Force Base and other military institutions in Utah may be interested to know that, in most respects, a divorce involving military personnel is the same as any other divorce. Laws regarding alimony, child support and asset division apply to military couples without variance. By and large, the military defers to state [...]

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Military Divorce Affects Numerous Utah families

By |August 26th, 2014|Categories: Military Divorce|Tags: , , , , , |

Utah has a relatively large military population, and these service members are certainly valuable assets to the community and nation as a whole. It is a well-known fact that military members and their families sacrifice a lot. In some instances, that sacrifice can put an incredible amount of tension on Utah couples, which may lead to [...]

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Federal Protections for those in A Utah Military Divorce

By |July 9th, 2014|Categories: Military Divorce|Tags: , , |

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. A federal [...]

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