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Salt Lake City Divorce Law Blog

Divorce and Taxes: Will the New Tax Law Changes Cost You More?

Couples can be weighed down by several issues that come up during divorce. From dividing assets accumulated together to creating a realistic parenting schedule and the payment of child support,…

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Defining Differences Between Guardianship and Child Custody

Divorce can be a complicated issue especially in cases where children are involved. Some of the issues that need to be addressed regarding custody of the children include; who gets…

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Finding the Silver Lining: Can Divorce Be Good?

Are you making the right decision choosing to divorce? Divorce is an emotional phase in every family member. David Pedrazas is a renowned divorce and family lawyer. At The Law…

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How Alimony and Child Support Affect Your Taxes in Utah

According to Utah government statistics, Utah’s divorce rate runs slightly higher than the country’s average averaging at 3.4 divorces per 1000 people. As such, divorce litigation is higher in the…

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What to Know When Your Kids Fly Solo After a Divorce

What do you need to know when your kids are flying alone, especially out of state? Here are a number of important guidelines.  Airlines Procedures and Rules Vary Every airline…

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Top 5 Ways to Reduce Stress as a Single Parent

According to the US Census Bureau, 23 percent of children in our country now live in single-parent homes. While the reasons can vary—the parents may be divorced, widowed, or simply…

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Six Important Myths and Facts about Child Support

Today’s blog looks at some important myths and facts involving child support payments.   Myth #1: In most cases, a single parent bears the burden of child support. Fact: In…

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Five Things To Remember About Being a Co-Parent

It happens more than any of us want to admit: you marry someone you think you want to spend the rest of your life with, and for whatever reason, it…

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Co-Parenting New Year’s Resolutions for 2018

The New Year can be a time to move on with your life after divorce. Setting some co-parenting resolutions for 2018 can be a way to assist your children in…

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Why January Is Known as Divorce Season

The first month of the year, in the family law sphere, begins Divorce Season. While they will stay high all the way through March, divorce filings spike this month. Many…

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