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7 Deadly Sins of Divorce

Divorce is a difficult and trying event that leaves you feeling lost, drained, and exhausted. However, you can make the entire process flow more easily by understanding how tiny issues…

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How to Enjoy the Holiday Season On Years You Don’t Have Your Kids

  With Utah divorce rates running higher than the US average, many parents will feel the effect of divorce this holiday season. Whether you share child custody or are currently…

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The Legal Relationship Between Adultery and Divorce in Utah

Divorce is an unfortunate, complicated circumstance that no one hopes to go through. But, with 40 to 50 percent of marriages ending in divorce, it’s an inevitable one for many.…

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Settle or Litigate? Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce in Utah

Going through any type of divorce in Utah can be one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. Not only are you forced to admit that the relationship…

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How will our property be divided in a divorce?

January is a common month for people to initiate divorces. Many who do so believe that they should start the New Year with a new life…without their spouse. But with…

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Should I Negotiate or Litigate My Divorce?

Should you negotiate or Litigate your divorce? Should you hire an attorney? Do you and your spouse communicate? If you and your spouse are on talking terms, it is a…

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Male eating disorders, social acceptance and relationships

Relationships are complicated. It is a pure and simple fact that when two people spend that much time together they get to know one another in detail. They learn what…

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You don’t have to stay in an unhappy marriage to save money

Money is tight these days for a lot of Salt Lake City residents, which is why some spouses fear getting a divorce. The misconception that divorce has to be expensive…

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Utah alimony based on several factors

When alimony laws truly gained traction, it was during a time when men and women lived in what some refer to as “separate spheres.” Essentially, it was a societal expectation…

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