My Friend’s Divorce Was Easy—Why Isn’t Mine? Each divorce is unique. Many factors play into the length and difficulty of a case, including how contested each matter becomes. Some of the factors that can affect the difficulty of your case include: Number and age of children Income of parties Assets of parties Debts of the…

What is a Custody Evaluation? During a case involving custody, if a dispute over custody arises or if the parents have serious concerns about the other party’s ability to parent, a custody evaluation may be necessary. Custody evaluations, or parenting evaluations as they are sometimes called, are often court-appointed, but can also be requested by either…

It’s National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Utah Domestic violence, in Utah and many other places, is a pervasive problem that we must all be aware of. The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence reports that 1 out of every 3 women in Utah is a victim. That’s higher than the national average of 1 victim out…