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Ogden Divorce Attorney Offers Post-Divorce Modification Services

Ogden, Utah (July 25, 2013) – Noted Ogden divorce attorney Kenneth W. Burton of Burton Law Firm is offering post-divorce modification services to help clients amend a previous settlement. In doing so, the practice ensures that the best interests of their clients continue to be met, even as changing circumstances in the life of either divorced party […]

Utah Family Law Practice Offers Assistance in Paternity Disputes

Ogden, Utah (July 25, 2013) – Burton Law Firm, a trusted Utah family law practice, is offering to uphold the rights of fathers by assisting them in paternity disputes. By providing the service, they aim to guide their clients and help them overcome the complexities of paternal issues. After having moved on from a previous relationship, […]

Burton Law Firm Shares Information on How Utah Custody Laws Work

Ogden, Utah (July 25, 2013) – Burton Law Firm is sharing information on how Utah custody laws work for the benefit of parents seeking to win custody of their children. Highly regarded for their dedication to family law, the firm explains the factors that affect a court’s decision on who may raise or decide for a child. […]

Burton Law Firm Offers Legal Assistance in Utah Child Support Issues

Ogden, Utah (July 25, 2013) – Burton Law Firm is providing legal counsel and representation for people facing Utah child support issues. These issues include financial assistance and child support modification. After a divorce or separation, it is the legal responsibility of an estranged parent to provide financial support to his or her child. Utah law […]

Utah Divorce Lawyers Help Clients Get Fair Spousal Support Settlements

Ogden, Utah (July 24, 2013) – The family law attorneys at Burton Law Firm are helping clients get fair spousal support settlements in Utah divorce cases. They provide personalized legal counsel and representation throughout the complex process. Under the law, a person may be obligated to provide financial support, or alimony, to his or her spouse […]