Mediation Failed Over A Baseball Generally, before a case can move toward a final resolution at trial, the parties have to attempt mediation. Mediation can be a wonderful tool in a disputed case and can often be very successful, however, it isn’t uncommon for parties to nearly come to an agreement but become gridlocked on one issue….

Staying Involved in Your Kids Lives After Divorce Depending on your situation and the custody agreement you work out in court, you may be seeing less of your kids after you divorce than you used to. That doesn’t mean you can’t stay involved in your kids’ lives and continue to be an important parent figure…

Easing the Pain of Divorce Going through a divorce is not simple or easy for anyone involved. You may be dealing with the backlash from the people around you as they react to the news, and you will certainly have a lot to work through with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, or at least with their attorney….

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…

How You Can Help Your Divorce Lawyer Do a Good Job As soon as you’re certain that a divorce is imminent, it is of the utmost importance that you hire Burton Law Firm. We will help you to navigate through the tedious and often confusing divorce process. This process can be complex and may take a long…

The Dangers of Facebook in Child Custody Battles Facebook has completely changed the way we share information, in both positive and negative ways.  It has allowed people to stay connected with old friends, but it has also allowed others to obtain information about us that we didn’t intend.  One area in which we are seeing the potential…

Bankruptcy in Divorce When viewing your debt obligations contained in a divorce decree, you may be able to discharge your liability to your creditors, because they will never know that your obligations were contained in a divorce decree, but your liability to your ex-spouse will never go away. If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have a…

How to Divide Property in a Divorce? A question often posed of divorce attorneys in Utah is “How do we divide the property?”  Most property which a husband and wife accumulate during their marriage is considered marital property and, thus, needs to be divided in a divorce decree.  However, some property is considered non-marital, meaning it belongs to one…