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Utah Divorce Attorneys

Helping You Move on With Your Life after Divorce

Going through a divorce is difficult for everyone involved. At Burton Attorneys at Law, our goal is to help our clients navigate their divorce cases with knowledge and compassion so they can focus on their families.

Family Law is all our firm does and we will work to help you reach a fair resolution of all issues that may be a part of your divorce, including:

  • Achieving an equitable division of assets and debts such as real estate, automobiles, savings accounts, 401(k) plans, pension benefits, and business interests.
  • If you have children, determine the custodial arrangement and draft a custody and visitation agreement that is in the best interests of your children.
  • Determining fair child support and spousal support payments after your divorce.

Don't Go Through Divorce Alone

Going through a divorce is a challenging and emotionally charged experience, and having a skilled divorce attorney by your side can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. Here’s how a divorce attorney can help guide and support you through this complex legal process:

A seasoned divorce attorney brings extensive knowledge of family law and divorce regulations. They understand the intricacies of the legal system, ensuring that your case is approached with accuracy and expertise. This knowledge is crucial for interpreting and navigating the complex divorce laws specific to your jurisdiction.

Emotions often run high during divorce proceedings, making it challenging to make clear-headed decisions. A divorce attorney provides an objective perspective, helping you assess your situation rationally and make informed choices that align with your long-term interests.

Your divorce attorney is your advocate, working to protect your legal rights and interests. Whether it involves negotiating the terms of child custody, spousal support, or property division, your attorney is dedicated to securing the most favorable outcomes on your behalf.

Contact Us Today

When determining how personal and real property is to be divided it is essential that each party is fully informed and that all property is properly disclosed. The disclosure rules in the state of Utah are specific and intended to help you understand what property needs to be divided, its value and where it is located. The discovery and division of all personal and real property in a divorce, and understand it completely, is often one of the greatest challenges in a divorce. Often this involves more than just simple assets and may include complex assets such as stocks, business interests, real estate transactions, etc.

The attorneys at Burton Attorneys at Law understand well the issues surrounding the division of real and personal property. Our firm has handled hundreds of cases ranging from simple to complex. Family law is all we do and that means we know the law relating to divorce and specifically the division of real and personal property. Let an experienced family law attorney at our firm sit down with you today to discuss your divorce needs.