Will I Lose Custody for lack of Child Support Payment? Child support is an argumentative issue between divorcing parents. But once the court has ordered you to pay support, you are legally bound by this directive and must make all the payments until the order is terminated or modified. If you should not, there can…

Who Gets the House? Divorce and Home Ownership Divorce brings up a whole bunch of questions. One of them being “Who gets the house?” Usually, the house is the couple’s largest asset, it’s also often the asset with the most emotional attachment. After all, this is the place you and your spouse decided that was…

Have you ever heard of the phrase “pit bull” attorney? Perhaps you have heard someone say that they want an attorney who is a “pit bull”.  Undoubtedly when someone says this they mean that they want an attorney who isn’t afraid to fight for their rights.  Images arise in their head of someone going after…

Things your Family Law Attorney Can do for you For some people, the prospect of working with an attorney for legal issues comes naturally.  For others, attorneys may seem cold, or intimidating and may even consider handling the legal issue on their own.  While we can completely understand this sentiment (especially if this is your…

Part 4 of 5 questions you should ask a Utah divorce attorney This is the fourth part on our series of questions that may be relevant to your divorce case during your initial consultation.   These are questions that are typically asked, or areas that are often confusing to newcomers to family law matters.  Part I,…

Part 3 of 5 questions you should ask a Utah divorce attorney This is the third part on our series of questions you want to ask your Salt Lake City divorce attorney during the initial meeting or consultation.  Part I and Part II are available online, and we are going to complete the series in…

Part 2 of 5 questions you should ask a Utah divorce attorney This is the second of a 5 part overview of the essential questions that every client should consider asking a divorce attorney during their consultation.  Part I is avaliable now, and the future posts will be avaliable shortly.  As stated before, the main…

Part 1 of 5 questions you should ask a Utah divorce attorney Over the following couple of weeks, we will concentrate on the inquiries you should ask you’re a divorce attorney.  Ideally, these questions should take place during a consultation, or as you are making decisions about which attorney you are going to work with. …

Deck the Halls with Divorce As the song goes, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year…”. But you may be asking yourself why you feel so awful. December is a month that many people consider their future and what it entails. This may include reflecting on your marriage. If you’re considering divorce, you aren’t alone….

What Is a “Simple” Utah Divorce? Often potential clients call and think they just need a quick appointment to understand the basic process of divorce. Phrases like “it’s a simple divorce”, “I don’t want this to go to court, we’ll just keep it civil” and “this should be an easy case” are spoken all too often…