March 2019

How To Survive The First Year After A Divorce

The first year after your divorce will be filled with new experiences, both good and bad. You might have a great time dating again, or you might deal with serious financial setbacks while adjusting to a single income. Whatever obstacles you face, take comfort in knowing you aren’t alone. Up to half of all marriages end in divorce, which means there are several people like you who are learning how to...

Estate Planning Considerations in Utah Divorce

Far and away, the most common wills in Utah (and across America, I would guess) say something like this: If I die before my spouse, all my property goes to him when I die. If my spouse dies before I do, my property goes to my children in equal shares. It’s popular for good reason: it works in a way most people think is fair. But here’s the catching point: the will doesn’t say “my spouse.” The...

Asset Protection in a Utah Divorce

When clients come to our firm, two of their biggest concerns are protecting their assets and of course, avoiding financial ruin. They know that divorce touches bank accounts, savings, retirement accounts, pensions, investments, real estate, and even entire businesses, but to what extent exactly, they’re not entirely sure. In fact, fears of “losing it all” often keep unhappy spouses in bad marriages...

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