The Pros and Cons of a Prenuptial Agreement

Some couples preparing for their vows choose to add a prenuptial agreement, also known as a prenup, to their marriage. These agreements are a legally binding contract between spouses to determine how assets, property, and debts will be divided if the couple were to divorce. Contrary to popular belief, prenups are not only for the […]

Utah and Grounds for Divorce

When one party files for divorce, they must provide the court with grounds for divorce, further complicating this already stressful process. There are many reasons for divorce; however, the cause must come down to whether the courts consider it an adequate reason. In other words, you must show the court that your marriage has irreversibly […]

Infidelity and Divorce

When a couple first gets married, they don’t foresee infidelity and divorce in their futures; sadly, sometimes divorce is their best option. Infidelity is one of the more painful and devastating forms of betrayal in a marriage. The trust and bond between spouses often diminish when one spouse is unfaithful, and recovering from these situations […]

3 Ways to Make Your Divorce as Smooth as Possible

If you and your spouse are considering splitting, there are steps you can take to make your divorce as smooth as possible.  Individuals entering a marriage do not ever anticipate it ending in divorce. However, over 780,000 marriages ended in divorce in 2018. The end of any relationship, especially a marriage, is incredibly difficult and […]

Which Parent Gets Custody of the Children?

Navigating a divorce can be overwhelming and stressful for everyone involved, especially when children are in the equation. Custody and visitation issues are extremely sensitive and complicated, and determining who gets custody of your children is a serious matter that the courts do not take lightly. So, which parent will get custody of your children? […]

Adopted Children and Divorce

Divorce is a challenging process for everyone involved, especially children. It can be even more difficult for adopted children because the separation of a family unit can amplify the difficulties faced by an adopted child. It is not uncommon for an adopted child to feel as though they do not “belong” in the family, regardless […]

Infertility and Divorce

When you get married and elect to begin your family, you likely have certain expectations and dreams you wish to see come to fruition. But when medical reasons stop this ideal from becoming a reality, it can send your relationship spiraling. The heavy toll infertility can take on your marriage can result in marital problems […]

What Will Happen To My Pet After My Divorce?

If you have a pet, it probably feels as though they are part of the family. These four-legged family members are often affectionately referred to as “fur-babies” and are as much a part of the family as any of the two-legged members. They offer an incredible amount of comfort and love, especially to those going […]