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Will the Mother Always Win Sole Custody?

It's a common misconception that mothers always win in custody battles. However, there is no guarantee that a particular parent will be awarded custody of their child. The outcome of a custody case can depend on many factors, including: • The laws of the state where the lawsuit is filed. • The strength of each parent's legal argument. • The evidence presented to the court. • In some...

How To Protect Yourself Throughout Your Divorce

When going through a divorce, it is important to protect yourself and your assets. Here are some tips to help you do just that: 1. Hire an experienced Utah divorce attorney. A good divorce attorney will guide you through the process and help protect your interests. They will also be able to advise you on what steps to take to protect your assets. 2. Keep track of your finances. It is important to...

8 Signs Your Should Consider a Divorce

Divorce is a difficult decision to make, but sometimes it is the best option for a couple. Here are 8 signs that you should consider a divorce: 1. You are constantly fighting. If you and your spouse are constantly arguing, it might be time to end the relationship. Constant fighting can lead to stress and tension in the home, which can be harmful to both you and your children. 2. One or both of you...

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Pedestrian Accidents in Utah: 101

Choose the right Utah Pedestrian Accident AttorneyHave you been injured as a pedestrian in Utah, it's essential that you hire the right lawyer for your pedestrian accident. Spend time interviewing lawyers and find that one that has hundreds of cases like yours or an attorney that will fight for you. Contact Utah Personal Injury Attorneys to get a free quote today. Difference Between Pedestrian Accidents...

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Top 5 Most Common Personal Injury Cases in Utah

Slip and FallMost of us have tripped and fallen while walking. In most cases, these things happen for many reasons, such as: Not paying attention at surroundings;Carrying heavy objects;Couldn't see;or Distracted by your phone.These slips and falls usually result in minor injuries like bruises and scrapes. However, Slip and Fall cases deal with fully aware victims usually put in unsafe walking conditions...

5 Mistakes To Avoid During Your Divorce

Our attorneys have represented many clients going through a divorce. We know it is a tough process for many. Avoiding some mistakes can make your divorce go quicker and smoother, so you can swiftly make a transition to divorced life. Here are some of the top mistakes our clients should avoid making during their divorce: Not Listening to Advice If you have hired an attorney, listen to their guidance....

Why is my divorce taking so long?

Do you know that the average divorce process takes around 12 to 18 months? If you are in a divorce that has gone longer than 18 months, you may be wondering, "what's the hold up?" Our expert family law attorneys have compiled a list of the top reasons why divorce proceedings are extended, so you don't end up making these same mistakes. Not Knowing What You Want If you and your spouse meet to make...

Winter Driving Safety Tips

Here we are again - the holiday season is upon us. What a spectacular time of the year. Family, friends, joy, and love. While traveling to visit loved ones or perhaps trying to conquer the myriad of holiday errands we have, please utilize care and caution - primarily if some of Utah's "Greatest Snow on Earth" is covering the roadways. A few extra minutes of your time may prove to be invaluable. Below are...

Termination of Parental Rights

When getting a divorce a major concern is that of the welfare of minor children.  Their needs, health, happiness, benefit and well-being must be considered and put above other considerations.  After all, children cannot address these issues for themselves and we as parents and adults need to ensure children's needs are met and their welfare is protected.  What options do you have when you believe your...

Military Divorce Laws

Military members and their spouses can file for a divorce in many ways, including the state where the nonmilitary spouse resides, the state where the military member is stationed, or the state where the military member claims legal residency. Though military divorce follows the most common divorce procedures as civilians, there are some noticeable differences.  Active duty military is protected under...

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