Divorce

Annulment and Divorce

When a marriage dissolves, there are two ways that it can legally be terminated: annulment and divorce. While annulments and divorce both end a marriage, they differ quite a bit from each other. Today, we are taking a more in-depth look and comparing and contrasting the two. Learn more about the similarities and differences between annulments and divorce below. Annulment vs. Divorce The biggest...

How to Dress for Divorce Court

As superficial as it may seem, how your dress for divorce court matters, and there are unspoken norms to follow. While judging a book by its cover — or being judged on what you wear to your hearing — might seem shallow, it is the way things are. What you choose to wear and how you look can impact the proceedings. Before you get ready for your court date, make sure to read the following to ensure you...

5 Positive Lessons To Learn From Divorce

More often than not, divorce is a difficult and stressful process, but there are many lessons to learn from divorce that can help you recover fast.   It is often accompanied by significant life changes and transitions, on top of overwhelming emotions. Divorce is undoubtedly one of the most serious and painful challenges one faces in life. However, with these hard times come many priceless and...

How to Avoid a Hostile Divorce

Many divorcing couples try to avoid a hostile divorce for the sake of their children because they want a respectful relationship once it’s finalized. However, accomplishing this is easier said than done. Despite what Hollywood portrays in films, divorce does not always need to be an ugly, long, and drawn-out process. Continue scrolling to learn how you can avoid a turbulent divorce. File for...

Utah Divorce Laws That You Need to Know

If you are considering a divorce or are in the midst of one now and live in Utah, it is important to familiarize yourself with Utah divorce laws. Doing your homework in advance can help the process go as smoothly as possible. While the overall divorce process is more or less the same in all 50 states, knowing even the smallest details within our divorce laws can make a world of difference. Continue...

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 broken down and that you require a divorce. Continue reading...

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 is a complicated and upsetting battle. For many, it is not...

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 can take a serious toll on your physical, emotional, and mental...

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 of how well they are treated and loved. Their question of belonging...

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