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We understand that children are the most important aspects relating to divorce. We will work tirelessly to help resolve any child support disputes to minimize the negative effects of divorce on your children while helping you to protect your relationship with your child or children. Let us go to work for you to help make the transition as smooth as possible.
Child custody issues are profoundly important and complicated. Therefore, a competent and experienced Utah child custody attorney is critical. We work tirelessly to help you protect your relationships with your children. We understand your rights and we also understand that in the case of fathers, the law in Utah is stacked against you in custody issues. We know how to even the playing field. We have successfully won custody–even the when the odds have been against us. Let us help you protect your relationships.
When the parties cannot agree and a court must determine custody issues, it will consider the following factors:
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Child support in Utah is based on a formula that can easily be calculated if the income of both spouses is known. You can use the calculator at Office of Recovery Services locate at Office of Recovery Services – (utah.gov).
Your property will be categorized as either a non-maritital asset or a marital asset. If the property was acquired during the marriage it will generally be a martial asset.
Each party will receive their separate property. Marital property will generally be divided equitably.
Alimony is a remedy awarded to help a financially weaker spouse become self-sufficient. In Utah alimony is discretionary and is not awarded in every case. Factors that a court will consider in determining if alimony should be awarded and if so how much includes:
Each party typically is responsible for his or her own legal expenses and costs associated with divorce. In some case, the court may award attorney’s fees.
In Utah if the divorce is contested (an answer is filed), then mediation is required. In some cases more than one mediation will be necessary to resolve all the issues.