Do Unmarried Fathers Have Custody Rights?

When an unmarried woman has a child, the mother is legally granted parental responsibility. This means the father has no legal rights to the child without first obtaining a court order. In other words, the courts do not automatically consider…

How Can You Avoid Your Loved Ones Dealing with Probate? 

How Can You Avoid Your Loved Ones Dealing with Probate? Or practice works with families that are going through divorces and child custody battles. We understand the hardship and stress this places on parents and children involved. Family matters are…

Do Both Spouses Need Divorce Lawyers?

Do Both Spouses Need Divorce Lawyers? When couples decide to get a divorce, they may have many questions about the process. Filing for divorce can be time-consuming and frustrating, but there are things you can do to make the process…

Protecting Your Personal Injury Settlement During Divorce

Protecting Your Personal Injury Settlement During Divorce Enduring divorce can be a complicated process that will require you and your soon-to-be-ex to develop agreements around critical aspects of your life. Sorting out custody agreements, assets, and property is often challenging.…

COVID and Long Distance Parent-Time

With many schools shutting down and hospitals running out of capacity due to COVID, the dangers from the resurging number of COVID cases feels more alarming than ever before. The risk of COVID spread is especially high for people traveling…

What Does Divorce Mediation Mean?

By definition, divorce mediation is when two soon-to-be former spouses try to arrive at agreements together with a mediator present. This mediator is to be an unbiased third party that helps the spouses end their marriage in the most amicable…

Utah Family Law Explained: Physical Custody & Parent Time

There are two kinds of child custody in Utah – Legal Custody and Physical Custody. This article addresses Physical Custody. Within the physical custody spectrum, parent time can follow many different parent-time plans. For joint physical custody, Utah courts should…