Divorce Papers Utah Every bоdу knоwѕ divоrсе iѕ еxреnѕivе, раrtiсulаrlу if сhildrеn and multiрlе рrореrtiеѕ аnd аѕѕеtѕ are invоlvеd. Some реорlе, with or withоut any legal background, filе their оwn divоrсе рареrѕ in оrdеr tо ѕаvе money. Uѕuаllу, a реrѕоn gеtting divоrсе hirеѕ a lawyer tо rерrеѕеnt him or hеrѕеlf and do thе dirtу wоrk.… Continue reading Divorce Papers Utah
Divorce Settlement Agreements And Court Approval The divorce has been hard enough, and now there might be a trial? Trials may look good on television, but in most cases a settlement outside of court proceedings can be a better way to go. If you and your spouse can agree on the important issues in your… Continue reading Divorce Settlement Agreements And Court Approval
Divorce Mediator VS Attorney The bеnеfitѕ to divоrсе mediation, аѕ аn alternative tо litigаtiоn, аrе mаnу. Firѕt аnd fоrеmоѕt, mеdiаtiоn hеlрѕ рrеvеnt your family frоm bеing tоrn араrt in thе process оf divorce. Juѕt bесаuѕе уоu аnd уоur ѕроuѕе hаvе decided tо divоrсе doesn’t mеаn that уоu hаvе tо go to wаr, уеt litigаtiоn, by… Continue reading Divorce Mediator VS Attorney
Debt And Marriage: When Do I Owe My Spouse’s Debts? Whether you and your spouse are responsible for paying each other’s debts will depend primarily on where you live. If your state follows common law property rules, spouses are only liable for their own debts, with a few exceptions. For instance, both spouses must pay… Continue reading Debt And Marriage: When Do I Owe My Spouse’s Debts?
Consequences Of Divorce? Divorce can be a difficult time for a family. Not only are the parents realizing new ways of relating to each other, but they are learning new ways to parent their children. When parents’ divorce, the effects of divorce on children can vary. Some children react to divorce in a natural and… Continue reading Consequences Of Divorce?
Cohabitation And Its Effect On Rise In Divorce Rate According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, divorce rates in Utah is among the lowest nationwide. With the exception of people over the age of 50, who are getting divorced more often than younger couples, divorce rates in Utah have continued to drop… Continue reading Cohabitation And Its Effect On Rise In Divorce Rate
Changing Your Name After Divorce There are a number of different things you can do to make it easier for you to change your last name after a divorce. First of all, if the divorce is not yet final, you can request it in the divorce decree. If you have already been divorced for a… Continue reading Changing Your Name After Divorce
Can We Use A Prenup To Keep Child Support Payments Reasonable? When a couple decides to marry, their thoughts very naturally turn to happy things—like the well-wishes of family and friends, wedding planning, and dreams of a warm and romantic honeymoon destination. But before they marry, it’s prudent for each prospective spouse to consider his… Continue reading Can We Use A Prenup To Keep Child Support Payments Reasonable?
Can I Request Alimony After Divorce Proceedings Are Complete Even when divorce is for the best, it can make a person feel as though their whole life has turned upside down. Going from a two-person income household to two different one-person income households can also be a significant financial change for both former spouses. If… Continue reading Can I Request Alimony After Divorce Proceedings Are Complete
Can I Pay Alimony Directly To My EX? You endured the stresses and difficulties of divorce proceedings and fought to ensure that you got the alimony you felt you deserved. But your ex is now simply ignoring the requirement and not making their payments to you. What can you do? Here are the steps you… Continue reading Can I Pay Alimony Directly To My EX?