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July 2014 Archives

Pets, asset division and a Utah divorce

Nearly 1,500 members of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers were polled recently regarding pets. About 25 percent of those polled have seen a rise in the number of divorce cases involving which party gets custody of the family pet. As these numbers continue to increase, it may be necessary for state laws, including those here in Utah, to treat pets as more than simple asset division in family law.

Utah man is facing charges for DUI-related deaths

The Utah Highway Patrol recently reported a tragedy that befell a family of four on their way out-of-state for the weekend to go camping. As the family headed west on Interstate 80, another vehicle approached from the east in their vehicle's lanes of traffic. The driver in that eastbound car was arrested and is now charged in connection with the alleged DUI-related deaths of three of the four family members in the head-on collision that resulted from the man driving the wrong way.

Prenuptial agreement can be thrown out in a Utah divorce

Prenuptial agreements have gained popularity in recent years. They are touted as an amicable agreement between a couple that will protect them both in the event of a divorce and keep any confrontations to a minimum. However, there are some agreements that may be thrown out by the Utah courts for a variety of reasons.

Utah driver accused of driving under the influence of alcohol

Recently, a man leaving a restaurant in a Utah township supposedly lost control of his vehicle, which sent it barreling through the front of another eating establishment in the same business complex. Police were called to the location at approximately 3:43 a.m. When they arrived, they suspected the man behind the wheel of the pickup truck with driving under the influence of alcohol.

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