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December 2015 Archives

Child custody across state lines can come down to jurisdiction

Not all Utah couples who are going through a divorce will end up living in the same state. This means that jurisdictional issues can complicate child custody matters. Making sure that the right court has jurisdiction over the matter from the beginning is crucial. Otherwise, there could come a point in the process where the judge rules that the case is not being heard in the proper venue, which would mean having to start over in another court.

Numerous issues need to be resolved during a divorce

When a Utah couple decides to end their marriage, that is only the beginning of a process that can take weeks, if not months. Depending on a couple's circumstances, there are a multitude of issues that need to be resolved before the divorce is officially finalized. Making sure that all of the relevant issues are dealt with could take some planning and patience.

Driver in wrong-way crash suspected of DUI

According to the Utah Highway Patrol, a three-car accident occurred at around 4:20 p.m. on Dec. 2. One of the drivers somehow ended up heading south in the northbound lanes. Troopers believe that driver was impaired at the time and expect he will be investigated for DUI and driving the wrong direction on the roadway.

An uncontested divorce can save you time and money

Even if a Utah couple is not exactly friendly as they end their marriage, that does not mean that they have to participate in a contentious court battle. An uncontested divorce can save the parties both time and money. There are other added benefits of coming to an agreement outside the courtroom as well.

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