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August 2016 Archives

It might not be finances that lead to divorce

Money matters are often cited as the reason for the end of marriages here in Utah and around the country. The more couples argue about financial issues, the greater the possibility of divorce. This might make sense, but is it accurate? One study claims that it is not necessarily money that leads to divorce, but it is a couple's division of labor that is a greater predictor. 

Driver faces charges of vehicular homicide and DUI after crash

At approximately 4 a.m. on a recent Thursday morning, police responded to the scene of a single-vehicle accident. The driver is now facing criminal charges in connection with the crash, including vehicular homicide and DUI. Allegedly, the woman's blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit of .08 here in Utah.

How is alimony determined in Utah?

Going from one household to two when a marriage ends often puts a strain on the available monetary resources of the parties. If one spouse will be at a financial disadvantage after the divorce, he or she might be able to obtain alimony. Utah's courts use several factors to determine the amount and duration of the payments.

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