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April 2017 Archives

Avoid these mistakes when getting a divorce

No two families are the same, so the challenges facing each family when a marriage ends are unique. However, there are some commonalities among most divorces, whether here in Utah or elsewhere. People also make some common mistakes during the divorce process that could ultimately cost them dearly.

Protecting your child in a complex child custody case

The news is filled with stories of couples who successfully co-parent their children. Those stories make it seem as though the days of going to court should be behind parents, including those here in Utah, in favor of coming to an amicable child custody arrangement on their own. While that often serves the best interests of the children in many cases, there are instances where going to court is the only way to protect a child and his or her best interests.

Important information if you drive through Utah on spring break

If you plan to travel Utah roadways during spring break, you'll want to know about this state's traffic laws and regulations. In fact, familiarizing yourself with traffic laws in every destination location you'll encounter typically makes for a good driving habit. Unfortunately, police officers interrupt many college student vacations when they pull drivers over and charge them with drunk driving. Going to jail obviously isn't on your spring break itinerary. Thankfully, ways to avoid the problem exist.

Weber County gives new DUI program a test drive

Just being arrested for driving under the influence could cost some people their driver's licenses. This jeopardizes their ability to work and take care of their families. Perhaps a new DUI program that Weber County is taking for a test drive will help rectify this problem.

Utah doesn't recognize pets as family in a divorce

After taking care of a pet, playing with it and loving it, Utah residents treat them like family. If a couple decides to divorce, the fate of the family pet is uncertain. Under current law, the courts consider pets to be property, just as they would a couch or desk.

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