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September 2017 Archives

Written records may prove useful in high-conflict Utah divorce

When dealing with the difficulties of ending a marriage, it may seem like there are few options for getting through the process quickly and amicably. This feeling may be even more prevalent for individuals who are dealing with a spouse with a high-conflict personality. These parties often want to make the divorce process or any other situation more difficult, but there are ways that could help move proceedings along.

Meaningful defense may benefit Utah man facing DUI charge

One man in Utah will undoubtedly be exploring his defense options after recently being charged. Reports stated that the man was allegedly behind the wheel of a vehicle that crashed into a home. Emergency crews arrived at the scene, and the man was taken to an area hospital due to suffering injuries in the incident. However, he was also under suspicion for DUI.

Undisclosed expectations could contribute to divorce in Utah

For many Utah residents, marriage acts as a significant change in their lives. Though numerous people see this change as a positive one, some individuals could also notice that they and their spouses may not get along as they had hoped. As a result, divorce often comes about for parties who realize that they do not see eye-to-eye with their spouses.

Should you consider a prenuptial agreement?

No one gets married thinking that it will ultimately end in divorce. For this reason, many Utah couples fail to think about how to protect their interests in case this happens. It may not seem romantic, but it can be advantageous to consider the benefits of drafting a prenuptial agreement. 

Amicable divorce may be possible for some Utah residents

When many Utah residents think about potentially ending their marriages, they may worry about the conflict that such an event could create. Though many people do face contentious divorce proceedings, not all individuals have to go through unnecessary difficulties as they dissolve their marriages. In fact, some parties could move forward agreeably if they have the ability to work well together.

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