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December 2012 Archives

Despite firing, ex-Utah trooper trying to testify in DUI trials

Readers probably recall our discussion of the former Utah Highway Patrol officer who was caught lying about the circumstances of her DUI arrests. We last wrote about the case on Nov. 15, at which time UHP was expected to fire her from the force for exaggerating about the intoxication level of those she arrested, perjury and other examples of misconduct.

Divorcing someone who is in love with their reflection, part II

In our previous blog post, we discussed the prospect of being married to a narcissist and seeking to divorce him or her in Utah. Divorce can be difficult in any situation, but when your spouse is unable to consider the feelings of anybody but him- or herself, the process can become drawn-out, contentious and highly emotionally charged.

Divorcing someone who is in love with their reflection, part I

Most of us in Ogden have heard the term "narcissism," but what exactly does it mean to be a narcissist? More than being merely vain or somewhat arrogant, narcissism is a personality disorder that makes a person completely self-centered and incapable of feeling empathy for anyone else -- including spouses. As you might imagine, getting a divorce from a narcissist is frequently a difficult task.

Utah court sides with birth father in child custody case

The judge in a bizarre and emotional child custody case has ruled that a 1-year-old girl who was adopted by a Utah couple must be returned to her birth father. The judge found that the girl's birth mother gave her up for adoption without her husband's knowledge or consent, violating his parental rights and invalidating the adoption.

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