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February 2014 Archives

Social security benefits could affect the timing of a divorce

Numerous issues need consideration before making the decision to end a marriage. Once that decision is made, when to file for divorce takes center stage. For Utah couples that are close to reaching their 10-year anniversary, that decision could influence the parties' future in an unexpected way.

Divorce does not have to be a bad experience

Some find it difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel when a marriage ends. The longer a Utah couple is together, the more their identities may be dependent on the other person -- for better or worse. Sometimes, this makes it difficult to focus on what comes after the divorce process is complete.

Utah fire district captain pleads guilty to misdemeanor DUI

On Aug. 21 of last year, police responded to a vehicle accident. One vehicle rear-ended another, the occupants of which suffered unspecified injuries. As police investigated the crash, they formulated a theory that the driver behind the wheel of the first vehicle was impaired. The Utah fire district captain was arrested for DUI, which we originally reported on Sept. 30, 2013 ("Utah fire captain accused of DUI after having accident").

Does a recovering economy mean divorce for Utah couples?

Reports suggest that the economy is on the mend. Many Utah residents may be feeling free to spend money again. Filing for divorce may be an option that some of these individuals are now able to afford. Numerous couples that might not have had enough financial stability to get divorced during the recession may now be opting to end their marriages.

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