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March 2014 Archives

Judge's child custody ruling based on multiple factors

Judges are tasked with determining the best interests of a child when making custody rulings. Any Utah parent who has ended up in court over custody of his or her children knows that a variety of issues can affect a judge's decision. Some parents attempt to keep certain personal matters out of a child custody battle, but nevertheless, those issues often find their way into the courtroom

Utah divorce settlements can be enforced even years later

The decisions that Utah couples make when they end their marriages are ones they will have to live with for years to come. The terms of a divorce settlement are binding on both parties. If one party fails to comply with the terms of that agreement, the other party may return to court to request further orders from the court.

Utah Supreme Court gives father chance at child custody

An Iraqi war veteran found out in 2009 that he was going to be a father. Throughout his ex-girlfriend's pregnancy, he provided her with support for her and her other children, and he looked forward to being involved in his child's life. Toward the end of her pregnancy, the mother of his child dashed his hopes of sharing child custody when she disappeared.

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