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February 2015 Archives

New bill could affect alimony for Utah's stay-at-home parents

Many Utah couples make the determination that one parent will stay home to raise the children while the other works. This arrangement may work well while the parties are married, but, in the event of a divorce, it could become problematic -- particularly for the parent who stayed at home. The stay-at-home parent could find him or herself at a financial disadvantage without receiving alimony.

Dividing the family business in a Utah divorce

The U.S. Census Bureau's data indicates that somewhere in the neighborhood of 3.7 million business across the nation are owned by a husband and wife together. Those couples here in Utah who are part of that statistic most likely understand all too well that when the marriage is working, the business usually is as well. However, when a couple decides to divorce, the fate of the business is uncertain.

Not all child custody matters involve divorcing parents

Thousands of couples across the country and here in Utah have children together without being married. If the relationship ends, dealing with child custody issues can quickly become complicated. Just because a man is listed on the birth certificate, it does not mean that he has any parental rights or responsibilities when it comes to his child.

Police assume man was driving under the influence of alcohol

Accidents happen for a variety of reasons, many of which are not related to the use of alcohol or drugs. Despite this fact, a man is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol after a bizarre accident in a Utah neighborhood. Authorities are awaiting the results of a blood alcohol test to determine whether their suspicions were correct.

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