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June 2016 Archives

Utah man arrested for driving under the influence of drugs

Few Utah residents know how they would react in an emergency situation. Where some people might be able to keep their wits about them and call for emergency services, others might react by attempting to get an injured person to medical help on their own. This is what one man was doing when he was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.

Tax issues when splitting retirement accounts in a Utah divorce

The thoughts of Utah couples who are ending their marriages often turn to the division of their property. What they need to know is that there is more to consider than just who will receive which assets in the divorce. Many people fail to take the time to look at the tax implications associated with the division of certain assets.

Most DUI or DWI defenses begin with the traffic stop

The first contact that many drivers who are suspected of being impaired behind the wheel have with Utah law enforcement officials is through a traffic stop. Once an officer has pulled you over, he or she will automatically begin assessing you to determine whether you are impaired. However, a mere suspicion is not necessarily enough to arrest you for DUI or DWI.

Divorce affects insurance along with every other financial issue

Utah residents who are ending their marriages are often told that their financial lives will be changed forever, but they might not realize exactly what that means. One of the areas that some people might neglect to consider during the divorce process is insurance. This includes life, health and car insurance, among others.

Some ways spouses attempt to hide assets in a divorce

When it looks like a Utah marriage is going to end, some people decide that they do not want to have to share certain assets with their spouses. They may begin a campaign to convert and hide assets in an attempt to keep them from being part of the marital estate. If this is the case in your divorce, finding those assets will become a priority.

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