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November 2016 Archives

Witnesses describe stop of suspected DUI driver on I-15

Two men traveling northbound on Interstate 15 had no idea why a Utah Highway Patrol vehicle was slowing down traffic. It was not until they came around a bend that they saw headlights heading toward them in their lane. The wrong-way vehicle was eventually stopped, and its driver was taken into custody on suspicion of DUI.

Enjoying the holidays during or after a divorce is possible

As the holiday season begins, some Utah families are struggling with how they will enjoy them now that the parents are no longer together. For couples who are going through a divorce, this can be an especially stressful time of year since it might feel as if life is in chaos. Fortunately, it is possible to enjoy the holidays and could actually be a blessing in disguise.

Facing charges for DUI? You might still keep your license

Like many Utah residents, you might be under the impression that your license will be suspended once you are pulled over and arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Even if you are facing charges for DUI, you should not make that assumption. Instead, find out what your rights are regarding this administrative penalty because you might be able to keep you license if you act fast.

Proving a spouse is dissipating assets in a Utah divorce

Money remains one of the biggest points of contention for married couples here in Utah and around the country. That contention does not necessarily stop once the parties decide to divorce. In fact, matters could get worse as the parties work to divide the marital estate.

Do you qualify for an annulment instead of a divorce?

Consider the possibility that you married and then discovered some horrifying fact that makes it impossible to remain married. If you do not understand all of your legal options under Utah law, you might simply file for divorce or legal separation. However, there could be a third alternative -- annulment.

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