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March 2017 Archives

Ignition interlock devices are an alternative to a DUI conviction

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers says that ignition interlock devices save lives. Yes, they keep impaired Utah residents from driving drunk, but they save lives in another way. Many individuals charged with DUI are spared the negative effects of a conviction by opting to use an ignition interlock device.

Will Scarlett Johansson be awarded custody in her divorce?

Despite their money and fame, many celebrities deal with the same issues as Utah parents when it comes to their children and the end of their marriages. On the other hand, they also have issues that most parents never face. For example, movie star Scarlett Johansson recently filed for divorce from her husband, Romain Dauriac, and where their daughter will live could be the central issue.

Major change is coming to Utah's DUI laws

The Governor of Utah is set to sign a bill that recently made its way through the state's legislature. The proposed law lowers the state's legal blood alcohol concentration limit to .05 from its current level of .08. If signed by Gov. Herbert, the new DUI law would go into effect on Dec. 30, 2018. 

Assets in divorce: Now you see them; now you don't?

Provo, West Valley City and other Utah regions pretty much follow the rest of the nation when it comes to divorce. Even highly successful business people (like you, perhaps) go through the process. In fact, many currently face various challenges surrounding issues such as child custody and the protection of assets. The latter can be a major obstacle, especially if you suspect your soon-to-be former spouse of criminal behavior.

Utah couples can put their children first in a divorce

Being a parent is often a challenging job under the best of circumstances. When a couple decides to divorce, parenting can become even more of a challenge. The first challenge many Utah couples face is how to put their children first through all of the changes that occur during and after the process.

Dividing investments in a divorce could be risky

If you have an investment portfolio like many other Utah residents, you more than likely carefully grew it and took calculated risks during your marriage with the intention of it providing benefits to you and your spouse. Now that you are in the process of getting a divorce, dividing those investments could prove more risky than making them. Finding a fair and equitable way to divide these particular assets could be a challenge.

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