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September 2018 Archives

Facing DUI charge, Utah man may find legal info useful

Car accidents often lead authorities to ask many questions, particularly about how the incident took place. Interviews with drivers, passengers and witnesses tend to take place, and officers may even take steps to determine whether any of the drivers were intoxicated at the the time of the incidents. If police do believe that alcohol played a role, it is possible for DUI charges to result.

Relocation, parent death may lead to child custody modifications

For many Utah parents, the hardest part of their divorce cases may have been learning the terms of their custody orders. It is common for parents to have a set idea of how they want the child custody arrangements to look, but the court may not always agree with their arguments. If parents are unhappy with the order or experience a change in circumstances, they may have reason to seek modifications.

Divorce can be stressful on Utah parents and kids

While many Utah residents may have dreamed of their happily ever after when they got married, it is likely that a considerable number of them came to realize that their marriages would not help them reach achieve that dream. Marital issues can plague any relationship, and it is common for divorce to result. Of course, parents may find the situation even more difficult as they try to help their kids through the process as well.

Utah man likely focused on DUI defense options after accident

Many people feel lost at some point in their lives. Some individuals may feel particularly lost after having DUI charges brought against them. They may wonder how they ended up in this situation and how they will be able to address it as best as possible. Fortunately, assistance is available for parties in this type of predicament.

Seeking support modifications when circumstances change

Divorce will initiate various significant changes in a person's life, and these changes do not always stop simply because the process is final. The alterations in your parenting, lifestyle and finances can continue for years to come. For some in Utah, these changes can affect a person's ability to abide by the terms of a support order. 

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