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Divorce becomes more complicated with false claims of abuse

Ending a marriage is complicated. Even if Utah residents want to divorce amicably, they can still face setbacks. When the situation is contentious and involves false accusations, the legal proceedings can become even more complicated. Often, parents who want sole custody of their children or who simply want to seek revenge on the other party may carry out unseemly actions in efforts to reach their desired outcomes.

Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects a multitude of people. Unfortunately, some individuals may make false claims of domestic abuse in efforts to make a spouse look bad during divorce proceedings. These claims could lead to orders of protection and put the accused party in a negative light, which could greatly influence child custody outcomes or other factors in divorce cases.

If a person is determined to make false accusations, he or she could take a seemingly minor incident and blow it out of proportion in hopes of making the situation look worse than it was. These claims may not only lead to difficulties during the divorce proceedings, but they could also result in an accused person potentially facing jail time. As a result, an individual's life could become more complicated very quickly.

Some people may think that fighting against false accusations, especially ones that have resulted in protective orders, is a losing battle. However, that does not have to be the case. Accused Utah residents can take the time to find their best legal routes for defending against such claims and allowing the truth to come out. It can be immensely difficult to have to take such action during divorce cases, but legal advocates may be able to help.

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