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February 2019 Archives

Most Utah residents want to lessen stress during divorce

Ending a marriage is a major life change. Unfortunately, this particular change can bring with it stress and tension, especially if the divorce does not go amicably. However, Utah residents can help themselves make it through their cases with less stress and, hopefully, reach agreeable outcomes.

Family law: Divorcing narcissists often means more effort

Each person's divorce is different. Some cases can go incredibly smoothly, and others can seem like a nightmare to complete. When a Utah resident is divorcing a narcissist, his or her case may be more likely to fall into the nightmarish category. Unfortunately, it may also mean that the individual has to fight through every aspect of family law in order to complete the case.

Divorced parents often stay in contact because of child custody

When parents want to do what is best for their children, it often means making certain sacrifices or participating in activities that they would otherwise want to avoid. After a divorce, some Utah parents would likely rather not have to interact with their exes. However, because the children often need both parents in their lives, those parents continue to have a connection with each other and abide by child custody arrangements.

Divorce matters to consider when over 50

As the notion goes, with age comes wisdom. For some Utah residents, that wisdom may mean that they now know that their marriages are no longer allowing them to live the lives they had hoped. Many individuals over the age of 50 are choosing to end their marriages, and it is important to understand various divorce matters that will likely come up.

How to know when it is time to divorce

Do you avoid looking at social media because all your friends constantly post about their happy families? Do you dread receiving wedding invitations because the thought of hearing those vows makes your heart ache? Did you fall asleep last night again, thinking about how different your life would be if you were not married to your spouse?

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