The Mad Hatter Rules of Civil Procedure

Matt Wadsworth of Arnold & Wadsworth was recently published in the peer review magazine of Attorneys at Law, a publication serving the entire state of Utah on a myriad of subjects. The article discusses a few of the civil procedure paradoxes that abound in family law cases. To read the article click here […] Read More

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Arnold & Wadsworth verse Cragun Law Firm

Last week, Jarom Bishop of Cragun Law Firm P.C., lost to partner, Matt Wadsworth, at a evidentiary hearing on a temporary restraining order. The case, Gusstaveson v. Gustaveson, held before Judge Dawson of the 2nd District Court in Bountiful held Mr. Bishop's client's attempt to change custody by filing a motion for temporary restraining order. […] Read More


Advice for Dads When Fighting for Child Custody

If you’re a father looking to obtain joint or sole custody of your child or children, you are likely in need of some high-quality counsel—this can be an extremely stressful time, to say the least. When it comes to child custody battles, there is a lot of conflicting information out there, but the expert attorneys […] Read More


Pros and Cons of Involving a Lawyer in Your Divorce

Divorce is often a stressful and unhappy experience for both the partners and other members of the family. If not handled properly, financial, legal and emotional consequences of the process can impact the rest of your life. You and your partner should, therefore, take time to understand and interpret the laws correctly and consider all […] Read More


Utah Supreme Court Update, Baird v. Baird, March 7, 2014

INTRODUCTION ​The Utah Supreme Court decided Baird v. Baird on March 7, 2014. In this case, the Court clarified the approach to determining whether a party has suffered “emotional distress” for purposes of obtaining a stalking injunction. Proof of the element of emotional distress is necessary to obtain a stalking injunction under Utah’s Stalking Statute. […] Read More