The Mad Hatter Rules of Civil Procedure

by Matthew Wadsworth “If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?” – Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the […] Read More

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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

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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

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

​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. The […] Read More

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Alimony Case Law Update 01/30/2014, Kidd v. Kidd and Allen v. Allen

UPDATED: January 30, 2014 Below is a synopsis of the recent Utah Appellate Court ruling in Kidd v. Kidd.  Although, at a glance the district appeared to make a number of decisions that were unfounded or in deviation of proper legal standards, the Appellate court found that the District Court actually considered the evidence in […] Read More

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