Suspended Driver’s License in Utah

When you get a ticket or arrested for a DUI, your drivers license can be suspended. Depending on how many times you have been charged it may also be taken away for a certain amount of time. Do not take your drivers license lightly. Most people need it in order to get to work, pick up your kids from school, and just run basic errands. You can request a drivers license hearing, but you must do it within a certain Read More

Divorce Help in Utah

When filing for a divorce a lot of people turn to the internet for divorce help. This can be dangerous and helpful. The reason it can be helpful is that if you are looking in the right place you can probably have a lot of your general questions answered. The reason why this is dangerous is because if you are not looking in the right place you might do the wrong thing or settle for something less than what you are Read More

What is DUI in Utah?

What is a DUI? This means Driving under the influence. This means that it can mean more than just alcohol. This can even mean prescription drugs. Some states use the term "DWI" but in Utah, it is "DUI". Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins have a team of attorneys that can help you if you have been charged with a DUI in Utah. It does not matter if you have been charged in Ogden or St. George, we can help. We have helped Read More

Principal Paydown Plan

Have you heard the new Chapter 13 proposal? Because the new proposal will take years to be approved by the legislature, the NACBA has made the proposal directly to investors, insurers, and government agencies.  If all of the above agree, it will become real and the strongest tool for bankruptcy filers to remedy their underwater housing problem. The key points of the plan are: The Plan modifies certain undersecured Read More

DUI Laws in the State of Utah

Utah has specific laws concerning DUI and the prosecution of alleged DUI perpetrators. Utah Code 41-6a-502 covers the Utah law concerning driving under the influence. Utah has been known to be aggressive concerning their prosecution of DUI incidents. You need an attorney that knows the laws and understands the ins and outs of how the prosecutors work under Utah's laws. It is not as simple as some lawyers make it seem Read More

Ogden, Utah Divorce Lawyers

Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins Attorneys has a very nice office in Ogden, Utah. It is centrally located right off of Highway 89. We practice family law which includes divorce, child custody, child support, alimony and divorce modification. Times are changing, and the economy has not recovered yet, therefore you may be entitled to have your child support reduced. If you are receiving child support you may want to Read More

Change of Child Custody

Are you battling with your ex-spouse about custody of your child or children? Has there been a substantial change in circumstances that would help you change custody of your children? If so, or if you are wondering if a custody change is possible, you need to call Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins Attorneys for a free consultation to assess your situation. Custody and upbringing of your children is the most important Read More

Salt Lake City DUI Defense Lawyer

Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins Attorneys is located in Salt Lake City, Utah and helps clients that have been charged with a DUI. First thing you need to remember if you have been charged with a DUI is that you are innocent until proven guilty. Make the prosecutor work, make them prove their case. We offer a free consultation so that you can meet with us and bring in your citation. This way we can review your case Read More

Salt Lake City Divorce Attorney

In Salt Lake City, UT, there are a lot of options when it comes to divorce attorneys. At Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins Attorneys, we take the time to fully assess your case and tell you how much we think different steps of your case will take. For example, if your divorce has temporary orders in place it is now time to move to mediation. We will take the time to sit down with you and discuss different mediators and Read More

Best Bankruptcy Attorney?

When selecting your attorney, if you are reviewing or consulting with a number of attorneys take care to not select the one that overly pushes you into filing bankruptcy. I see all too often debtors filing with only $5,000 in unsecured debt. Unless some extenuating circumstance exists, this is not in the best interest of the client because it assumes that the client will not incur any other obligations in the near Read More