Women’s Divorce in Utah

Is Child Custody affected by who files first? The answer for women facing divorce in Utah is no. It does not matter who files first for divorce in Utah. It will not affect custody. What will affect custody is the positive or negative role that you play in your children's life. At Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins Attorneys, we have represented women in highly contested divorces that involve assets and custody of Read More

Women’s Rights: Female Divorce Lawyer

At Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins Attorneys, we know that going through a child custody or divorce proceedings can be difficult. We also know that there are attorneys out there that claim to be just for men and their rights. The truth is that the law is the law. We have creative ways that enable women in Utah to be able to afford an attorney through their divorce process including deferment of fees until the divorce Read More

Child Custody in case of Divorce

Child Custody Lawyers Child Custody is probably the most important issue in any divorce or post divorce. The time with your children and custody of them is what means the most. Child Custody in Utah can be a complicated and emotional roller coaster. We have the experience you need to be able to help you with your custody legal process. Utah Child Custody Utah Code Annotated 30-3-10 is titled Custody of children in Read More

Family Lawyers located in Utah

Child Custody Lawyer As Utah Divorce Lawyers in Salt Lake City, we know the importance of your case. We know going through child custody laws in confusing. Child custody should be argued by an attorney that understands the ins and outs of child custody in Utah. We offer a free consultation when it involves divorce, custody, child support, alimony and all family law issues. Give us a call today at (801) 475-0123. Case Read More

What to do with marital debt after a divorce?

Marital Debt After your decree of divorce is signed by the judge and becomes final, what are your options in regards to the debt you are required to take care of? To answer this question you need to read your decree to see if any of your debt obligations are couched in a way that sounds like they are really alimony or child support. Such as, "in the form of alimony, the Petitioner shall be required to pay the Read More

Salt Lake City Family Law Divorce Attorney

Divorce is definitely not an easy process for anyone involved. Even if both you and your spouse have agreed to the divorce, it still brings along a great deal of emotional consequences, expense and legal proceedings. No one would say anything about the process is easy. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, you will want to find a divorce lawyer in Salt Lake City who will be able to make the process as Read More

Utah Child Custody Attorney

Child Custody Updates Divorce Modification A New York court agreed with the father that a mother's proposed move from New York to South Carolina would not be in the child's best interest, noting “that the father has exercised his visitation almost every weekend since the parties' separation and has remained active in the child's life.” Martino v. Ramos, No. 64 A.D. 657, ___ N.Y.S.2d ___, 2009 WL 2032366 (N.Y. App. Read More

Checklist: Women filing for divorce in Utah

While the holidays don’t seem like the best time to begin thinking about divorce, January is the month that typically sees the highest volume of divorce filings. And, if you’re considering seeking a divorce in January or at any time next year, it’s never too early to start planning. In anticipation of a divorce, a recent article in Forbes magazine offered an end-of-the-year checklist for women who are considering Read More

How to Choose a Divorce Lawyer in Utah

When looking for a Divorce Lawyer, what should you look for? Experience - You will need to ask your attorney about his/her experience in order to get a good feel and understanding for practice. A good question to ask is "how much of your law practice is divorce cases" or "what percentage of your cases are divorce cases". These questions will help you find out how much experience they have. Free Consultation for a Read More

Utah DUI: Felony Law Firm

California law allows prosecutors to elevate charges for driving under the influence based upon prior convictions in the past ten years. That is, prior convictions within that 10-year period can elevate new DUI charges to a higher level offense and increase potential exposure to jail or prison time. A recent case involving a Soquel man looked directly at the issue. The 21-year-old Soquel man was accused drunk Read More