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Alternatives to Divorce in Utah

Each marriage is different from any other. The two married people have their unique personalities, experiences, and reasons for deciding that they want to end the relationship. Most married couples who decide to go their separate ways end their marriage in divorce. But, that is typically a rough and painful process for all involved and can bring heavy financial burdens. So, while divorce may seem like the tidiest way to end any marriage, there are alternatives to divorce that often…

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Common Divorce Mistakes Men Make

A staggering 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the U.S. will end in divorce, and in over 70 percent of cases, women file for divorce. Some typical reasons women divorce men include infidelity, financial problems, and lack of commitment, among others. If you’re a man facing divorce, you need to avoid common mistakes men make during the legal process that can have severe and lasting personal and financial consequences. You need to prepare well for your divorce, especially if…

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What Happens in a Divorce With a Prenup vs. Without a Prenup?

In this blog, you will learn… Prenup Meaning What Does a Prenup Do? Things a Prenup Cannot Do: Don’t Have a Prenup Should I Get a Prenup? How To Get a Prenup? Prenups (prenuptial agreements) were once typically used only by the wealthiest couples. But, over the past couple of decades, this legal agreement has become more and more common. People planning their marriages naturally want to protect their spouses and themselves from unexpected future difficulties. Getting a prenup is…

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Denial of Visitation Rights

When can you deny a parent from seeing their child? This may be an uncomfortable question, but it’s a necessary one when it comes to working out the details of visitation rights. Understanding the rules has a lot to do with how the courts view the topic. At Wall & Wall Attorneys at Law, P.C., we understand the nuances behind every divorce, which is why this topic can be more complicated than it first appears. We’ll look at the premise…

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How to Keep Your Cool When Filing Tax Return After Divorce

Going through a divorce is hard enough already. When you throw in filing taxes as a separated or divorced couple, it can seem overwhelming. The first thing you and your former spouse need to do is determine your filing status. What is Your New Filing Status After Divorce? How does divorce affect taxes? It turns out in nearly every way possible. While your filing status probably remained unchanged and was automatic during your marriage, that is no longer the case.…

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