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3 Common Types of Divorce Modifications

3 Common Types of Divorce Modifications When a couple completes a divorce, the court issues an order outlining their obligations in terms of alimony, child custody, and child support. While these directives are considered permanent, people working in the judicial system are aware that circumstances change. It’s not uncommon for people to revisit the ruling and ask for modifications. If a judge agrees that changes are in everyone’s best interest, divorce decree modifications may be approved. Our experienced Salt Lake…

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Grandparents Visitation Rights After Divorce

When two people get divorced, few people ask how it will affect the grandparents in the scenario. However, divorce stretches out to everyone in the family, and not everyone agrees on what is best for everyone moving forward after the split. Learn more about how the courts handle it in the US and in Utah specifically from the experts at Wall Legal Solutions. Grandparent Visitation Rights After Divorce The laws vary for divorce based on the state you live in, with the…

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How is Alimony Calculated?

The Utah courts have a wide discretion when it comes to deciding alimony matters, and how your attorney represents the factors can affect the amount of an alimony award. You need an attorney who can examine the specific factors of your situation, determine what type of alimony may be applied to your case and work to minimize or maximize the award. If you looking for tailored legal representation for alimony issues, Wall & Wall Legal Solutions can help you. We…

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How Holidays Affect Child Visitation Schedules

Holidays can be a stressful time for many people, especially those families in which the parents are divorced. Issues regarding child visitation or parent time schedules can compound the strain that may occurs. There may be concerns that may require both parents reevaluating their holiday parent time schedules. If your parent time schedule is no longer benefiting your child, and you have valid reason wanting it modified, Wall Legal Solutions may be able to help you. We have team of…

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Does Cohabitation Affect Alimony?

When a married couple divorces, the court may determine that one spouse pay alimony to the other former spouse. The purpose of alimony, or financial support, may be for the benefit of children the couple have together, or for maintaining a former spouse’s lifestyle after the couple separates. Alimony offers the supported spouse compensation when he or she would otherwise no longer have the monetary support as when married and sharing an income. However, alimony provisions may not be required…

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