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Don’t Make These 3 Mistakes In Divorce Court

Even before you stand before a judge in divorce court, you’ve already been through experiences that can be unnerving as you look to protect your assets and other rights. But, going to court without a lawyer is a pitfall that can derail your best-laid plans and end up costing you more than you’re willing to give up. One of the many reasons to hire a divorce attorney in SLC is to prepare you for a successful court proceeding – making…

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What I Learned From My Divorce That Has Made Me Who I Am Today

Getting to the other side of our divorce was difficult, but it taught me how to ask for help. Through the bad days and through the lonely months when I longed for the comforts of family tradition and missed the laughter of friends gathered in the backyard, I began to discover values that eventually made our family stronger. Now I have learned to have an open mind and a willingness to work together for the sake of our children, extended…

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Why it’s Important to Inform Your Child’s Teacher On Your Divorce

Impact of Divorce on Children Going through a divorce or separation is hard for everyone, but it can be extra hard on the kids. Divorce during the school year is tough on children. There are many things parents can do to help make the process easier. One way to help your child cope with divorce is to inform the school on what’s going on; here’s why: 3 Reasons it’s Important to Tell Your Child’s Teacher about Your Divorce 1. Who…

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5 Reasons Why Marriage in Utah Can Be Better the Second Time

Second Marriage Success Are you getting married for the second time? Getting a divorce in Utah is the kind of emotional and mental stress that also materializes as physical stress. A divorce can literally consume you. And why not? Emotions. Finances. Children — if any. These things all complicate a divorce. So, once the divorce is completed and you have moved on, why would you ever think a successful second marriage could ever prove possible? Our SLC, Utah divorce attorneys at Wall & Wall…

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How to Ensure Successful Long Distance Co-Parenting

In a perfect world, after a divorce involving children, both parents live close to one another. However, this isn’t always possible. Things like military duty, a job relocation or simply a move across state lines can happen. The good news is that it is possible to parent across state lines. The most important thing is that both parents are willing to work together to make long-distance parenting work. Here are 6 tips from leading Utah divorce lawyers at Wall &…

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