In this video, we explain the residency requirements for filing for divorce in the State of Utah. Each state has its own jurisdiction requirements – here in Utah you must live in the state for a minimum of 3 months. If you have children under the age of 18, then the child needs to have resided in the state for the last 6 months. If you have questions or concerns you need answered about divorce or child custody call 801-676-5506 for a free initial consultation
In this video we explain that prior to April 2012, all divorce records in the State of Utah were public, meaning everyone could have access to them. Since that date, divorce records have become private – listen as we outline what parts are private and what parts are public. Call 801-676-5506 if you have additional questions or for your free initial consultation.
In this video we outline the 90 day waiting period in the State of Utah for finalizing a divorce case. There is a method to have the waiting period waived. We explain the basis for such a wavier in this video. if you have other questions about divorce or child custody in Utah, call 801-676-5506 for your free initial consultation.
In this video we outline whether you must have a lawyer or attorney represent you in court to obtain your divorce in the State of Utah. The short answer is that you can always represent yourself in court — so yes, you can be your own lawyer. Should you do this though? This video outlines some of the pros and cons of this decision. If you need to speak with a lawyer about your case, call 801-676-5506. Thanks.
In this video we explain whether you have to mediate in your divorce case. If there are contested issues in your divorce case, then you are required to mediate before you can go to trial in your case. If you have questions about your divorce or child custody case in the State of Utah, you should call 801-676-5506 and speak with an attorney who can help you.
In this video we answer the question of whether you have to attend the divorce eduction and divorce orientation classes in the State of Utah when filing for divorce. In short, you should attend them – they are valuable, but if you don’t, the requirements can be waived. The courts do not like to waive them, they prefer that the classes be attended. If you have a divorce question, call 801-676-5506 and speak with a Utah Lawyer who can help you.