This is a question that I am asked frequently from a spouse who was either recently served with divorce paperwork or from a spouse who is still in love with their partner and wants to remain in the marriage (even though their spouse has said “it’s over”) —
The question: Can I force my husband/wife to stay married to me?
The answer: No – you can’t.
I go into more detail in the video.
The story I tell you is real. The poor guy was heartbroken that his wife no longer wanted to be married to him. He loved her and I could tell from the sound of his voice. Once you watch the video, you’ll understand better.
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A client recently said to me: “The holidays are here, we’re in December, Christmas is in a few weeks, I know I want to get divorced, but shouldn’t I just wait until the holidays are over before I file?”
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I love answering questions to help people understand their rights, the legal process and how I can best help them. In this video, I answer the question: I have a 6 year old son, should I wait to get divorced until he is older? This video explains how you should move forward based on your circumstances. I hope you enjoy. If you need help from an attorney, call us at 801-676-5506. Thanks for watching.
I was asked this week, why are the divorce laws against men? Under Utah law, there is a presumption of equality for me and women under the law. In fact, under Utah law, there is a presumption that parents share joint legal custody of their minor children. My experience as an attorney is that there is no prejudice against men or women. Facts play a role in each case. If you have questions about your case, please contact us for a free initial consultation 801-676-5506. Hope you enjoy the video.
Men vs. Women in Divorce — is the deck stacked against men?
In this video I answer the question: What is Irreconcilable Differences? and Why do so many people get divorced for this reason? As attorneys licensed in Utah, Nevada, California, and other states, we would like to help answer your questions and, if you need representation, we’d like to assist you with that as well. Please post any other questions you have and we’ll do our best to put up a video about it. If you need answers immediately, call our office 801-676-5506 for your free initial consultation
What is Irreconcilable Differences? lawyerdivorceutah.com
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