Amy Kennedy, Salt Lake City family law attorney with Dart, Adamson & Donovan (DA&D) Attorneys at Law, discusses the differences between Relationship and Cohabitation Agreements and the need for prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for married couples.
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In this interview, Kayla Quam, an experienced Salt Lake City family law attorney with Dart, Adamson & Donovan (DA&D) Attorneys at Law, answers common questions about child support and child custody in Utah.
Kayla Quam, an experienced Salt Lake City family law attorney, answers common questions about child support and child custody in Utah.
At the end of the day, you can manage the money issues in your relationship; you just need to be frank (without pointing fingers), committed, and mature.
Bitter political differences can create rifts between spouses that escalate into divorce and custody battles. Family lawyer Patrick Baghdaserians answers 7 questions about how to help your children cope when political differences become irreconcilable differences.
Not everyone wants to get married for a second time, which can leave some people feeling like they’re unable to show their partner, friends, and family just how committed they really are. Without a second trip down the aisle, you might like to take some of the following actions.
It is well known that the legal system does not positively view parents who are thought to have a problem with substance abuse. As a result, child custody disputes may become more difficult, especially if your kids are still too little to take care of themselves.
Here are some practical tips for hiring the best family lawyer, from red flags to advantages and disadvantages to consider.
When a father is consistently late picking up kids for his scheduled parenting time or fails to show up altogether, this can place a mom in a difficult position and cause children to experience additional emotional harm.
Gray divorce can be especially difficult when a couple has spent a long time together building a life. So much of who you are appears to be rooted in your marriage and shaped by the person to whom you are married. This can make moving on and starting over painful.