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Will Divorce Stop My Kids from Getting Abused?

Unfortunately, divorce is not a quick fix for abuse. If the abuser retains custody or visitation rights, a divorce may actually increase the abuse your child experiences. The good news? With an experienced family divorce lawyer as your advocate, you can help stop...

Sexless Marriage and Divorce

Sexless Marriage and Divorce: 3 Common Myths

Haven’t had sex with your partner in over six months? You aren’t alone. Sexless marriages are more common than many people think. Although hard data is spotty, at least one study reports that up to 15 percent of married couples in the US haven’t had sex with each...

What Constitutes Domestic Abuse

What Constitutes Domestic Abuse?

In Utah, abusive behavior is grounds for an at-fault divorce. In addition, evidence of abuse may affect the division of property, custody arrangements, visitation rights, and alimony. If you wonder whether your partner’s behavior constitutes abuse and whether that...

Will Infidelity Influence Divorce Proceedings

Will Infidelity Influence Divorce Proceedings?

Infidelity, also called adultery, can deal a devastating blow to a marriage from which there may be no bouncing back. After an event like that is uncovered, it is not uncommon for one partner to feel betrayed and embarrassed. They may be unable or unwilling to place...