schedule consultation | Call us 801-274-7000
schedule consultation Call us 801-274-7000

justlawutah, Author at - Page 3 of 5

The AFCC (Association for Family and Conciliation Courts) sets the gold standard for how mental health professionals help families through conflict and through the family court system. Seeing this organization listed on any lawyer or mental health professional involved in your case should be confidence-inspiring. This means they have the

The AFCC is the Association for Family and Conciliation Courts. They set the gold standard for how mental health professionals work with families who are going through the family court system. They also provide education for professionals to better help families through conflict. Any attorney, judge, or mediator you work

This is a common question, and a difficult one to answer because every case is different. The short answer is, the more you agree on going into the divorce, the more quickly we can come to a resolution. In this video we’ll talk about how long you can expect a

Custody Evaluations can be intimidating. In these videos, we’ll go over what to expect, and how to prepare so you can get the best possible custody outcome for you and your children. Just Law Utah is a family law firm that believes in helping families find peace of mind and

Let’s talk about money. This is a common question we get from our clients before we start working together. In this video, we’ll discuss how much you can expect your divorce to cost, as well as some tips on how to keep costs reasonably low. Just Law Utah is a

In the state of Utah, it is becoming increasingly common in custody cases for the Court to appoint a guardian ad litem. But what exactly does that mean? In this blog, we discuss the answer to this question. A guardian ad litem, most commonly referred to as just a “guardian,” is an

Utah Code 30-3-18 used to require a 90-day divorce finalization waiting period. The old 90-day divorce timeline used to mean that parties would have to wait at least 90 days after the date they filed their Divorce Petition until their Decree of Divorce could become final. However, the 90-day wait is over

Many times, clients are concerned about appearing at court for hearings in their temporary orders case, and rightfully so. The unknown, especially when the stakes are high and personal, is intimidating. The first thing you should understand about temporary orders is what happens behind the scenes and prior to the

As a client in a divorce or custody matter, everything is personal. It feels like every pleading, process, meeting, mediation, or court date has the potential to harm or help you and your family. As a result, it’s extremely important to retain an experienced family law attorney when you are

The ultimate goal when determining custody arrangements in any Utah divorce case is to account for the best interests of the child or children involved. It’s for that reason that the terms of a child custody agreement are legally binding. In the event that one party attempts to violate the terms of

contact
Contact Us

Receive the trusted advocacy you deserve.