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Should You Plead Adultery As Grounds For a Utah Divorce? Do You Have the Proper Evidence of Adultery?

Sep 06, 2022

In order to be divorced in Utah, a party must plead and prove a ground by a preponderance of the evi...

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Navigating Divorce As A Business Owner

Nov 26, 2020

Business owners who are going through a divorce might be interested to learn of a new case which fur...

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How Does a Job Loss (or Disability) Affect Alimony?

Apr 28, 2020

Over the years, I have had to help clients whose alimony obligation is much higher than the client...

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Do You Even Need a Motion For Temporary Orders in Your Utah Divorce Case?

Apr 16, 2020

Not every case needs a Motion For Temporary Orders (“MTO”). The truth is, MOST cases don’t nee...

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Valuation Date of Retirement Account in a Utah Divorce

Mar 20, 2020

In my last post, I wrote about the Petrzelka case. Petrzelka v. Goodwin, 2020 UT App 34. In this fas...

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Alimony, Need, and Imputing Income after Retirement

Mar 16, 2020

A fascinating case came out from the Utah Court of Appeals in March of 2020 on the issues of alimony...

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No Need To Come In

Mar 13, 2020

Fontenot Law is able to handle divorce cases without the need to come to our offices. If you want to...

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What is a Judicial Settlement Conference?

Mar 09, 2020

To get a Utah divorce or family law case to trial, you must first go through a Commissioner Pretrial...

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Student Debt During a Divorce

Dec 02, 2019

How is student loan debt divided in a Utah divorce case? This question was answered recently by the ...

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