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    Is the VA Disability Waiver Marital Property?

    The Uniform Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act (“USFSPA”) allows states to treat disposable military retired pay as marital property in a divorce. 10 U.S.C. § 1408(c)(1) (2000). Former spouses whose marriage to the service member overlapped the service member’s military … Continue reading

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    How Much Does a Divorce Cost?

    The simple answer is that your divorce will cost as much as you and your spouse make it cost. However, I can give you a better idea of what you will spend depending on your situation. The cheapest route is … Continue reading

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    How to Modify Custody?

    Basically, you just need to file a petition with the court. From there, there might be additional discovery and motions. Most of the time modifications are much simpler than the previous Divorce or Paternity action. Custody modifications are generally either … Continue reading

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    What is ORS?

    ORS stands for the Office of Recovery Services. Basically, it is a government agency in Utah that collects domestic support obligations such as alimony and child support. If you are in a custody and child support battle, ORS may or … Continue reading

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    Filing For A Restraining Order In Utah

    If you have already been harmed or feel as though you might be harmed, you should not let financial obligations owed to you discourage you from filing for a restraining order in Utah.  Some victims are hesitant that a restraining … Continue reading

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    How Can I Waive the 90 Day Waiting Period?

         You probably will not be able to shorten the waiting period. Before you tell me I am wrong and try calling another attorney, let me explain.      I would estimate that 20% of the divorce clients we … Continue reading

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    Can I Get a Divorce if my Spouse Lives in Another State?

         Yes. The legal term for this issue is called jurisdiction. So the question is whether the Utah District Court has jurisdiction over a person that does not live in Utah. That is, does the Court have the ability … Continue reading

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    When Should I File Gifts on My Tax Return?

    When Should I File Gifts on My Tax Return? Tax time is just around the corner. It’s important to get your annual statements squared away before the April 17th deadline, but when you have multiple items to manage each tax … Continue reading

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    How an Estate Planning Attorney in Salt Lake City Uses Life Insurance

    No matter your net worth, life insurance is an excellent estate planning tool. For clients with low solvency, life insurance provides a safety net and a little something to pass on to survivors. It ensures that if your time comes … Continue reading

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    Should I Setup a Revocable Trust?

    People often think of a revocable trust as a substitute for a Will. Although that is true to a certain extent, you will still need to execute a Will. A good estate planning attorney will create a Will that works with … Continue reading

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    Fiancee Wants Prenuptial? don’t sweat it… usually

    There are a handful of stories we’ve come across lately about people having concerns over a fiancee’s request to have a prenuptial agreement. Essentially, a prenuptial agreement determines how property will be handled during and after the marriage, in the … Continue reading

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    SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS HEALTHCARE LAW 5-4

    Well, there is no better time than now to get our blog up and running. As you may already know, the Supreme Court has held the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as constitutional. Now, let me be clear on … Continue reading

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