Utah Family Law
Utah Divorce – Learn everything you need to know about a Utah Divorce from a Utah Divorce Attorney. From contested to uncontested divorce, Utah divorce laws, mediation, and even information on the Utah divorce education class, this section will help.
Utah Legal Separation – Legal separation is a legal remedy wherein you and your spouse legally separate, but are still technically married. It is often used when a spouse needs to remain on the other’s insurance, or the couple tends on getting back together. Learn more in this section from a Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney.
Utah Annulment – Do you qualify for an Annulment? Utah Annulment vs. Utah Divorce, which is best for you? This section will give you information from a Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney.
Utah Child Custody – Custody is usually the most hotly contested issue in divorce cases, and usually the only issue when a non-married couple separates. Make sure your parental rights are protected by consulting with an experienced Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney.
Utah Parent-Time/Visitation – Are you seeing your kids enough? Are you getting the parent-time that you are entitled to in a Utah Divorce/Separation? Pearson Law Firm will ensure that your parental rights are preserved. Check out this section or contact Pearson Law Firm for a free consultation with an experienced Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney.
Utah Child Support – Once both parties’ income is determined in a Utah divorce, child support is pretty black and white. But determining income can be harder than it sounds. Click the link to learn more from a Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney
Utah Alimony – Unlike child support, alimony in a Utah Divorce is not guaranteed. There are several factors that go into determining whether a party qualifies for alimony. Learn more from a Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney here.
Utah Division of Property – in a Utah Divorce, marital property is generally divided as evenly as possible, however there are exceptions to that rule, particularly if there is “pre-marital property” involved. Your Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney can help, call Pearson Law Firm at 801-888-0991.
Utah Retirement Benefits – Generally speaking, in a Utah Divorce each spouse is entitled to half of the others retirement that accrued during the marriage. As always, there are exceptions. Your Utah Divorce/Family Law attorney can help with these issues, learn more here.
Utah Adoption – Adoptions are one of the more pleasurable practice areas of family law. It is always fun and rewarding to see a family come together. As with everything, there is a process that must be followed. Learn more from a Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney in this section.
Prenuptial Agreement – Prenuptial agreements are valid in Utah, as long as the are formed/drafted correctly. Your Utah Divorce/Family Law attorney from Pearson Law Firm is experienced in drafting prenuptial agreements that are enforceable.
Utah Guardianship – Pearson Law Firm can help you gain guardianship over an incapacitated adult, or a minor child. Call Pearson Law Firm for a free consultation with an experienced Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney, 801-888-0991.
Utah Protective Order – if a spouse or family member is abusive, or even harassing, a Protective Order is often necessary. Your Utah Divorce/Family Law Attorney at Pearson Law Firm has experience implementing protective orders, and getting them set aside if they were obtained wrongfully.