Posts Tagged ‘month’
Amending a Complaint After an Expired Statute of Limitations
If you enjoy watching legal dramas or crime shows, you’ve probably heard the phrase “statute of limitations” come up. But what does this phrase mean? From State to State, people and businesses may sue each other for various reasons. State laws also dictate certain “deadlines” within which different types of lawsuits can be commenced. For…Read More
That Fence Has Been There For Years – What Do You Mean The Property Isn’t Mine??
For the vast majority of those of us who own land, we can usually determine the boundary lines of our property by referring back to our deed. The deed is the legal document that conveyed, or transferred, the property to us from the previous owner. There are however, situations where the boundaries of the property…Read More
If Circumstances have Significantly Changed Since my Divorce, Should my Alimony Obligation Change Too?
Many people who undergo a divorce in Utah are either ordered to receive alimony (“spousal support”), or to pay it. Usually alimony is paid for a certain number of years at a set monthly amount. Unless the decree states otherwise, a monthly alimony obligation will terminate if the receiving ex-spouse either dies or remarries. However,…Read More