Posts Tagged ‘support’
“No-pets” Clauses in Utah: Can I Evict my Tenant when his Emotional Support Animal Violates our Lease Agreement?
Over 62% of households in the United States include a pet. Pets have been shown to have a calming influence on people, decrease blood pressure, and even lower cholesterol. Alan M. Beck & Aaron H. Katcher, Between Pets and People: The Importance of Animal Companionship 7 (Purdue U. Press 1996). In recent decades, the concept…Read More
Do Grandparents Have a Right to See Their Grandchildren?
Grandparents will sometimes find themselves in a situation where one or more of their grandchild’s parents are not permitting the grandparent to visit the grandchild. Such a situation might arise from a death of a parent, a divorce, a termination of a parent’s parental rights, a strained relationship, etc. Grandparents in these situations often wonder,…Read More
“Income Imputing” Part 2: In a Utah Divorce, when is a Party’s Unemployment (or Underemployment) considered Voluntary?
In our last blog, we discussed the basics of imputing income in Utah Divorce and Parentage cases. We explained that sometimes, a Utah court will impute a higher income to a party in a Divorce or Parentage case, for purposes of calculating child support and/or alimony. Sometimes the question of whether income should be imputed…Read More
“Income Imputing” Part 1: What does it mean to “Impute Income” for purposes of Calculating Support?
When a Utah Court decides how to award child support and/or alimony in a divorce or parentage case, the Court takes into consideration each party’s income. The Court wants to know the income of each parent or party before it calculates and decides how to determine child and/or spousal support. However, if one of the…Read More
How Long Will It Take To Complete My Utah Divorce?
When someone is going through a divorce in Utah, a common question he or she has is: ‘How long will it take to complete my divorce?’ We wish there was a straightforward answer, but each divorce case is very different. While the answer is difficult to predict, some factors can help indicate whether your divorce…Read More
A divorce is one of the most stressful things a person can go through – unfortunately, there is just no way of getting around that. And to top if off, people going through a divorce are often, tragically, met with a lack of compassion. Many friends and family members have no idea just how stressful…Read More