Posts Tagged ‘time’
How Much Parent-Time Will I Be Awarded If My Ex-Spouse Receives “Sole Custody?”
When joint physical custody (i.e., when a child spends more than 30% of overnights with each parent), is considered but not determined to be a viable option in a divorce or parentage case, a Utah Court may award “sole physical custody” to a primary custodial parent (i.e., the child spends less than 30% of the…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
In My Utah Divorce, How will My Business be Divided?
If you are getting a divorce and you own all or a portion of a business, but your spouse does not own any portion of that business, you might wonder, Will my business be considered a marital asset, to be divided between my spouse and I, even though my spouse wasn’t involved with the business…Read More
In Utah, what’s the Difference between Protective Orders, Restraining Orders, Stalking Injunctions, and the like?
If you are scared for your safety because you reasonably believe someone might try to physically or sexually harm you, your children, and/or other people associated with you, you will likely have a lot of questions as to what type of protection order you should try to obtain. Your questions might include: What’s the difference…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