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What Discovery is and Why It is Important in Divorce and Custody Cases

If you are involved in a family law case in Utah, the divorce discovery process will play a role. You might be confronted with discovery requests. Alternatively, you might be the one who needs to use discovery. Therefore, discovery can be a complex process. The attorneys at Christensen Law, located in Salt Lake City, have

When is the Case Over and Does It Matter?

Is your case over?  It is good practice to ensure that you understand whether a case is over, or finalized. Whether a case is final or not determines your options and liabilities going forward. This applies to divorce cases, custody cases, personal injury cases, and other civil cases. At Christensen Law, in Salt Lake City,

How to Defend Yourself against a Petition to Modify Custody

A custody order in a divorce or paternity case is not permanent. Until the children reach age eighteen, either parent can petition the court to modify the prior custody award. This is true even if the current custody award was negotiated as part of a settlement or stipulation. The courts understand that circumstances can change

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