Can I Post on Social Media During a Divorce? Precautions and 5 Best Practices

The Impact of Social Media During a Divorce Social media can be a powerful tool for staying connected with friends and family, providing entertainment, and fostering a sense of community. However, sharing details and updates about your divorce on social media can pose significant risks. When clients come to us for help with a divorce...

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Understanding High Net Worth Divorce in Utah: 5 Strategies for Success

Navigating a traditional divorce case can be challenging, but when a couple is facing a high net worth divorce it can add extra layers of complexity. With substantial assets, investments, retirements funds, estates, and business interests at stake, the potential for disagreement and conflict increases. Strategic legal and financial planning are essential in these types...

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The Rising Trend of Gray Divorce in Utah: Insights and Legal Guidance from Christensen Law

In recent years, the phenomenon known as “Gray Divorce” has been on the rise, not just nationally but right here in Utah. This term refers to divorces that occur when couples are over the age of 50, often after many years of marriage. The rate of divorce for those 50 years and older has doubled...

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Retirement Savings During Divorce Proceedings: 3 Real-Life Examples

Divorce proceedings in Utah entail a comprehensive examination of marital assets, including retirement savings. Understanding how Utah’s laws, particularly equitable distribution, influence the division of these assets is crucial for securing your financial future. A common question often asked is: “How does Utah’s equitable distribution principle affect retirement savings acquired during marriage?” Utah adheres to...

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Understanding Annulments vs. Divorces: What Happens in Vegas, But Ends in Utah

Annulments vs. Divorces Case Study: Scott and Suzie’s Vegas Romance *Scott and Suzie’s love story began in the glittering lights of Las Vegas, where they met during an unforgettable weekend getaway. After a whirlwind of blackjack, cocktails, and Elvis impersonators, they found themselves saying “I do” in an impromptu ceremony at a Little White Chapel....

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Navigating Post-Divorce Modifications in Utah

At Christensen Law, we understand that divorce is more than just a legal process—it’s a deeply personal journey marked by both challenges and opportunities for growth for families. As seasoned family law attorneys, we’ve walked alongside countless clients through the ups and downs of divorce proceedings, offering support and expert guidance every step of the...

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High Asset Divorces: Navigating the Maze

Divorces, especially those involving high assets, can resemble a labyrinth. Each twist and turn present new challenges, requiring expert guidance to navigate effectively. At Christensen Law, with over three decades of experience, we understand the intricacies of high asset divorces and offer exclusive insights to help you emerge from the maze unscathed. A Tailored Approach...

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How to Get an Annulment in Utah

Marriages in Utah may come to an end through either divorce or annulment. The distinction between the two is vital, and this article aims to shed light on their differences, while also providing insights into obtaining an annulment in Utah and the implications it carries. What is an annulment? An annulment nullifies a marriage, deeming...

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File for Divorce in Utah

Divorces in Utah can be either uncontested or contested. Uncontested divorces occur when both spouses agree on all matters, leading to quicker and more affordable resolutions. The required documents for an uncontested divorce include, among other things, a verified petition for divorce, an affidavit of jurisdiction and grounds for divorce, a vital statistics form, and...

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