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. An annulment nullifies a marriage, deeming it to have never...

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File for Divorce in Utah

In Utah, divorces 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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How Do You Get An Annulment In Utah?

In Utah, and in the United States as a whole, the most common way to end a marriage is through a divorce. However, in some very specific circumstances, it is actually possible to get an annulment instead. While annulments are less common, they may be a better option for your specific situation and may save you...

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