Thinking about divorce? Here are some interesting tidbits many people don't know about Utah's divorce laws.
1. You can point fingers, but you no longer need to.
In the past, Utah followed a system where you had to have a reason for your divorce. Usually, that reason put the blame squarely on one spouse's shoulders, and that spouse received the short end of the stick during property division and other parts of the divorce. That is no longer the case. Today, divorcing spouses can claim irreconcilable differences as the grounds for their divorce, and most do.