Thinking about divorce? Here are some interesting tidbits many people don't know about Utah's divorce laws.
You aren't the first person to dread telling your children about your upcoming divorce, and you certainly won't be the last. Here are some tips that other parents have shared to make the conversation easier on everyone involved.
Your divorce was ugly, but it ended. You thought you had a court order in place that would prevent you from being treated poorly by your ex. You thought your nightmare was over. Now, you realize that your ex hasn't changed.
As stores bring out their holiday merchandise and kids start to make their lists and craft their costumes, divorcing parents can feel more overwhelmed than ever. This is particularly true if you have recently filed for divorce and are "winging it" while you try to agree on a parenting plan. How can you help your children stay happy during a time of changing traditions?
After everything that you have been through these last few months, the divorce has been finalized with the court in Utah. You think you can breathe a sigh of relief and start life over again. But then . . . your former spouse has decided to either fall behind on child support payments or refuses to pay child support at all.