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Domestic violence charges blend criminal and civil court cases

Normally, Utah civil and criminal law remain two different divisions. But there is a certain sector of Utah law where — unfortunately — family and criminal law sometimes intersect. That point of confluence occurs when domestic violence allegations are made by either spouse in a divorce or custody action.

Pet custody battles: Who gets to keep Fido?

Some divorcing couples in Utah have dogs instead of kids – or they might have a cat, an iguana, a bird or a salamander. Regardless the kind of pet, if you’re attached to your animal friend, letting go of him or her could be one of the most difficult aspects of your divorce proceedings.

Include summer custody schedules in your child custody agreement

The summer months are almost here. This means that parents who aren't in a relationship with each other will have to figure out how child custody matters will be handled this summer. This is actually an important matter for anyone who is in the midst of a child custody battle to consider.

Unmarried fathers still have parental rights

As an unwed father, other parties may have made you feel as if you have no rights to your child. The mother of the child may not want you to have contact with the child for whatever reason, but you need to understand that you do have parental rights. Though enforcing these rights may seem difficult, you have legal options for ensuring that your rights don't get trampled unjustly.

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