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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of daily life, including how lawyers become lawyers. At least, that is what would happen under a new proposal by the Utah Supreme Court. The court recently ended public comments on a proposal about whether or not recent law school graduates should have to take the bar exam…

It is a story that frequently unfolds in the lives of Utah parents. Mother and father are married, have children, the couple separates, and finally divorce. Parenting by each is provided by the decree, and then the parent with primary residential custody decides to relocate. The other parent sees his or her relationship with the children…

During the divorce process, many Utah parents wonder how their decision to end their marriage will impact the relationships they have with their children. To protect their children’s well-being, parents will either be awarded joint or sole custody once their divorce is finalized. Sole Custody In sole custody arrangements, according to the American Bar Association, one…

Utah’s Department of Health reports that approximately 32 percent of homicides in the state were connected to domestic abuse in 2011. More than 3,400 women, men, and children sought protection in shelters to flee abusive environments. Instances and threats of domestic abuse must be taken seriously. Help is available for those who find themselves in…

Report says access to civil and family law courts is too limited and complicated. Justice System Access Unequal The report, released in October, describes access to justice in Canada as being profoundly unequal, especially in civil and family law courts. The problem is particularly acute in family law cases where issues such as child custody…

The following factors help a judge determine what is in the best interests of a child: the child’s school, community, religious, or other activities, the availability of both parents to care for the child, the developmental needs of the child, and the child’s emotional bond with each parent. The judge may also look at each…

SALT LAKE CITY – Divorce in itself can be challenging, but add kids to the mix and a lot of those challenges become emotionally charged – especially when it comes to custody. Questions such as who gets the kids, when the other parent gets to see them, and how much time the children will spend…

Emy A. Cordano

Emy A. Cordano

I am Emy Cordano, a family law attorney based in Salt Lake City. I concentrate my practice on divorce and family law matters; I am not a general practice lawyer. Family law is all I do. Here you’ll find additional articles and advice that I make available to anyone facing family law issues.

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