EMY A. Cordano Attorney at Law
Why Hire a Family Law Attorney? | Emy Cordano, Attoreny at Law
Hiring our Family Attorney Emy A. Cordano in Salt Lake City, She will assure that your plans are written and provided to the appropriate audiences. She handles situations like visitations, custody, child support, alimony, custody modification, domestic violence, parental rights, prenuptial agreements, and much more.
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Families are under a different set of pressures than decades ago. Gone are the days where one person’s salary could support an entire family. Gone are the days when a corporation was loyal to their most loyal employees. Gone are the days where one gender was once responsible for one certain set of things and vice versa. Today, our social-cultural looks very different, as well as our economic culture. Today we have industries that follow stock markets and businesses who are more interested in making a profit than taking care … READ MORE

Divorce is also a tragic tale. What once was a lively partnership is now a division of property, assets, finances, and children. Divorce isn’t always over when it is over. Some hope that when the divorce is final they will never have to deal with the partner again, but that simply isn’t true. Alimony is portrayed as that thorn in the heel, the remaining remnants of the life you had once, but that simply isn’t the case anymore. Alimony, as dramatized by Hollywood is not thousands of dollars a month. … READ MORE

Divorce is complicated. When you add children to the mix it can seem almost impossible. Parents who choose to divorce have their reasons that are completely valid and which should be respected by all those in their community. However, not everyone in your family is going to approve the divorce despite piling evidence that your partner is not healthy for you or you are not healthy for each other. In fact, there will be plenty of strangers who will try to weigh in on your divorce too. Some will empower … READ MORE

The idea of a family vacation as a newly divorced parent can be exciting, but there are a few things to consider before catching a flight and leaving the state of Utah with your children. For many divorced parents after a tiresome and exhaustive divorce, the best way to alleviate stress and attempt to move on is to go on a family vacation with the children. However, many things could go wrong if you are not wise enough when planning a family vacation as a divorced parent. “In many cases, … READ MORE

If a Utah court ordered supervised visitation, you may be wondering what to expect from having to communicate and interact with your child under the supervision of another person. Luckily, our Salt Lake City child visitation attorney Emy A. Cordano was around to answer that question and help you get a better understanding of how supervised visitation works in Utah. Supervised visitation in Utah: why, when, and how When it comes to establishing child custody and child visitation in a divorce , a Utah court has the discretion to establish parent-time and child visitation in the best interests of … READ MORE

If you have packed your things and are planning on leaving the state of Utah during divorce, stop right where you are. No, we are not here to lecture you about how running away from your woes isn’t the solution (in many cases, it is!), we are here to warn you of the legal ramifications of moving out of state with a child before or after filing for divorce in Utah. “First and foremost, leaving the state of Utah during divorce may complicate your custody arrangement,” warns our Salt Lake City child custody attorney Emy A. … READ MORE

Using online dating apps during divorce can feel mysterious and thrilling, yet it must be done with caution to not ruin your divorce case. “Why should I approach online dating cautiously now that I’m getting divorced?” you may be thinking. We get it. You are entering a new chapter in your life, but by putting your newly single life up for grabs and out there for everyone to see (including your soon-to-be-ex-spouse and his or her divorce lawyer), you risk turning your divorce into a complex mess full of disputed … READ MORE

Division of property is a complicated matter, especially if you are getting divorced in Utah, where there is a legal doctrine known as “equitable distribution” that applies when two spouses are trying to divide property in a divorce. Just how complicated property division is in Utah is evident from the number of calls and emails our Salt Lake City equitable distribution attorney Emy A. Cordano receives in a single week. The term “equitable distribution” is confusing at best and contradictory at worst. Many people in Utah wrongly believe that “equitable” means equal, but this … READ MORE

The U.S. government has officially entered a partial shutdown over Congress’s failure to pass a spending bill by Saturday midnight, leaving hundreds of thousands of Americans wondering what will happen to their divorce case during the government shutdown. If you have an open divorce case, you have come to the right place, as our Salt Lake City divorce attorney Emy A. Cordano is going to explain how the partial government shutdown in 2018 through 2019 might affect your divorce case. Preface: What caused the government shutdown on Dec. 22, 2018? For those of you living … READ MORE

Divorce is no easy feat. There are lots of intricacies in a divorce that some couples don’t consider when dealing with the act of divorce. One of these intricacies is alimony. If you talk to any person on the street who has been through a divorce, they will almost always tell you to get a good lawyer. The reason for this isn’t because the person was running away from a money sucking partner, but a good lawyer helps keep the divorce proceedings in order and helps ensure that the division … READ MORE