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Re-Bonding With Your Children After Divorce | Emy A. Cordano, Attorney at Law
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Following a separation, you may need to reconnect with your children. Divorce can be a very stressful process where parents don’t spend as much time with their children as they wish. Even for families showing support, the bonding process should continue. It’s important children learn to reconnect with both parents and adapt to the new parenting plan in their lives. It may not be always easy to talk to children about divorce issues. Whatever you do, make sure you keep bonding and resolve any differences you may have with your … READ MORE

We all make mistakes. But some can be more costly than others. The same goes with choosing a divorce attorney. If your lawyer is not answering telephone calls or mishandling your case, it may be time for a change. Each divorce case has critical elements that affect the long-term status of both parties along with the children. When your assets, investments, and rights to your kids are on the line, it is important to have complete peace of mind and trust with your choice of a divorce attorney. Is There … READ MORE

Disagreements about child custody are very common in divorces. This is a battle that may continue even after filing for a dissolution of marriage and a ghost from the past that will haunt you for the rest of your days except you have a qualified Salt Lake City child custody attorney tracing a line in the sand.  Even the best of relationships have conflicts about who should spend more time with the children. Everybody feels they are entitled to full custody but when the facts are laid on the table, there … READ MORE

Statistics don’t lie. With the summer months around the corner, many marriages are expected to end.  Although divorce rates in the United States have slightly decreased over the past years, the percentage of couples getting divorced during January and August is still pretty high.  In January everybody wants to start the new year with new things and apparently, spouses are not part of the plan. People wait until after the holidays and the joyful times spent with family to talk about ending their marriage. August is another hot month for … READ MORE

Although Utah has one of the lowest divorce rates in the country, there are still countless families across the state torn apart. Many of these divorces involve children. Whenever a marriage comes to an end, there are rarely any easy solutions. Children are often the biggest victims of divorce and are forced split their childhood living with two different families. When it comes to child custody, it is important to properly understand your options. There is currently four different types of child custody in Utah –Sole Legal/Physical Custody, Joint Legal/Physical Custody, Joint Legal/Sole Physical … READ MORE

Chris Rock is one of the most famous comedians in the world. Over the years, he has made millions of people laugh with his unique pull-no-punches style of comedy. Rock isn’t afraid to tackle any subject. He will poke fun at just about everyone and everything. But there is one topic the comedian has been reluctant to discuss until now. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone Magazine, Rock spoke candidly about his infidelity and divorce from his ex-wife Malaak Compton-Rock. Starting Over The end of a marriage can be … READ MORE

In most child custody cases, children do not spend an equal amount of time with both parents. This is the unfortunate part of the divorce many families face today, especially small children who often feel they do not spend enough time with mom or dad. Then, parental alienation comes in the picture. A divorce may influence his or her child against the other parent causing the child a lot of emotional distress. Attorneys dealing with these types of cases find it difficult as a parent may request having sole custody … READ MORE

Trust is an easy word to say. But it is not always the easiest thing to do. Most happily married couples in Utah live in trustworthy relationships. They often communicate effectively and share common experiences together. There are no secrets to keep. There is nothing to hide. There is no reason to cheat. But what happens when trust has been shattered? It can happen to any couple at any time. A husband is constantly late coming home from work. A wife begins to suspect an affair. Money mysteriously disappears from … READ MORE

With the above-average percentage of people being married in Utah, chances are some may want to try a second time. People with minor children who are remarrying often have many questions about how their new union will affect their children receiving support from their ex-spouses. There are child support guidelines established by the court that will help determine a solid child support award. With the help of a Salt Lake city divorce attorney, your children will be able to receive all the compensation they are entitled to receive. What determines child support? There … READ MORE

In some states, including Utah, couples are considered married after being living together for a long period of time, sharing finances, and hold themselves as married. Common law couples act just as married couples, except they are not required to get a marriage license, and have a traditional ceremony.  If you choose to end a common law marriage, it’s important you understand these laws and find experienced legal representation from a Salt Lake City divorce attorney . Utah requirements Some requirements in common law marriages in the State of Utah include: Parties are of … READ MORE