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Child Custody Lawyer

Suppose you have been divorced or separated from your spouse or partner for a few months or years. An opportunity arises that requires you to relocate. It may be a job opportunity, getting remarried, or maybe it was a move you have worked your whole life to make. If you have a child/ren but cannot…

There is no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has significantly altered most people’s way of life. If you are divorced or separated and have minor children, then child custody arrangements have also likely been affected. Salt Lake City child custody attorney Emy Cordano understands that these are challenging times for everybody and wants to discuss…

The decision to adopt a child is a major life experience and a way to ensure a child has a stable, loving environment to grow up in. However, divorces can occur after an adoption takes place, and that can raise questions about parental rights. You can count on Emy A. Cordano to help you with…

There is nothing more important than protecting children during the divorce process. While divorce is hard on everyone involved, minor children should have the Family Court’s full attention. Recently, the Office of the Legislative Auditor General for Utah released a report that discusses the protections in place for children during a divorce. They also discussed…

Parents who have had their Utah custody orders entered into a court of law do not have the right to withhold parenting time from the noncustodial parent. Both parents must obey the order of the court. Even if child support is not being paid or being paid irregularly, custodial parents do not have the right…

Sharing custody is hard for parents but being shared can be even more difficult for kids. Children of separated or divorced parents often walk away feeling like they have no say in where they live and who they live with. In Utah, the preference of the child is taken into consideration in cases where it…

Spring break for divorced or separated couples can pose a unique set of questions and potential obstacles to the ordinary harmony of child custody. Who will get the kids during their time off from school? Details regarding spring break are sometimes hammered out during divorce negotiations, but all too often these issues are not appropriately…

One of the hardest things to deal with in the aftermath of a divorce is co-parenting and learning the new roles that each parent must play as a divorced couple. The state of Utah encourages both parents to have a healthy, ongoing relationship with their shared children. Although it is not unusual for a father…

Shared parenting is difficult enough, but when one parent chooses to relocate to another part of the country, it becomes increasingly complex and frustrating. The logistics of sharing a child when you live far apart can make what is likely an already tense situation even worse. The good news is that unless your Custody and…

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