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Salt Lake City child custody attorney

Our Salt Lake City child custody attorney Emy A. Cordano keeps answering the following question over and over again, “Why do I have to pay my ex-spouse child spouse if we divided our custody equally?” For some reason, there is this widespread belief that paying child support has something to do with how much time…

Under Utah law, all biological parents have the right to get custody of their child regardless of their resident status and regardless of whether they are married to the other biological parent or not. Meaning: in many situations, even unmarried illegal immigration may be able to seek an award of custody of his or her…

A custody battle is always unpleasant, but can be even more so if it has been complicated by the legalities of the parents not being married. In legal terms, where the parents were not married, it can be difficult for the father to gain custody of the child, or even to successfully obtain visitation rights….

If you are currently going through a divorce, you are probably worried about its outcome. Particularly, you are probably wondering how child custody rights and parent visitation plans will be determined in your divorce. Although Utah’s child custody laws are complicated and somewhat confusing, there a couple of tricks that you can put to use…

Child custody battles can be very intense. People will say hurtful things and express hostility towards their spouses or soon-to-be exes. No parent is perfect and no matter how hard you try, you will miss the mark. While children can be forgiving, your ex won’t and he or she will use every argument possible, including…

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