Divorce in Utah | Salt Lake City Attorney

Divorce in Utah can be a difficult process. Every individual who finds them self in a family dispute such as divorce, custody, or paternity, should speak with a Salt Lake City attorney before making any decision that could cause long term legal consequences to their family rights. While some people choose to try filing for divorce by filling out forms online or by filling out papers at their local county courthouse, many discover divorce can be a daunting task without the assistance of an attorney. Many clients come to Salcido Law Firm after they have tried to file on their own and discover they in fact need help. Don’t take any chances with something as important as protecting your rights in divorce. Since our law office provides free consultations and payment plans for many cases there is no reason to go at this alone. With locations from Ogden to Salt Lake, Provo, and St. George, our attorneys can help almost anywhere in the state.

Utah Divorce Laws

A complete understanding of the Utah divorce laws is necessary to ensure success in a tough contested case. At our law firm we ensure every member of our team is up to date on the latest changes to divorce law in Utah. All of our attorneys are required to attend a certain amount of hours in continuing legal education each year. When you meet with a family law attorney at our office, we will properly advise you as to all your options and you will leave with a better understanding of your legal position. The laws governing family matters in this state are always changing. When you hire an advocate for your issue, make sure he or she is up to date on the latest changes.

Free Consultation with Family Law Attorney

We understand this is a stressful time in your life. You may confused, scared, and extremely apprehensive about what the future may hold. We want to help. Call us for a free consultation. In case of a pressing matter we can be reached any time. A member of our office is on call after hours for your help. Phone us today at 801.618.1331. Or email us anytime as well, we usually return emails within an hour or two.

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