In Utah Divorce Cases, Patience is a Virtue

Salt Lake Divorce Lawyer

At Salcido Law Firm PLLC, our divorce lawyers have seen it all and we are familiar with just about any fact pattern that can arise in a divorce proceeding.

One thing we understand well is that you, the client, are anxious to finish your divorce and get on with your life.  We do everything we can to expedite the process.  In our experience, however, we also understand that a divorce proceeding requires patience.

Many people have a mistaken belief that a divorce can be pushed through the court system on a same day basis or that a judge will sign off on a divorce decree simply by calling the court and making an appoint.  Such is not the case.

Be Patient

A Utah divorce requires patience.  Parties to a divorce want to buy a new home and start their new life as quickly as possible and try to leave behind a lot of the hurt experienced in the marriage.  We understand that.  We also know that you have to approach your divorce with a lot of patience.  If you have unreasonable expectations with regard to finalizing the divorce you are likely to get frustrated.

Know this, the Utah divorce lawyers at Salcido Law Firm work hard to finalize your divorce in a way that will make you happy.

The Parties Have the Most Control Over the Time Frame

Also be aware that the more you and your spouse argue over the details of the divorce the longer it will take.  The quickest divorces are those in which the spouses are able to reach a settlement.  When issues of child custody and alimony are hotly contested those issues will take time to resolve.

Facing Divorce – Salcido Law Can Help

If you are looking for a patient divorce attorney, contact us. As your counsel we’ll provide you will the legal advice that you will need to successfully complete your divorce and move on with your life.

Call us anytime for a free consultation.  801.413.1753.

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