19 May 2015
The Alimony Statute The Utah Alimony Statute, Utah Code § 30-3-5(8), articulates seven factors that a court must consider in making an alimony determination: (i) the [...]Read more The Party Seeking Alimony has the Burden of Proof at Trial
27 Feb 2014
Back in 1998 the Utah Court of Appeals decided a case, Griffith v. Griffith, 959 P.2d 1015 (1998), which sheds a lot of light on how a spouse’s side jobs, [...]Read more How are Side Jobs and Overtime Considered for Purposes of Alimony?
5 Feb 2014
Closely Held Corporation, LLC’s, and Sole Proprietorships A lot of people have made a lot of money creating and running their own businesses. Likewise a lot [...]Read more Alimony: How Utah Courts Determine A Self Employed Spouse’s Income?
13 Dec 2013
The Utah Court of Appeals recently reversed and remanded a trial court’s divorce decree which imputed income to the husband for purposes of determining [...]Read more Determining Alimony: Imputing Income to an Underemployed Spouse
29 May 2013
Cox v. Cox In Cox v. Cox, 285 P.3d 791 (Utah App. 2012), the issue of modifying child support and alimony payments was raised. In that case the husband and wife [...]Read more Modifying Support Payments in a Utah Divorce Decree
26 Apr 2013
There are a few different types of alimony that can be implemented in a Utah divorce case. The type of alimony that could be awarded is determined by the stage of [...]Read more The Different Types of Alimony in a Utah Divorce Case
25 Feb 2013
Income’s Relation to Spousal Support and Child Support In most Utah divorce actions, especially divorces involving minor children, the Court has to have proof [...]Read more Determining Income for Purposes of Alimony and Child Support in Utah