Divorce & Family Law Videos
Videos Covering Divorce, Custody, and Other Matters.
The Divorce Petition
The divorce petition commences the divorce action. Salcido Law Firm explains some of the information that must be included in those papers.
Spousal Support (Alimony)
There is no calculator for alimony like there is for child support in Utah. Attorney Chris Salcido explains a few of the factors considered by Utah courts in awarding alimony. If you have an alimony question, call the Utah Divorce Attorneys at Salcido Law Firm at 801.413.1753 and 888.337.3235 or email us and we’ll get back to you right away.
Divorce v. Annulment
Are you looking to have your marriage annuled? Do you know if annulment is a possibility in your case? Do you understand the difference between divorce and annulment in Utah. For quick answers and information regarding annulments in Utah, please watch the following video. If you have additional questions, call the Utah Family Law Attorneys at Salt Lake City’s Salcido Law Firm.
Premarital Agreements (Prenups)
Attorney Chris Salcido explains a few of the benefits associated with premarital agreements in Utah. If you are considering a premarital agreement, call Salcido law Firm today at 888.337.3235.
Child Custody is often a hotly contested issue in divorce. Attorney Chris Salcido briefly explains the different custody arrangements recognized in Utah. Watch this video for quick answers or give the Utah Child Custody Attorneys at Salt Lake City’s Salcido Law Firm a call today.
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