Do You Need a Living Will?

Wills are often associated with the process that occurs after a person passes. Many people are not aware that they can create a will that dictates what happens before their final day. Living wills, sometimes called Advance Health Care Directives, help you plan for your own care.

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Utah's Laws Against Child Abuse

Utah's Laws Against Child Abuse

Whenever a child’s mental or physical health is at stake, the law takes over and allows police and prosecutors to stop the activity. They are able to carry out criminal prosecutions against defendants with the help of the Department of Child and Family Services, and tips from mandatory reporters.…

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How Utah Deals With Child Support

How Utah Deals With Child Support

In the state of Utah, when it comes to determining the amount of child support payments the family court makes the final decision. Generally, the court will refer to the state's child support guidelines to order an appropriate amount. The guidelines are intended to make child support fair and uniform across different cases.…

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