Utah Family Law Questions

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Utah on Dec 21, 2013

Cory Hundley's answer
Generally, payment of support, whether monthly child support or for medical care, and visitation rights are separate rights that do not affect each other. If the terms of your custody order grant you visitation or custody over Christmas, then the mother ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Utah on Jan 15, 2013

Jason F. Barnes's answer
The question is very fact dependent. I suggest that you call my office 801-546-3874 so we can discuss this matter in detail. Because of the nature of the question, any attorney you talk with about this will have to make sure that they do not have a ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Utah on Oct 29, 2012

Jason F. Barnes's answer
The question is very fact dependent. I suggest that you call my office so we can discuss this matter in detail. Because of the nature of the question, I will have to make sure that I do not have conflict of interest.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Utah on Aug 15, 2011

Michael B. Ipson's answer
Yes, you can. Of course you, would need to follow current eviction laws to do so. I recently helped a mother evict her daughter who was emotionally and physically abusive.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Utah on Jul 5, 2011

Jason F. Barnes's answer
The question is very fact dependent. I suggest that you call my office so we can discuss this matter in detail. Because of the nature of the question, I will have to make sure that I do not have conflict of interest.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Utah on Jul 8, 2011

Jason F. Barnes's answer
The question is very fact dependent. I suggest that you call my office so we can discuss this matter in detail. Because of the nature of the question, I will have to make sure that I do not have conflict of interest.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Utah on Jan 5, 2011

Stephen Howard's answer
Theoretically, you could sue her in small claims court (assuming these are not very valuable items), or you could call the police and report the items as stolen. Whether you succeed in court would depend in part on who a jury or judge believed. If the ...