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Records in Utah Divorce

Records in Utah Divorce

When dealing with the difficulties of ending a marriage, it may seem like there are few options for getting through the process quickly and amicably. This feeling may be even more prevalent for individuals who are dealing with a spouse with a high-conflict personality. These parties often want to make the divorce process or any other situation more difficult, but there are ways that could help move proceedings along.

First, Utah residents who are divorcing may want to ensure that they keep thorough written records of everything they find pertinent. These records may prove especially important when it comes to communications between both parties. People can keep track of what each person has said, and high-conflict individuals may be less likely to start arguments if they know there are records of the conversations through email or text.

Written records may prove useful in high-conflict Utah divorce

Having agreements in writing can also work to prevent possible conflict. Though some individuals may feel that verbal agreements could work for their circumstances, if a person is dealing with a high-conflict individual, verbal agreements could easily become twisted. If written records exist of the agreements, it may be more difficult for one party to attempt to say they did not agree to the terms.

Though it may take more preparation, dealing with a high-conflict personality during divorce does not necessarily mean that there is no way to help the process go as smoothly as possible. Utah residents who are concerned that their proceedings may become combative may want to find out more information on the various legal options and preparation strategies that could be available to them. Speaking with experienced attorneys could also help interested parties better understand how to potentially approach their legal proceedings.

Graduation is just one event parents attend in or after divorce

When Utah parents are going through a divorce, it can be an emotional roller coaster ride. Depending on the circumstances, the parties might not be able to get through the divorce without ill feelings. This means that it can be a challenge for ex-spouses to be in the same room during and after the divorce without coming to some sort of agreement.

It could take some time, but most parents realize that their feelings for each other need to take a backseat to the needs of the children. They can then recognize that those special events that occur in the lives of their children deserve to be celebrated without worrying about whether their parents will be able to get along. The one thing that Utah parents will always share is their children.

They can also share their pride in their children and a desire to see them happy and successful. The parties can begin by negotiating a parenting plan that provides them with a set of guidelines for attending events that are important to their children. This can help the parties create an atmosphere in which they can learn to compromise and work together when it is important, and sometimes, that is enough.

There are many instances in which people who are unable to function as a couple can continue to be loving parents and be united when it is for their children. Some people would say that the divorce was the best thing that happened to their ability to raise their children. Without the pressures that led to the divorce, they can move past the end of their relationship and look forward to the future as loving and proud parents.

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Michael R. Anderson, JD

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People who want a lot of Bull go to a Butcher. People who want results navigating a complex legal field go to a Lawyer that they can trust. That’s where I come in. I am Michael Anderson, an Attorney in the Salt Lake area focusing on the needs of the Average Joe wanting a better life for him and his family. I’m the Lawyer you can trust. I grew up in Utah and love it here. I am a Father to three, a Husband to one, and an Entrepreneur. I understand the feelings of joy each of those roles bring, and I understand the feeling of disappointment, fear, and regret when things go wrong. I attended the University of Utah where I received a B.A. degree in 2010 and a J.D. in 2014. I have focused my practice in Wills, Trusts, Real Estate, and Business Law. I love the thrill of helping clients secure their future, leaving a real legacy to their children. Unfortunately when problems arise with families. I also practice Family Law, with a focus on keeping relationships between the soon to be Ex’s civil for the benefit of their children and allowing both to walk away quickly with their heads held high. Before you worry too much about losing everything that you have worked for, before you permit yourself to be bullied by your soon to be ex, before you shed one more tear in silence, call me. I’m the Lawyer you can trust.

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