Once you have made up your mind to get a divorce from your spouse, the next steps can be extremely overwhelming. You’ll be wondering what to do first, who to ask for help, what materials to gather.

Jaclyn Robertson from JR Law Group, Utah Family Law Attorney, joined ABC4 and Good Things Utah to share the first four steps of a divorce process in Utah.

1. Find the right attorney

2. File a petition for divorce

3. The petition is served on your spouse (opposing party) and they have 21 days to answer

4. Answer and the counter petition is filed by opposing party

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JR Law Group is a Salt Lake City based firm specializing in Divorce and Family Law.  To schedule a consultation or find out more, please contact us: (385) 770-7451

Disclaimer – This video is intended for informational purposes only.  Nothing in this video is to be considered as either creating an attorney-client relationship between the viewer and JR Law Group or as rendering of legal advice for any specific matter. Viewers are responsible for obtaining such advice from their own legal counsel. No viewer should act or refrain from acting on the basis of any information contained in the video or on JR Law Group’s Website without seeking appropriate legal or other professional advice on the particular facts and circumstances at issue.

 

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