First 4 Steps in a Utah Divorce
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
Original interview found here: https://www.abc4.com/gtu/the-first-4-steps-of-a-divorce-process/
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