Family Law - Grandparents Rights

Family Law – Grandparents Rights

In Utah, grandparents have the right to file for visitation or custody with their grandchildren in particular circumstances. This area of law is much more complicated due to new laws which make it more difficult for the grandparent(s) if the parent(s) object. The grandparents have to prove “significant harm” in order to prevail in their case. Continue reading “Family Law – Grandparents Rights” »

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Keeping an Eye on the Statute of Limitations

Keeping an Eye on the Statute of Limitations

Many people who want to file a lawsuit have no idea that there is a time limit to doing so. This timing requirement is referred to as the “statute of limitations.” This requirement ensures that lawsuits are filed on a timely basis, and helps preserve the availability of witnesses and evidence. It also defines the period of liability for a defendant so that a party is not perpetually at risk of a lawsuit. Here, we’ll look at some of the common statute of limitations periods for personal injury, family law and business law. Continue reading “Keeping an Eye on the Statute of Limitations” »

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