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South Jordan Family Law Attorneys

Let Our Dedicated Team Represent Your UTah Family

Every family is different and we understand that your family will have unique needs, goals, and interests. Pearson Butler’s experienced family law attorneys in South take an interest in each client, collaborate with clients to identify case goals, understand your family’s needs, and develop strategies to achieve your individual goals.

Types of Family Law Cases We Handle:

If you are contemplating divorce, pursuing custody, enforcing an order, modifying an existing order, or protecting your interests during a high-conflict divorce, Pearson Butler can help.

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Our Team Gives Attention to All Aspects of Your Case

As a full-service firm with attorneys in many practice areas, our family law attorneys regularly seek out the collaboration of attorneys from other practice areas to ensure that your needs are met and your claims are protected.

At Pearson Butler, we understand that your family is important to you. In order to provide you the best results, we create legal teams from as many disciplines as necessary to help you and your family achieve the best results possible.

Contact Pearson Butler today at (800) 265-2314 to find out how Pearson Butler can protect your interests and help you achieve your goals.

Finding the Right Approach for Your Family Law Matter

When it comes to legal proceedings involving your family, we understand that a strategic approach can make a huge difference. While our Utah family law attorneys are seasoned litigators, we understand that not every client wants to fight through the court system. We will help you explore all types of resolution available in your case so you understand your options.

At Pearson Butler, our experience with Utah family law and the court system gives us an edge when identifying the right approach for your case. Whether your case calls for an aggressive litigation strategy or a more collaborative approach to problem-solving, our attorneys will customize your case plan to ensure your individual case receives the attention it deserves.

Learn more about Pearson Butler’s family law services in Utah by calling (800) 265-2314.

  • Child Custody

    In every child custody case, the court will rule in favor of what’s believed to be in the child’s best interests. Determining what these best interests are, involve a close look into each parent’s life, ability to provide, and willingness to encourage the other parent’s relationship with the child. Learn more here.

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  • Spousal Support

    Spousal support, or alimony, can be awarded temporarily (to provide support during the separation) or long-term (after the divorce has been granted). The court will consider several factors when determining spousal support, including but not limited to: recipient’s earning capacity or ability to produce income; ability of the paying spouse to provide support; length of the marriage; and minor children who will need support. Learn more here.

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  • Prenuptial Agreement

    A prenuptial agreement must be established in contemplation of marriage and finalized before the actual marriage occurs. Creating a prenuptial agreement is a prudent way to protect your personal property during marriage. Learn more here.

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  • Mediation

    Mediation can help you avoid a long, costly, and emotionally trying courtroom battle during divorce. While both parties will be asked to compromise on the conditions of their divorce, ultimately, they’ll be in control of the outcome. Learn more here.

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  • Division of Debt

    Utah follows an equitable division of marital debts. When parties cannot agree on how to divide debts, the court will do so based on what it deems to be most fair for both parties. In most cases, both spouses will be equally responsible for any joint debts incurred during the marriage. They will not, however, be responsible for the other spouse’s personal debts. Learn more here.

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  • Separation

    Temporary separation is an optional step many spouses choose to take before divorcing. Doing so allows them time to establish provisions for housing, child care, spousal support, property and debt division, custody / parenting time, and more. Learn more here.

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  • And Many Other Domestic Law Situations

    Pearson Butler is here to help with all aspects of your domestic law situation. Consultations are confidential and we have several office locations for your convenience. Learn more here.

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