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How Paternity is Established in Family Court

How Paternity is Established in Family Court

When an unmarried couple has a child, paternity is not a given. In the eyes of the law, the mother is the sole parent of the child. A father is not recognized as having legal rights in relation to the child until paternity is established.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media During a Divorce

In the age of social media, our lives are intricately woven into the digital fabric, with platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok becoming extensions of our daily existence. While these platforms serve as outlets for self-expression and connection, they can also become minefields during a divorce. At TR Spencer Law, we understand the complexities of family law, and we want to guide you through the dos and don'ts of social media use during this sensitive time.

What to Do If Your Ex Isn't Following a Custody Agreement

Divorce and separation are undoubtedly challenging experiences, especially when children are involved. Establishing a custody agreement is a crucial step in ensuring the well-being of your children, providing a framework for shared responsibilities. However, what do you do when your ex isn't following the agreed-upon custody arrangement? In this blog post, we'll explore the steps you can take to address and resolve issues when your ex isn't adhering to the custody agreement.

Navigating Separation with an Unwilling Spouse

The decision to separate is never an easy one, and when faced with an unwilling spouse, the complexities can escalate. At TR Spencer Law, a trusted family law firm based in Northern Utah, we understand the challenges that arise in such situations. In this blog post, we'll explore strategies for navigating separation when your spouse is unwilling, emphasizing a compassionate approach to help you through this difficult journey.