From custody to property division, this blog has covered a wide variety of topics related to divorce. However, you may be dealing with any number of other issues concerning divorce, such as the potential impact that ending your marriage may have on immigration matters. At Just Law, we are well aware of the stress and strong emotions that people going through this often endure in Salt Lake City, and in counties throughout the whole state of Utah.
When it comes to ending a marriage, every couple’s set of circumstances is unique. Depending on the details involved in your case, you may be unable to continue living in the U.S. after a divorce. Furthermore, your spouse may accuse you of marriage fraud, or you may believe that the person you married only tied the knot in order to live in the U.S. Regardless of your individual situation, these matters can permanently change the lives of couples and their children, which highlights how vital it is for couples to carefully plan their path forward.
Because of the potentially serious impact that divorce may have on your or your current spouse, you should try to resolve any disputes that have arisen in a timely and amicable manner, if you are able to. Sometimes, divorce mediation can help couples work through challenges together and achieve a more positive end result, which is even more important if you have kids.
On the section of our site which focuses on mediation and litigation, you can access an overview of additional topics related to filing for divorce.