Welcome to DivorceKnowHow

Your Divorce is a journey and DivorceKnowHow is committed to helping you navigate the way. This site is designed to help you decipher legal terms, identify your rights, understand your obligations, and help you decide the legal services you need.

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More than just divorce documents

  • Online Divorce Documents
  • Easy to follow Instructions
  • Affordable
  • 100% Guarantee of court approval (or your money back)
  • Divorce e-learning center
  • Divorce Mediator
  • Divorce Attorney
  • Divorce Workshops

100% guarantee of court approval or your money back!

DivorceKnowHow is a Utah company run by Utah attorneys.

Divorce Documents

  • Utah divorce documents for both spouses
  • Utah marital settlement agreement
  • Parenting plan for specifying custody arrangements and parent time schedules

e-Learning Center

  • Learning online is convenient, easy and confidential
  • Access informative webinars from the comfort of your home or office
  • Watch or listen to learn about divorce law

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  • Experience you need
  • Each step of the way!

Utah divorce

When couples get married, the furthest thing from their minds is divorce. Unfortunately, divorce sometimes becomes necessary and facing a divorce is not easy. DivorceKnowHow specializes in Utah divorce law and is designed to help you through this difficult time. Oftentimes, the first step a person takes is to seek out a Utah divorce lawyer or Utah divorce attorney. Sometimes this is wise and sometimes it will result in your divorce costing more than is necessary.

Learning

DivorceKnowHow is committed to helping you learn everything you need to know about Utah’s divorce laws and assisting you in identifying potential problems with your divorce. You may be able to save money by learning about your rights and responsibilities according to Utah’s divorce laws. DivorceKnowHow can provide you referrals to various experts that can help. You will be able to save money as well as understand the divorce process and the terms of your divorce. Hopefully, by taking these steps you and your family will move forward in the best possible way.

Do I need an attorney?

For example, if you and your ex-spouse-to-be have been married a short time, you both work, and you have no children in common, you may be able to reach an agreement and file the divorce without the help of an attorney. DivorceKnowHow can provide high quality documents prepared specifically for you to file with the court and allow you to file on your own. You will be able to finalize your divorce without hiring a Utah divorce attorney and paying attorney fees. Another example is using a mediator. You and your ex-spouse-to-be may agree on how to divide your money but struggle with issues surrounding your children. Again, after receiving education regarding Utah divorce laws, and possibly a referral to a mediator, you may be able to reach a mediated agreement. A mediated agreement can then be incorporated into your final divorce papers prepared by DivorceKnowHow to specifically address the issues unique to your divorce. You will save attorney fees and avoid having a judge decide how the children’s issues will be handled. Sometimes, divorcing gets complicated and you need to engage the services of a Utah divorce lawyer. DivorceKnowHow will educate you about divorce laws in Utah, help you find an attorney who meets your needs, and aid you in understanding how the relationship with your attorney should work.

Don’t be intimidated

Knowledge is power. You can make your future brighter and avoid unnecessary conflict in the present by becoming knowledgeable about the divorce process in Utah. You may want to work with an attorney or you may decide to move forward on your own. DivorceKnowHow can provide assistance in either case. The Utah divorce process can be intimidating and confusing if you aren’t sure what to do and when to do it. DivorceKnowHow spells out the Utah divorce process and can teach you how to get a divorce in Utah with or without the aid of an attorney.

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