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How to Deal with Medical Bills in Debt Collection

How to Deal with Medical Bills in Debt Collection

In the best of times, unexpected medical and insurance issues along with the usual trips to the doctor’s office leave many people responsible for huge medical bills that they can’t pay. With the current COVID-19 pandemic, job losses, and economic downturn, it feels...

How to Do a Name Change in Utah

How to Do a Name Change in Utah

Legally changing your name in Utah is a fairly straightforward process and doesn’t have a lot of requirements. An adult can file a motion for a name change for a number of reasons including getting married or divorced, changing their gender, or simply because they...

How to Win a Debt Collection Lawsuit in Utah

How to Win a Debt Collection Lawsuit in Utah

Whether you are hit with an unexpected bill, one slips through the cracks or you’re dealing with financial hardship, paying debts can be a struggle. Many unpaid debts end up going to in-house collections and then being sold to a third-party collection agency. Often,...

Mediation in Utah: 9 Things You Need to Know

Mediation in Utah: 9 Things You Need to Know

Mediation is part of a system of alternative dispute resolution. This means that there is an opportunity to settle your divorce outside of the regular court process. This can result in spending less money and dealing with less stress. Here, we highlight some of the...

What is OCAP?

What is OCAP?

OCAP is Utah’s Online Court Assistance Program. This is the official website for pro se or unrepresented parties in the state of Utah to get help in preparing court documents. This system was created to assist the more than 50% of Utahans who want to file cases...

How Alimony Works in Utah

How Alimony Works in Utah

When a couple divorces, their finances are usually split. It can be challenging to go from two incomes to one income or even worse, one income to no income. If this is the case, the parties can claim alimony. Alimony is a payment from one divorcing spouse to the other...

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