South Jordan Uncontested Divorce Attorneys
Meet With Us in Our Kaysville or South Jordan Offices
Divorce is notoriously complicated and emotionally charged. However, it does not always have to be this way. You and your spouse could file for an uncontested divorce, allowing you both to move ahead with your life without the exhausting and expensive court processes. Additionally, uncontested divorces can benefit aging couples concerned about Medicaid eligibility and protecting their assets.
At Sandberg, Stettler, & White, our South Jordan uncontested divorce attorneys are prepared to help you. Although they may be simpler, uncontested divorces still have complications and often require thoughtful planning and execution. Since 2014, we have assisted thousands across the Wasatch Front. Our team would gladly be a resource for you. Start with us by scheduling a free consultation to discuss your situation and what we can offer.
Connect with us online or call (385) 481-5276.
Qualifying for an Uncontested Divorce in Utah
The qualifications for an uncontested divorce include:
- Residency: You or your spouse must have been a resident of Utah and the filing county for at least three months.
- Grounds for divorce: For an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse must agree that irreconcilable differences are the grounds for the divorce.
- Terms of divorce: You and your spouse must reach a consensus about the terms of your divorce, including asset division, child custody and support, and alimony, among others.
We'll treat you with compassion - your concerns are our priority, and we're here to listen and support.
We uphold the highest ethical standards and bring a wealth of experience to every case.
Your success is our success. We tailor our strategies to you and your specific needs.
We'll explain complex legal matters in plain language, ensuring you can make informed decisions.
Medicaid and Divorce
Under certain circumstances, divorce can be a tool for protecting assets and maintaining eligibility for Medicaid benefits. We call this a “Medicaid divorce.” You may be ineligible for Medicaid benefits if you or your spouse have significant assets. However, you can strategically divide assets in a divorce, ensuring you or your spouse can receive the necessary benefits. Additionally, this process can prevent long-term care costs from impacting the value of your estate and potentially putting a financial strain on your spouse or loved ones.
Turn to our office for assistance with a Medicaid divorce in Utah. This is a tricky legal matter with life-altering implications. We have the necessary experience and skills to meet the challenge.
Consult a Trusted Attorney Today
We are proud to offer free consultations. These make it easy for our clients to find out what our firm can do for them. To schedule yours, simply submit our online contact form or give us a call. We are eager to learn about your situation and to discuss how we can serve you.
You can reach us at (385) 481-5276.