In Utah State divorce rate
is at the average; it is 4.1% per 1,000 of the population. This rate is closer to the median point.
There exists both no-fault
grounds for divorce in Utah State. The court recognizes only the specified grounds upon which divorce may be requested. If it falls beyond the jurisdiction of the court, the court shall not accept the case.
Utah family court encourages divorce for dissolution of a marital relationship, not the annulment. Both legal and religious annulment is made difficult for its attempt and therefore it’s rare and exists only in exceptional cases.
A qualified divorce lawyer is the best guide, whose assistance can guide you to the right channel where all divorce and annulment related issues can be resolved in a hassle-free way. For professional information regarding divorce and annulment
, consult a divorce attorney
or divorce lawyer in your state.