There is no statute or common-law rule allow a court to expand or add to a stipulated nondisparagement clause contained in a final decree of divorce (not involving children).

Robertson v. Stevens, 2020 UT App 29 (Filed February 21, 2020) In this post divorce case wherein the decree provided a limited nondisparagement clause, one of the parties sought to modify and enlarge the clause to a broader context and Read More …

Vehicle payments incurred during the marriage (even multiple vehicles) may impact a payor’s ability to pay alimony, and to exclude them without sufficient findings is error.

Redden v. redden, 2020 UT App 22 (filed February 13, 2020). ¶32 Spencer (Husband) next argues that the court exceeded its discretion when it disallowed two vehicle loan payments as monthly expenses affecting his ability to provide alimony. For similar Read More …