Taking the High Road on Difficult Family Matters
Divorce, family conflicts and child custody struggles are undoubtedly some of the most painful challenges you will ever face in life. Getting through these struggles involves the navigation of legal systems, but more importantly, it calls for human support and communication.
With a background as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and training in domestic mediation, attorney Huy Vu utilizes an uncommon understanding of human dynamics and a compassionate but pragmatic approach to conflict resolution in his practice. Mr. Vu is committed to serving the needs of individuals and families in the Salt Lake area to facilitate solutions to difficult legal matters. Contact us for advice on divorce and other family law matters.
Resolving Legal Issues With Integrity and Efficiency
Everyone wants to feel good about the decisions he or she makes. Our firm places high value on ethical, responsible advocacy, conducting practice in a manner that provides maximum support and favorable outcomes for our clients and their families while avoiding unnecessary litigation.
We understand Utah legal systems, including litigation and mediation. We will answer all your questions upfront and make sure you understand your options before choosing any path. From advice on divorce, child custody and Protective Orders to negotiation of property division and strong representation at trial, we provide cost-effective legal help with an eye toward the fastest possible results.
A Skilled Salt Lake City Divorce Attorney
Contact us to speak with an experienced Utah child custody attorney and family lawyer. We offer a free 30-minute consultation.
Q. When can I file for a divorce?A. A divorce can be filed in Utah if you or your spouse is a resident of the state and county for at least three months before filing the divorce complaint.»more
Q. Can I get a divorce if my spouse lives out of state?A. You can get a divorce if your spouse lives out of state, but the court must find it has jurisdiction. The court may have jurisdiction when there is a substantial connection between the parties...»more
Q. How is custody of the minor children decided?A. The court considers the "best interest of the child." There are multiple factors to consider, including but not limited to, which parent has been the primary caregiver, the flexibility of a parent's schedule...»more