Individual And Social Costs Of Divorce In Utah

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Examining the Relationship Between Financial Issues and Divorce

between financial disagreements and divorce. Social exchange theory. According to social exchange theory, the goal of marriage is to maximize the benefits and minimize the costs associated with the relationship (Thibaut & Kel ley, 1959). When relationship outcomes (e.g., benefits minus costs) meet or exceed individu

Utah Code Part 1 Utah Child Support Act General Provisions

Utah Code Page 1 Chapter 12 Utah Child Support Act Part 1 General Provisions 78B-12-101 Title. This chapter is known as the Utah Child Support Act. Renumbered and Amended by Chapter 3, 2008 General Session 78B-12-102 Definitions. As used in this chapter: (1) Adjusted gross income means income calculated under Subsection 78B-12-204(1).

Family Structure and Voter Turnout - University of Utah

results are only partially explained by social and demographic differences. Published in Social Forces (2008; 86:1513-1528) Acknowledgements: Correspondence to N. Wolfinger, Department of Family and Consumer Studies, 225 South 1400 East, AEB 228, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0080; e-mail:

State of Utah 801-366-7555 / 800-765-7347 Enrollment and

SOCIAL SECURITY NO. REASON FOR TERMINATION (e.g., marriage, divorce, death, age of 26) APPLICABLE DATE* COVERAGE TERMINATED I certify that I am not a party to a divorce proceeding and am not subject to an injunction/order which prevents me from modifying insurance or changing beneficiaries.

Utah Code Part 1 Utah Uniform Parentage Act General

78B-15-114 Social Security number in tribunal records. The Social Security number of any individual who is subject to a paternity determination shall be placed in the records relating to the matter. Renumbered and Amended by Chapter 3, 2008 General Session 78B-15-115 Settlement agreements.

1. Introduction and Overview - Divorce Courses

The Utah Legislature is concerned with the number of divorces in Utah and the economic, social, and personal costs involved. There are about 10,000 divorces a year in Utah,1 and a little more than half (52%) of these divorces involve children.2 About one in five (18%) Utahns have ever been divorced.3 Furthermore, nearly one in three (29%)