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Family Law Attorneys in Park City

When Getting the Best for Your Family Matters, Talk to Our Park City Team

When clients come to us with family law questions, we know the solution to their problem will likely impact their entire life. That means they need a knowledgeable, caring team who will go above and beyond to help them. At Dodd & Kuendig, we pride ourselves on offering first-rate service to families who need our help. As a small law firm, we provide each case and each client the personal attention and assistance they need.

We know legal decisions regarding your family, especially those that are contested, can give rise to contentious discussions and difficult emotions. As attorneys, we are here to provide an outside view that may help you land on a solution you hadn’t considered. Of course, we are also here to support you through the bad times as well as the good.

If you are looking for family law help, call Dodd & Kuendig at (435) 296-7434. Our experienced team is here to provide answers and legal guidance.

How Our Family Law Attorneys Can Help

Over decades of combined experience, our attorneys have helped clients resolve complex family law matters. We want you to know that no matter the situation you find yourself in, we are here to help. Here are some of the legal concerns our team can handle.


Even when both spouses agree it’s best to split up, going through a divorce can be difficult. There are many unknowns on the other side of the process. We offer honest and thorough guidance to our divorce clients because we want to find them the most favorable outcome. Whether we are negotiating for a resolution that meets your needs or planning to litigate on your behalf, we give each case our full attention and commitment.

Child Custody

As a parent, you always want the absolute best for your children. However, divorce changes the rules of parenting. It can be hard to balance your children’s needs with your desire to be fully involved in everything their life has to offer. Especially if you or your co-parent needs to relocate, custody issues can quickly become strained. Our attorneys can help you explore all your options to find an outcome that will ensure your children have access to the love and support they need.

Child Support

Especially if one parent has historically focused less on work to take on most of the burden of childcare, co-parents who split may find themselves needing a child support agreement to make up for the income disparity between them. Though the arrangement is for your children, discussions of finances can still become heated, with one or both parties disputing what is “fair” for someone in their position. Whether you are looking for a higher payment to meet your children’s needs or concerned about the amount you’ve been asked to pay, our attorneys can provide steady guidance as you handle this difficult subject.

Property Division

The longer a family is together, the more entangled their property becomes. However, all couples typically make joint purchases, sometimes before marriage, that can lead to arguments during a split. If one partner carries more debt, the other may find themself owing much more than they used to. Shared real estate is also a common point of contention for separating couples. If you are having trouble dividing your assets and debts in a divorce, our attorneys can help you understand what to expect and negotiate on your behalf.

Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements

While no one goes into a marriage with plans to divorce their new spouse, creating a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement can be a good way to identify rights and protect your assets should anything happen. Our attorneys can help you and your partner draw up a contract that meets your needs.


When splitting a household, both partners will end with fewer financial assets than they held together. In some cases, the court will determine alimony (also known as spousal support) payments are appropriate to help the party with a lower income and/or earning potential. Like child support, alimony is often the cause of heated arguments between divorcing partners. Our attorneys are here to help you find a solution that works for both parties.

Contact Our Family Law Team for Help

If you have questions that go beyond the above practice areas, we encourage you to reach out directly to see if we can assist. Our attorneys have wide-ranging experience in family law matters, so we’ve likely helped someone else in your place before. No matter how complex the case, we are not afraid to advocate for you.

Complicated family matters can cause emotions to run high, making an already difficult situation even harder to manage. Make sure you have a knowledgeable and strong attorney on your side if you are going through major changes.

Call our Park City family law team at (435) 296-7434 for a free consultation.

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