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A Modern Marketing Child Theme for Divi

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A Modern Marketing Child Theme for Divi

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Clean Typography

Font styles have been meticulously set to fit Anthem's aesthetics.

Forms & Opt-Ins

Included are dark & light contact forms, several email opt-ins, and slim email opt-ins.

Unique Layouts

Easily use one of our several Home Layouts, Base Layouts, and sample Craft Layout.

Ken Burns Header

With the right image, this effect can impress and make your site memorable. Subtlety is key.

Stunning Imagery

Parallax backgrounds and use of whitespace allows the focus to be on your images.

Features Grid

Easily showcase the features of your project with Anthem's Features Grid.

Team Options

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Introducing Anthem. A modern Marketing Child Theme for Divi.

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It's amazing how the absence of color can affect a design. The Black & White Home Layout shows with little style adjustments your page's design can vary greatly from the Main Home Page Layout. Classic all the way.

Anthem Crafts Layout

Extra care & attention went into the styling of the Section Headings in this layout. Carefully chosen photos shine alongside classic typography and whitespace.

Anthem Cycles Layout

Bold & Beautiful Photos sets this layout apart. We also have chosen a different Google Font to be highlighted on this page.

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ANTHEM includes several Home Page Layouts, plenty of features, our popular Image Intense Plugin, incredible support, and 15+ video tutorials.

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State your claim with Anthem. Purchase today!

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New Rule 100A for Family Law

Utah Rule of Civil Procedure 100A went into effect November 1st, 2022.

This new rule is intended to better distinguish between different types of domestic cases and ensure those cases are handled in the most efficient way possible. It takes the form of a revitalized Case Management Conference and adds more emphasis on determining the next steps in the case and necessary discovery mechanisms.

It sets three main tracks for domestic cases that will be determined at the Case Management Conference:

  1. Standard Track – this is the expedited track for the simplest cases. These cases are immediately set for trial and only require mediation.
  2. Complex Discovery Track – this is for cases with complex discovery issues that may require experts, business evaluation, and other discovery processes that take time. A schedule is created with input form the parties in conjunction with the Court.
  3. Significant Custody Dispute Track – this is for cases with significant disputes over custody including allegations of child abuse or domestic violence. The Court will determine whether custody evaluation is necessary and whether a guardian ad litem is necessary. Those decisions on appointments will be made at this conference and reflected in the orders with scope and cost apportionment included. Next steps will be set and a pretrial hearing and/or custody evaluation settlement conference will be set as well.

The Rule notes that the Court retains discretion and may deviate from the track if necessary or even assign multiple tracks to a single case.

Recently at a CLE meeting, the Commissioner’s updated Family law attorneys on the rule and clarified how the rule will be implemented. Commissioners will be drafting and filing the orders from these conferences with exact instructions for the parties. Cases with stipulations on their chosen track and schedule are moved to the front of the line on these hearing days. Commissioners requested the use of the Court’s form for a Custody Evaluations and GAL’s. Rule 16 or 100A conferences can be used to set messy cases back on track.

The schedule for the new 100A CMC’s in the 3rd District of Salt Lake County:

Mondays at 1:30 = Sagers

Tuesdays at 1:30 = Minas

Wednesday at 1:30 = Blomquist

Thursday at 1:30 = Luhn

Overall, this is intended to be a helpful tool for Domestic cases and may help move along cases more efficiently. If you have any questions about the Rule 100A Case Management Conference and how to be prepared – please contact us today.

By Jesse West

How to help yourself prepare for Divorce

How to help yourself prepare for Divorce:

Often when meeting with potential clients who are considering divorce, I like to give advice on a few simple Cautions and Actions for clients that will make this entire process much easier on themselves. Here are a few simple things that will help you prepare for your divorce.

Cautions:

  1. Agreements in writing matter.

Divorce is an emotional process that has many ups and downs. Sometimes the parties can have moments of peace and togetherness that results in an agreement on an issue or multiple issues. This is great and is a positive experience if that moment can be reduced to writing. Often times that oral agreement and moment of peace can evaporate quickly and one party is left feeling burned. They key to solving this problem is getting something in writing, a text message, an email, or written statement can be a huge difference here.

  1. Be careful what you say / write – text messages etc. can be easily subpoenaed.

As part of that emotional process, parties can sometimes say something in a moment of anger and frustration that is regrettable. It’s something we’ve all done and will likely do again because we’re all human. I have found that it’s best to stay conscious of that risk and try to reduce the amount of negative material your soon to be former spouse has at the next hearing.

  1. Rash actions are often penalized.

Occasionally, a spouse come off the rails when divorce is on the table. I remind our clients to 1. Document, Document, Document and 2. Take a deep breath. Courts do not like to see Orders, Domestic Relations Injunctions, and other laws broken during this process. The Court will see your evidence and will ensure the next hearing takes care of the problem.

  1. Continue paying bills – try to agree on distribution.

Another common issue is parties that cannot agree on the distribution of bills and let items go unpaid. I recommend that our clients try to be the bigger person and that if they can afford a bill, to pay it. Then they can keep their receipts and present that evidence at the next hearing. It also proves best to be the responsible party in contested divorce actions.

Actions:

  1. Excel sheet of finances

One of the best things you can do to prepare yourself for the process is to create an excel spreadsheet of all your finances. List all of your bank accounts, credit cards, income, other assets, debts, investments, 401K’s , other retirement accounts, real estate investments, and anything else you can think of in a chart so that when it’s time to start dividing in the divorce, you have the full picture. You will also be required to disclose all of that information in the Financial Declaration, that is due 14 days after the Answer is filed. It’s best to have that information ready and to file on time.

  1. Wish list

Create a wish list for your case, write down everything you would award yourself, if you were the Judge in your own case. First, it’s best to have a clear idea of your goals and desires going into the divorce process. Things may change so make sure to update your list as you go. The Petition will function as the official wish list for your case. What you don’t ask for, you waive to ask for later. Second, you’ll want to make sure to keep that list updated, so that way when you negotiate later on, you’ll have the full picture. When you go to mediation, which is required in every case, you will know what you can compromise on and where you can’t. For those who have minor children, create a wish list for your ideal parenting plan in the case and how you want the legal custody and physical custody aspects of your divorce to be handled. When it’s time to present your story to the court or begin the mediation process, it’s best to know exactly what you want. This will ensure that nothing is forgotten in the heat of the moment in mediation or litigation.

  1. Potential red flags.

On the flip side, keep a list of all the potential red flags with your spouse. If there is an issue that anytime you bring it up, your spouse become erratic, emotional, or just loses it; mark it down. It’s not that you won’t bring up that issue at the next hearing or mediation session, you will just be strategic in how you do so. Often times the packaging of an issue and solution can be the difference between settling your divorce and / or winning your hearing.

This is my short list for preparing for a divorce. If you have any specific questions, be sure to schedule a consultation with our front desk.

Jesse K. West

 

 

SANDBOX BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR UTAH

SANDBOX BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR UTAH

In 2022, the Utah Legislature passed H.B. 243, which made amendments to Utah’s Regulatory Sandbox Program. Utah’s Sandbox program has developed significantly over the past few years and offers an opportunity for innovative businesses. The Sandbox is a way that businesses can introduce new ideas that are restricted by current regulations. Sandbox programs have allowed food trucks, cryptocurrency, and even AI implementation into the legal field.

Here at Long Okura, we have taken a deep dive into the program and are ready to help your business implement a new idea or concept that has never been done before because it is limited by out-of-date rules and regulations. The sandbox program has a detailed application process that involves submitting a plan including how the idea would be subjection to licensing, legal prohibition, or other authorized requirements outside of current laws and regulations in Utah. The application must identify each law or regulation that the applicant seeks to have waived or suspended when participating in the regulatory sandbox program and how the business would benefit consumers. The business idea must be different than other offerings available in the state and the application must identify the risks for consumers. The sandbox has strict requirements for the application process, demonstration period, consumer protection measures, record keeping, reporting, and even requirements for exiting the program.

Keep in mind that any consumer of the business must be a resident of the state of Utah and no law or regulations that prevents a consumer from seeking restitution may be waived in the event the consumer is harmed. After the application process begins the demonstration period. For a period of 12 months, your business operates without the laws or regulations identified and is immune to charges from any state agency. The business must recognize that the laws are returned to normal after the demonstration period unless extension or legislative action takes place. The business also must show how demonstration will end if consumers need protection or if the idea fails. The demonstration period may only be extended after the first year for an additional year. Then the business will rely on permanent action. The Regulatory Relief Office has the power to review the laws and regulations under the Sandbox program and make recommendations to the Governor and Legislature on modifying such state laws and regulations.

Here at Long Okura, we will guide you through the complex application process and help ensure all legal requirements are being met through the process. The demonstration period will require careful reporting and record keeping that we can work with your business to ensure organized systems are in place to maintain compliance under the program. Our firm will help your business identify the risks associated with a Sandbox business and find avenues to reduce that risk including legal contracts, insurance negotiation, and other legal services if necessary. We can even help request an extension under the program, walk your business through the exit process and work with the Regulatory Relief Office so that your business idea is considered in the annual report to the Legislature’s Business and Labor Interim Committee. Overall, the Sandbox program is an incredible tool for the entrepreneurs of tomorrow and setting up your future.

By Jesse K. West

ANTHEM is Here

Introducing ANTHEM...a Modern Marketing Divi Child Theme crafted with great care and love. ANTHEM includes several Home Page Layouts, plenty of features, our popular Image Intense Plugin, incredible support, and 15+ video tutorials. Save hours on design & development by purchasing ANTHEM today.

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New Rule 100A for Family Law

Utah Rule of Civil Procedure 100A went into effect November 1st, 2022.

This new rule is intended to better distinguish between different types of domestic cases and ensure those cases are handled in the most efficient way possible. It takes the form of a revitalized Case Management Conference and adds more emphasis on determining the next steps in the case and necessary discovery mechanisms.

It sets three main tracks for domestic cases that will be determined at the Case Management Conference:

  1. Standard Track – this is the expedited track for the simplest cases. These cases are immediately set for trial and only require mediation.
  2. Complex Discovery Track – this is for cases with complex discovery issues that may require experts, business evaluation, and other discovery processes that take time. A schedule is created with input form the parties in conjunction with the Court.
  3. Significant Custody Dispute Track – this is for cases with significant disputes over custody including allegations of child abuse or domestic violence. The Court will determine whether custody evaluation is necessary and whether a guardian ad litem is necessary. Those decisions on appointments will be made at this conference and reflected in the orders with scope and cost apportionment included. Next steps will be set and a pretrial hearing and/or custody evaluation settlement conference will be set as well.

The Rule notes that the Court retains discretion and may deviate from the track if necessary or even assign multiple tracks to a single case.

Recently at a CLE meeting, the Commissioner’s updated Family law attorneys on the rule and clarified how the rule will be implemented. Commissioners will be drafting and filing the orders from these conferences with exact instructions for the parties. Cases with stipulations on their chosen track and schedule are moved to the front of the line on these hearing days. Commissioners requested the use of the Court’s form for a Custody Evaluations and GAL’s. Rule 16 or 100A conferences can be used to set messy cases back on track.

The schedule for the new 100A CMC’s in the 3rd District of Salt Lake County:

Mondays at 1:30 = Sagers

Tuesdays at 1:30 = Minas

Wednesday at 1:30 = Blomquist

Thursday at 1:30 = Luhn

Overall, this is intended to be a helpful tool for Domestic cases and may help move along cases more efficiently. If you have any questions about the Rule 100A Case Management Conference and how to be prepared – please contact us today.

By Jesse West

How to help yourself prepare for Divorce

How to help yourself prepare for Divorce:

Often when meeting with potential clients who are considering divorce, I like to give advice on a few simple Cautions and Actions for clients that will make this entire process much easier on themselves. Here are a few simple things that will help you prepare for your divorce.

Cautions:

  1. Agreements in writing matter.

Divorce is an emotional process that has many ups and downs. Sometimes the parties can have moments of peace and togetherness that results in an agreement on an issue or multiple issues. This is great and is a positive experience if that moment can be reduced to writing. Often times that oral agreement and moment of peace can evaporate quickly and one party is left feeling burned. They key to solving this problem is getting something in writing, a text message, an email, or written statement can be a huge difference here.

  1. Be careful what you say / write – text messages etc. can be easily subpoenaed.

As part of that emotional process, parties can sometimes say something in a moment of anger and frustration that is regrettable. It’s something we’ve all done and will likely do again because we’re all human. I have found that it’s best to stay conscious of that risk and try to reduce the amount of negative material your soon to be former spouse has at the next hearing.

  1. Rash actions are often penalized.

Occasionally, a spouse come off the rails when divorce is on the table. I remind our clients to 1. Document, Document, Document and 2. Take a deep breath. Courts do not like to see Orders, Domestic Relations Injunctions, and other laws broken during this process. The Court will see your evidence and will ensure the next hearing takes care of the problem.

  1. Continue paying bills – try to agree on distribution.

Another common issue is parties that cannot agree on the distribution of bills and let items go unpaid. I recommend that our clients try to be the bigger person and that if they can afford a bill, to pay it. Then they can keep their receipts and present that evidence at the next hearing. It also proves best to be the responsible party in contested divorce actions.

Actions:

  1. Excel sheet of finances

One of the best things you can do to prepare yourself for the process is to create an excel spreadsheet of all your finances. List all of your bank accounts, credit cards, income, other assets, debts, investments, 401K’s , other retirement accounts, real estate investments, and anything else you can think of in a chart so that when it’s time to start dividing in the divorce, you have the full picture. You will also be required to disclose all of that information in the Financial Declaration, that is due 14 days after the Answer is filed. It’s best to have that information ready and to file on time.

  1. Wish list

Create a wish list for your case, write down everything you would award yourself, if you were the Judge in your own case. First, it’s best to have a clear idea of your goals and desires going into the divorce process. Things may change so make sure to update your list as you go. The Petition will function as the official wish list for your case. What you don’t ask for, you waive to ask for later. Second, you’ll want to make sure to keep that list updated, so that way when you negotiate later on, you’ll have the full picture. When you go to mediation, which is required in every case, you will know what you can compromise on and where you can’t. For those who have minor children, create a wish list for your ideal parenting plan in the case and how you want the legal custody and physical custody aspects of your divorce to be handled. When it’s time to present your story to the court or begin the mediation process, it’s best to know exactly what you want. This will ensure that nothing is forgotten in the heat of the moment in mediation or litigation.

  1. Potential red flags.

On the flip side, keep a list of all the potential red flags with your spouse. If there is an issue that anytime you bring it up, your spouse become erratic, emotional, or just loses it; mark it down. It’s not that you won’t bring up that issue at the next hearing or mediation session, you will just be strategic in how you do so. Often times the packaging of an issue and solution can be the difference between settling your divorce and / or winning your hearing.

This is my short list for preparing for a divorce. If you have any specific questions, be sure to schedule a consultation with our front desk.

Jesse K. West

 

 

SANDBOX BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR UTAH

SANDBOX BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR UTAH

In 2022, the Utah Legislature passed H.B. 243, which made amendments to Utah’s Regulatory Sandbox Program. Utah’s Sandbox program has developed significantly over the past few years and offers an opportunity for innovative businesses. The Sandbox is a way that businesses can introduce new ideas that are restricted by current regulations. Sandbox programs have allowed food trucks, cryptocurrency, and even AI implementation into the legal field.

Here at Long Okura, we have taken a deep dive into the program and are ready to help your business implement a new idea or concept that has never been done before because it is limited by out-of-date rules and regulations. The sandbox program has a detailed application process that involves submitting a plan including how the idea would be subjection to licensing, legal prohibition, or other authorized requirements outside of current laws and regulations in Utah. The application must identify each law or regulation that the applicant seeks to have waived or suspended when participating in the regulatory sandbox program and how the business would benefit consumers. The business idea must be different than other offerings available in the state and the application must identify the risks for consumers. The sandbox has strict requirements for the application process, demonstration period, consumer protection measures, record keeping, reporting, and even requirements for exiting the program.

Keep in mind that any consumer of the business must be a resident of the state of Utah and no law or regulations that prevents a consumer from seeking restitution may be waived in the event the consumer is harmed. After the application process begins the demonstration period. For a period of 12 months, your business operates without the laws or regulations identified and is immune to charges from any state agency. The business must recognize that the laws are returned to normal after the demonstration period unless extension or legislative action takes place. The business also must show how demonstration will end if consumers need protection or if the idea fails. The demonstration period may only be extended after the first year for an additional year. Then the business will rely on permanent action. The Regulatory Relief Office has the power to review the laws and regulations under the Sandbox program and make recommendations to the Governor and Legislature on modifying such state laws and regulations.

Here at Long Okura, we will guide you through the complex application process and help ensure all legal requirements are being met through the process. The demonstration period will require careful reporting and record keeping that we can work with your business to ensure organized systems are in place to maintain compliance under the program. Our firm will help your business identify the risks associated with a Sandbox business and find avenues to reduce that risk including legal contracts, insurance negotiation, and other legal services if necessary. We can even help request an extension under the program, walk your business through the exit process and work with the Regulatory Relief Office so that your business idea is considered in the annual report to the Legislature’s Business and Labor Interim Committee. Overall, the Sandbox program is an incredible tool for the entrepreneurs of tomorrow and setting up your future.

By Jesse K. West

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