Kristina Otterstrom is a member of the Utah State Bar and her legal practice focuses on divorce, child custody and adoption. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Texas A&M University with a degree in Journalism. She subsequently received her JD from Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School.
Kristina has been published in the Utah Bar Journal and writes on a variety of topics including child support, custody, and the financial aspects of divorce.
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Articles By Kristina Otterstrom
If you decide to separate from your spouse rather than get a divorce, you might still be able to get a court to order your spouse to pay you support.
Learn how to enforce your child support order when your ex-spouse won’t let you see your child.
Learn more about the uncontested divorce process in Maine.
There’s an old saying that absence makes the heart grow fonder. Unfortunately, when spouses are going through a divorce, nothing could be farther from the truth. Bitter feelings can cause otherwise reasonable people to engage in long legal battles that consume enormous amounts of time, money, and energy.
Learn more about the process of uncontested divorce in Massachusetts.
If you're beginning a divorce and you're already dreading the expense and the emotional turmoil of the process, take heart—you might be able to avoid most or all of it if you're a candidate for what’s known as an “uncontested divorce.”
Learn about the process of uncontested divorce in Illinois.
Find out whether you can change your or your child's name as part of your divorce.
If you’re getting divorced in Vermont and you or your spouse has cheated, you’ll need to know how the adultery will affect the judge’s decisions about your case, including alimony, child custody, and child support.
If you’re getting divorced in Wisconsin and you or your spouse has cheated, you’ll need to know how the adultery will affect the judge’s decisions about your case, including alimony, child custody, and child support.