TRANSPARENT COSTS. INFORMED CLIENTS.
We’re giving clients a better legal experience by using modern technology to keep clients up-to-date on the costs and progress of their matters.
Obtaining legal assistance can often be a frustrating experience. Costs seem high, progress seems slow. Or worse, both costs and progress are unknown altogether. We’re changing that by using modern technology to make sure the costs and progress of matters are transparent for our clients.
We are a full service firm helping clients from Utah County through Southeastern Utah with a variety of matters. On many matters we provide our services on a flat fee, including uncontested divorces (starting at $1,318) and bankruptcy ($1,315). Our hourly rate starts at $250.
We assist families with a range of needs, including adoption and divorce. Our fee for an uncontested divorce starts at $1,318, which includes standard court filing fees.
We know what opportunities and challenges small and medium businesses face and can provide guidance and help with questions such as formation and contract review.
TRUSTS & ESTATES
We help our clients put their affairs in order and protect the assets they’ve worked hard to acquire. Where needed, we also assist clients with probate matters.
We try to avoid high legal fees, but when a client’s case cannot be resolved outside of litigation, our litigation experience will help us protect our client’s interests in the courtroom.
Tulsa Law School ’86
20+ years of experience practicing law in Utah
Harvard Law School ’12
2 years practicing in New York, licensed in Utah and New York
CASE: UTAH SUPREME COURT
Termination of parental rights matter involving state and federal due process and equal protection claims. Constitutionality of Utah statute was also challenged. We handled the legal research, drafting of brief, and oral arguments before the Utah Supreme Court.
CASE: ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL
Property owners sought protection of nonconforming use rights. In preparing an appellate brief for the hearing officer, we researched precedential and persuasive case law, analyzing state and county statutes and land use ordinances (past and present), historical documents provided via a GRAMA request, and advisory opinions from the state’s ombudsman office.
CASE: UTAH COURT OF APPEALS
We assisted another law firm put the finishing touches on their appellate brief in a medical malpractice appeal.
CASE: IMMIGRATION RFE
We assisted our client in successfully complying with a request for evidence issued by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services in response to the client’s initial pro se submission of a petition for permanent residency.