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Stewart Gollan has quite literally saved my, and my family's (I am the breadwinner) life. I turned to him in... more
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Stewart Gollan

Salt Lake City, UT Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
Jory Trease did an outstanding job handling my case. Mine was a more complicated CH13 case than the average... more
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Jory Trease

Salt Lake City, UT Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 9.2
Jory was incredibly kind! He took the time out of his day to sit down with me and go over the details of my... more
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Jory Trease

Salt Lake City, UT Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 9.2
Marji is an amazing BK attorney. She was fairly priced and went above and beyond my expectations! Coming from... more
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Marji Hanson

Salt Lake City, UT Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 8.3
Tamara was referred to me by a mutual friend and she arranged to see my wife and I at very short notice. I... more
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Tamara Fackrell

Salt Lake City, UT Mediation
Avvo rating 8.0
We came to Jory lost in our debts, and he is the BEST bankruptcy attorney you will ever find. He helped us... more
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Jory Trease

Salt Lake City, UT Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 9.2
John helped me with a very sensitive family law issue. He was extremely knowledgeable, attentive and... more
Salt Lake City  John S Fueston

John Fueston

Salt Lake City, UT Family
Avvo rating 6.4
I was referred to Charles Perschon on Feb 13 2015 by a family member who was a current client of another... more
Salt Lake City  Charles L Perschon

Charles Perschon

Salt Lake City, UT Appeals
Avvo rating 9.4

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Salt Lake City's founding differed from nearly all other western cities, in that it was not founded by a group of unassociated individuals. Instead, an organized group of Mormons founded the city with the goal of establishing a self-sufficient city in the wilderness. For almost a generation, Salt Lake City was just that.

However, the completion of a transcontinental railroad in 1869 changed the isolated nature of the area, and Salt Lake City increasingly became a reflection of the nation as a whole. While the Mormon church remains a major factor in Salt Lake City today, less than half of the population identify as Mormons.