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Salt Lake City  Lauren R Barros

Lauren Barros

Salt Lake City, UT Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
While he said he would work hard to take care of the case, I hired another attorney who frequently contacted... more
Salt Lake City  Justin S. Pratt

Justin Pratt

Salt Lake City, UT DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 9.6
Matt is a great attorney to work with. He constantly kept me informed of the progress of my case, and... more
Salt Lake City  Matthew G. Wadsworth

Matthew Wadsworth

Salt Lake City, UT Lawsuits & Disputes
Avvo rating 9.6
Milda Shibonis is a wonderful attorney. She is very knowledgeable and handled our case very professionally.... more
Salt Lake City  Milda Shibonis

Milda Shibonis

Salt Lake City, UT Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.2
Shantelle is an amazing advocate, a competent and caring attorney that made a difference in our lives. I... more
Salt Lake City  Shantelle L Argyle

Shantelle Argyle

Salt Lake City, UT Family
Avvo rating 7.5
Ms. Mitchell is the best lawyer that I have ever known. She is caring and wise beyond her years. I often have... more
Salt Lake City  Kareema Mitchell

Kareema Mitchell

Salt Lake City, UT Family
Avvo rating 6.0
Mr. Cowdin has represented me in two separate cases, both of which had the most favorable outcomes. The... more
Salt Lake City  Jacob K Cowdin

Jacob Cowdin

Salt Lake City, UT Family
Avvo rating 5.9
I have used Spencer Ball’s legal and real estate title services for many years. He has always done a... more
Salt Lake City  J. Spencer Ball

J. Ball

Salt Lake City, UT Estate Planning
Avvo rating 7.2


practicing lawyers in Salt Lake City

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.