I have been practicing divorce and child custody law for over 25 years. I am also a... more
I have been practicing divorce and child custody law for over 25 years. I am also a mediator and help people to find solutions in a creative process to help resolve their conflict. My firm, Richards & Godfrey, P.C. is a full service law firm that practices in the area of family and domestic law, including divorce and child custody cases, bankruptcy, adoptions, real estate, criminal and imm... view profile
My name is Jason Richards, and I am an attorney in Northern Utah. I live in Davis... more
My name is Jason Richards, and I am an attorney in Northern Utah. I live in Davis County with my wife and three children. I run my own practice and have offices in Ogden and North Salt Lake. I grew up in Ogden and attended local public schools. I graduated from the University of Utah Law School with a juris doctorate degree. My practice primarily centralizes on criminal defense, bankruptcy and ... view profile
Attorney Vincent Stevens was born and raised with the values and culture of Northern... more
Attorney Vincent Stevens was born and raised with the values and culture of Northern Utah. After completing his undergraduate work at WeberStateUniversity he moved to New England. Vince graduated from Western New England College of Law in May of 2010. During his law school career, Vince volunteered in several internships with the federal government. He completed an internship with the Feder... view profile
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