Justin has worked for Moody Brown Law since 2011. He completed undergraduate degrees... more
Justin has worked for Moody Brown Law since 2011. He completed undergraduate degrees from Dixie State College and Utah State University and his law degree from BYU. Justin focuses his practice primarily on various aspects of family, juvenile, and criminal law, including the following: Divorce, child custody, enforcement of orders, modification of orders, judgment/collection of child support a... view profile
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