Jason C. Hunter practices in the areas of federal and state taxation, estate... more
Jason C. Hunter practices in the areas of federal and state taxation, estate planning (including estate and trust administration and asset protection), and business planning. Jason provides legal counsel to individuals and businesses regarding various federal and state tax matters and he represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service and/or state tax authorities. He prepares and impleme... view profile
Jack Helgesen likes people and has devoted his life to helping them fight bullies... more
Jack Helgesen likes people and has devoted his life to helping them fight bullies and get justice. He received a Juris Doctor law degree from BYU Law School. He grew up in Ogden, but started his career in 1980 in Phoenix. He later moved to Kaysville, Utah. Jack became a trial lawyer in hundreds of civil and criminal trials. • As an injury trial lawyer for severely injured Utahns, Mr. H... view profile
Jason graduated near the top of his class from the Reuben J. Clark Law School at... more
Jason graduated near the top of his class from the Reuben J. Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 2007. He is recognized as one of the top lawyers in Utah and has received many other awards during his career. He specializes in the areas of Business Disputes, Construction, Real Estate, Contracts and Family Law. Before graduating law school, Jason worked full time as a licensed sec... view profile
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