I dedicate my practice to all areas of family law. I enjoy meeting, counseling, and advocating for my clients. Family law is tough, but I find great satisfaction in helping a client get through difficult or complex circumstances so they can move forward in life. Specifically, I assist clients in the following areas:
I understand that no one really wants to hire an attorney. But individuals involved in family law matters need good legal advice and always benefit from having an attorney. My first objective with every client is to inform and educate as to their legal rights and duties, then to discuss how we can reach their goals in the most optimal fashion. Some cases are able to be settled while others need to be argued before a judge. The client is always in control of which path to take.
One of people’s biggest concerns with hiring an attorney is the cost. While each case is unique, I offer competitive retainer prices and save costs by ensuring we take a focused approach in harmony with your objectives.
Your legal strategy will always be customized based on your goals and expected outcomes. If we need to go to court, I will advocate your side in a manner designed to get real results. When you hire me, you will get sound advice, quality representation, and reasonable fees.
|Family Law Attorney||Moody Brown Law||2015 - Present|
|Family Law Attorney||Dexter & Dexter||2007 - 2015|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Utah State Bar||Member||2007 - Present|
|Utah State Bar, Family Law Section||Member||2007 - Present|
|Brigham Young University - J. Reuben Clark Law School||N/A||2007|
|Vicchrilli v. Tracy||Prevailing Party|
|Franklin v. Brockbank||Achieved Dismissal for client|
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