Adoption Adoption creates a parent-child relationship. For various reasons, many children find themselves without parents who are willing or able to care for them. Through adoption, children can find homes with parents who love them. Utah’s adoption laws are centered on the best interest of the child, and standards must be met, which is why it’s important to have an attorney guide you through the process.
Estate Planning Whether you know it or not, you have an estate plan. Utah has a set of default rules that governs what happens to your property when you die. In this day and age, the one-size fits all approach to something so personal and unique as estate planning doesn’t cut it. Consult with an attorney about how to customize your estate plan to meet your specific needs and wants.
Family Law Family is the recipe for the most exquisite joy and happiness that an individual can experience in life. However, sometimes relationships go sour and the family unit dissolves. Divorce carries with it significant consequences, not the least of which are legal in nature. A skilled attorney will help you make sense of all of those terms and assist you in starting a new life.
Litigation Litigation is basically a fancy word for lawsuit. When you file a lawsuit, you seek relief from the Court for some wrong that has been done to you. The goal of the law of contracts and torts is to put you back into the same position you were in before the wrong occurred—or as close to it as possible. Litigation involves more than just filing a complaint and going to trial.