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Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Basics of Commercial Law

From the time you start planning a new business and throughout every phase of the business cycle, you can face mountains of contracts with customers, vendors, lenders and employees. Commercial law includes creating legally-accepted contracts. But when conflicts arise that you cannot resolve informally, you may need the help of attorneys with experience in business… Read More »


Can a Minor Inherit My Property Through a Will in Utah?

Recognizing that minor children do not have sufficient maturity to make vital decisions regarding their daily lives or their property, Utah law requires the appointment of a custodian in the event a child loses both parents before reaching age 18. But while one individual may provide custodial care of one or more children, someone else… Read More »


How to Overcome a Title Defect in Salt Lake City

Whether you buy a new home or business property in Salt Lake City, the transaction represents a major cash outlay, which is why you need to conduct a thorough title search to help protect your rights to your investment. But many previously undiscovered issues can arise that may affect your title rights after you own… Read More »


How Does Utah Determine Child Support?

Utah law focuses on the best interests of the children when determining the support each parent must pay.  But child support depends on many issues – such as the financial circumstances of each parent, special needs of the children and custody arrangements set in the divorce decree. An experienced Salt Lake City lawyer can ensure… Read More »


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