Millcreek, Utah Real Estate Lawyers
I am a sole practitioner who answers her own phone and makes her own appointments. If you hire me, you will always be working with me, not an associate or paralegal. My primary concern is providing the information you need to make important decisions -- call anytime for a free consultation and never sign anything without reading it carefully, first! I am licensed in Utah, Idaho, New York and California. With the exception of California, I have lived and practiced law in each of these jurisdictions.
(801) 266-3737 P.O. Box 317
Paris, ID 83261
Paris, ID 83261
Michael is a 4th generation entrepreneur and real estate attorney. His great grandfather, Henry W. Stahle, Esq., founded a real estate development, management, and investment firm that he and his family still operate to this day. Michael earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science (Magna Cum Laude) from Weber State University, and a J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. While in law school, Michael was a member of the school’s Student Law Office, which served members of society who faced a variety of issues for which they might not otherwise have legal representation. Michael also...
Salt Lake City, UT Real Estate Law Lawyer. 11 years experience
301 W 5400 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Real Estate, IP, Patents and Trademarks
Brigham Young University
Brigham Young University
I provide a full range of services in various areas of intellectual property law, from patent, trademark, and copyright litigation, to patent drafting and prosecution, to license preparation, and more. I can back up my commitment to quality with legal accomplishments, experience, and technical acumen. Since graduating cum laude from law school at Brigham Young University in 2005, where I served as a Senior Editor on the Law Review, and worked as an extern in Chambers for Chief Justice Abrahamson of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and Justice Parish of the Utah Supreme Court, I have acquired experience with several respected...
Abraham Bates is a foreclosure-defense attorney practicing in Utah. Based out of Salt Lake City, his practice covers the entire state of Utah, Nevada, Arizona and California, and he is the Managing Partner of a law firm with attorneys licensed in the states of Nevada, Arizona and California. Abe is a committed defender of the rights of homeowners and he strongly believes that homeownership - including having equity in your home - is fundamental to the fabric of democracy and American society. As Managing Partner of Wasatch Advocates and Homeowner Legal Defense Advocates, Abe manages a team of over 30 attorneys,...
5-Star Rated UT Real Estate Attorney and licensed UT Broker. Quoted in SLC Tribune regarding foreclosure boom. First Attorney in the nation to successfully nullify trust deeds with proven legal techniques. Member of BBB, free consultations. Former Chicago Prosecutor. Commercial and residential real estate solutions: short sales, foreclosure, eminent domain, landlord tenant, eviction, construction law, land use development, condemnation, property tax appeal and assessment, contracts, real estate fraud.
Brandon Myers was selected by his peers as one of Utah Business magazine's 2014 Utah Legal Elite in "Up & Coming - Real Estate." He graduated with Honors in 2006 from the S. J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. He served on the Utah Law Review as an Articles Editor. His practice has focused on litigation, although he routinely advises community association and owner clients on general matters. Brandon has tremendous litigation experience at both the trial and appellate level. Brandon has litigated hundreds of cases and has regularly been appointed by insurance companies to defend...
Melyssa graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in the top of her class. Her prior experience in employment law, bankruptcy law, and commercial litigation give her a well-rounded perspective when advising community association clients. She has represented community associations in a large variety of matters including enforcement matters, governing document rewrites and amendments, and Fair Housing Act compliance disputes. She also represents developers and builders in their operation of community associations during the control period and in complicated legal disputes related to the development of lots. Melyssa has demonstrated a long term commitment to the...
Prior to opening Utah Lease Law, Dean served as in-house counsel for a national commercial real estate owner and developer, where he performed virtually all legal and pre-development responsibilities in connection with the acquisition, entitlement, development, leasing and disposition of single-tenant and shopping center projects from 1 to 40 acres in multiples states. For complete profile and services visit www.UtahLeaseAttorney.com
Robert A. Eder, Jr. helps people file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Robert’s office is located at 5667 S. Redwood Road, Suite 8, Salt Lake City, UT 84123. Robert has been practicing bankruptcy law since 1999. Robert helps clients from all over Utah - if you do not live in the Salt Lake City area, we can take care of almost everything by mail, email, telephone, and fax. Robert offers a free consultation, either in-person or by phone, depending on which works better for you.
John Morris is one of Utah’s foremost attorneys in the field of community association law. His practice includes all aspects of community association law, including governing document drafting and rewrites, governance issues, complex litigation, governing document enforcement, new association development and turnover, disputes between owners and associations, and construction defect related disputes.
DAVID P. HIRSCHI is a manager and owner of HIRSCHI STEELE & BAER, PLLC. Mr. Hirschi’s practice emphasizes general business transactions, residential and commercial real estate acquisitions, sales, and land use planning; negotiation and documentation of project, construction, permanent and lease financing; the preparation and interpretation of commercial, industrial, office and retail leases; title insurance litigation; foreclosures and workouts of troubled loans and developments; real estate investment and land use planning strategies; and general estate and trust planning. Mr. Hirschi is the current Chair and member of the Board of Directors of the Utah Land Use Institute and...
Scott advises companies and individuals regarding business transactions and personal planning. Representative transactions include formation and operation of various business entities, private placement memorandums for fundraising, exempt securities, public company reporting and compliance, formation and qualification of charitable organizations, real estate transactions, asset protection strategies for individuals and businesses, wills, trusts and death tax planning, and settling and administering estates and trusts. Scott has represented natural resource companies, construction companies, multi-level marketing companies, small and large private estates, publicly supported charities with foreign operations, and clients with substantial offshore assets.
Quinn is one of the founding members of Morris Sperry and heads up the Morris Sperry collections team. Quinn brings tremendous depth in community association cases involving bankruptcy, including collection matters where owners file for bankruptcy relief. He is responsible for the oversight of the collection practice at Morris Sperry and has entered appearances in over 200 bankruptcy cases. He is unmatched in his experience and ability to navigate the special rules and procedures applicable to collection matters involving bankruptcy cases. Quinn's practice also includes all aspects of community association law including document rewrites, litigation, and governance issues.
Mr. Lund focuses his practice on challenging litigation and trial work throughout the West. With a 30 year jury trial record that is both extensive and successful, he has earned his place as a go-to attorney for clients with high-stakes cases. In 2011, Mr. Lund obtained one of the largest jury verdicts ever awarded in Utah, over $54 million in lost profit damages for his client’s resort development rights. In 2014, he represented the landlord of the Park City ski terrain in successfully terminating the lease of the prior operator, which led to Vail Resort’s combination of Park City...
(801) 560-1137 4032 Crytsal Bridge Drive
Carbondale, CO 81623
Carbondale, CO 81623
Mr. Shumway's practice is primarily focused on business, securities and real estate law with an emphasis on finance. Mr. Shumway is also a managing partner at the law firm of Shumway Van. His experience in business operations helps him to achieve highly optimal results for his clients, all of which are business owners.
Daniel Day is a commercial litigation attorney serving the real estate and construction industries in Utah. Mr. Day also handles complex divorce cases involving the division of substantial assets including businesses and real estate. The courts of Utah have also approved Mr. Day for mediation of all forms of commercial and domestic disputes.
Clark has practiced law since 1981. He began his career as a law clerk to Honorable H. Vearle Payne, Senior Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico. Since 1981, Clark has worked in a wide range of settings, including the Utah Attorney General's office, construction and surety law boutique firms, and one of Utah's largest law firms. Clark has been a shareholder at Fetzer Simonsen Booth & Jenkins since 2003. Clark is an accomplished mediator and arbitrator. He is on the Roster of Neutrals of the American Arbitration Association and the roster...