Did you know that more than 65% of the population does not have a valid estate plan in place? We want to change that. Furthermore, a large portion of the plans that are in place have not been updated or are outdated. If the estate plan does not fit your needs, it could cause more harm than not having a plan in the first place.
Whether you are married, single, divorced, or widowed, an estate plan can benefit you. Regardless of your age, an estate plan can benefit you. Do not wait until it is too late. It is never too early to have a plan.
A well executed estate plan by ABC Utah Law can help you and your family:
- Avoid probate costs
- Avoid months of waiting
- Save thousands on estate taxes
- Minimize family conflict and hassle
- And much, much more
A typical attorney will charge you hourly for the work that they do. A typical estate planning firm will leave you high and dry after giving you a blanket plan. Do not settle for a regular estate planning firm or a cookie cutter plan. I believe in creating long term relationships with my clients. I do this by customizing my work to my clients’ needs.
ABC Utah Law provides quality criminal defense representation to adults and juveniles in Davis, Weber, and Morgan Counties, and throughout Utah.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, you will need the assistance of an attorney to stand by you who knows what to do, and who will put your interests first. A criminal conviction can have negative and lasting consequences for you and your family, including loss of basic civil rights such as the right to own or possess a firearm or to vote. Depending on whether you are charged with a felony or misdemeanor, you may face a prison sentence, jail time, significant fines, community service, probation, and other penalties.
I have experience in defending people charged with the following:
If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with a crime of any kind, you need an attorney, and ABC Utah Law can help you. Please contact my office today for a free initial consultation.
Adoption is a way for a couple or a family to claim legal responsibility for a child who has no parents, whose parents have abandoned them, or whose parents are unfit to care for them. Because Utah adoptions laws differ slightly from many other states regarding parental rights, it is important to have an experienced attorney to guide you through the process.