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Why Should You Hire An Attorney?

There are so many self-help resources available to people online. Some of these online resources even claim to be by attorneys with attorney help and support. Some are even owned and run by celebrity attorneys. They all claim to be able to save you money on your legal services. Which


Special Need Trusts

Special needs trusts are set up to allow people with special needs to qualify for or maintain “needs-based” government benefits such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”). In general, eligibility for these programs requires that a person’s assets held in a special needs trust will not be seen as


The Bar Exam Matters

I think it is interesting that some places are seeking to make it easier to become an attorney. Review this article for some interesting information. I passed on the first try. The bar exam matters. We can help with divorce, criminal, probate and estate planning.   Does California make it


We Make Divorce Easier

We make divorce easier.  Our attorneys understand the process.  They have a combined experience of more than 50 years doing divorce in Southern Utah.  In a way you could say we have been there and done that when it comes to divorces. We have handled divorces where there were almost no


We Have Great Attorneys

Travis Christiansen recently was honored for his work by his peers.  He practices estate planning, divorce law, criminal defense, DUI and business law.   Attorney Travis R. Christiansen has Achieved a BV Distinguished™ Peer Review Rating™ from Martindale-Hubbell®. Travis R. Christiansen, a lawyer based in St. George, UT whose primary


Federal Judge Declares Utah Anti-Polygamy Law Unconstitutional

Utah’s anti-polygamy law is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled this week. State Attorney General Sean Reyes has already said that he plans to appeal the decision. In December, U.S. District Court Judge Clark Waddoups said that the state could keep the ban, but would not be allowed to arrest people who violate it by


Utah Threatens Liquor Permit Of Theater Showing ‘Deadpool’

Utah alcohol bosses have filed a complaint and will consider revoking the liquor license of a movie theater it says violated a state obscenity law by serving drinks while screening “Deadpool,” which features simulated sex scenes. The theater said the law is unconstitutional and has threatened to challenge it in

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