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Family Law

Our Utah family law attorney knows you must be well informed to make important decisions. Legal family issues affect every aspect of our lives including emotional health, happiness and stability. You deserve compassion, responsiveness and direct, insightful communication every step of the way during this difficult time. We are fast, our consultation is free, and we will work to get you results.

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Divorce

Going through a Divorce can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. The mixture of emotions, from sadness to confusion to anger, can take its toll. We understand how hard it is to share your most intimate family and financial details with a Utah Divorce Lawyer you just met. Our Salt Lake City Utah Divorce Attorneys understand how difficult this period of time can be. We want you to be completely comfortable with us. We are a family-owned law firm and believe in being sensitive to your needs during these trying times. At Wall & Wall, P.C., we offer emotional support, compassion, and most importantly, excellent legal advice to clients when they need it most.

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Personal Injury

Why do you need personal injury attorneys Salt Lake City? If you have been injured in a vehicle accident, you know that the physical injury is just a portion of the pain you are going through. Add on the insurance hassles, lost employment wages, and medical bills, and it is easy to feel overwhelmed. At Wall & Wall, P.C., our auto accident attorneys in Utah’s Salt Lake City help take the burden off clients who have been hurt due to the recklessness and negligence of others.

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Criminal Defense

Have you been arrested or charged with a crime? If so, you need to get accurate legal advice from the minute you are considered a suspect until the matter is resolved. The best way to protect your Constitutional rights is to know what they are, and be familiar with the best way to respond to requests and questions from law enforcement officials.

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Contracts

If you have ever purchased a home or vehicle, formed a business or partnership or even worked as an employee or independent contractor, you’ve likely encountered some form of contract. From simple agreements to complex multi-page documents, a contract is a legally binding agreement between two parties. No matter how skilled you are at other facets of your business and personal life, reviewing and understanding a contract requires a specialist.

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Paralegal Services

The practice of law is known for its overwhelming amounts of paperwork, specificity and confusion, price, and a wealth of other things making the average person’s ability to navigate the legal world seemingly impossible. A strong attorney can be expensive, so what can one do if they don’t have the time to attend law school or the money to pay for trustworthy legal aid? The answer to that question is easy, but many people are not aware of the option: Hire a paralegal!

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Wills & Trusts

There is no greater gift you can give your family than creating a will. When you work with a Salt Lake City attorney to create this critical legal document, you safeguard your family’s future. Your will lays out precisely what happens in the event of your death and makes managing your estate much easier for your loved ones. To learn more about the process of creating a will from an experienced and compassionate attorney, please fill out our contact form on the right side of the page.

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Real Estate

There was a time when buying or selling real estate involved an exchange of money and a handshake. Those days are long gone. Real estate transactions today are complicated and require professional counsel to navigate successfully. Please contact our firm through the form below for consultation and guidance on any residential or commercial real estate needs you may have.

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What Sets Us Apart

We understand the many complexities surrounding the issues of family law and divorce. We have helped many families throughout the Salt Lake Valley to make educated decisions about their case by providing them with the required legal insight. At Wall and Wall you can rest easy knowing that you have an attorney dedicated to protecting your rights, who listen to you attentively, and one who is sensitive to the emotions involved. We will work with you to develop a strategy to resolve your case, and you will remain informed of important developments every step of the way. Together, we will achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family.

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Yes, you can. Wall & Wall offers a free 30-minute consultation to help guide clients through the process of self-representation. DIY divorce assistance from Wall & Wall is an option that combines the low-cost of a do-it-yourself divorce with expert assistance.

As the petitioner, (the one who starts the proceedings) you must complete a set of documents and file them with the district court in your county.  If you hire a divorce attorney, he or she will prepare and file those documents for you. A budget-friendly option is to seek legal guidance for filing for divorce.

In Utah, there is a 90-day waiting period between the time the petition is originally filed and the date a judge signs the final divorce decree. However, disagreements over assetschild custodyalimony, and other issues can delay a divorce for many months or even years.

If there are no appeals, a divorce becomes final when the divorce decree is filed by the Clerk of the Court, typically the same day the judge signs the decree.

To take the best advantage of a free consultation, it’s a good idea to come prepared with a list of questions. Ask about the fee structure, is it fixed or by the hour? How long will the divorce take? This answer depends on many factors, but an attorney can at least provide a reasonable expectation. How will the property be dispersed? Who will maintain custody of the children? It’s important to have a realistic view of your state’s custody laws before proceeding.

Yes, both parties are required to attend at least one mediation session under Utah law. Though mediation is a valuable tool, when it comes to divorce mediator vs. lawyer it’s important to remember that mediators cannot offer legal advice or advocate for your legal rights; only a lawyer can do that.

No, the state of Utah does not require a lawyer to get divorced. However, an attorney knows the state laws and the legal system to make sure you get what you’re entitled to and knows when and where to file documents so that deadlines get met on time. If you and your spouse disagree on property disbursement, child custody or other major issues, trying to negotiate a do-it-yourself divorce could turn into a long, costly and stress-filled nightmare. A divorce attorney is there to protect your rights, make sure you’re treated fairly, and that everything is handled correctly.

First, a divorce lawyer should have experience and knowledge about the state they practice in. A representative you feel comfortable with and can communicate easily with is also important. Divorce proceedings sometimes take an unexpected turn, so an attorney who can be available when needed and represent your interests is vital. If you’re searching for a Salt Lake City divorce lawyer, or any divorce attorney in Utah, don’t hesitate to ask for a  free consultation before making an appointment.

One of the most common questions when consulting with a divorce attorney is how much does a divorce attorney cost. It’s important to remember there are many costs involved besides lawyer fees. If any issues are contested or if the case ends up going to trial costs will be higher. If both parties are in agreement to the divorce terms, an uncontested or Flat Rate Divorce is the simplest and least costly option. A Flat Rate divorce can cost as little as $1,000, including legal services and filing fees.

We offer flat fees for various uncontested legal services such as divorces, paternity, custody, support, parent-time cases, criminal expungements, modifications, annulment, and child support. We also offer flat fees for the following legal agreements: prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, and cohabitation agreements. Please ask our attorneys for more information on our flat fee legal service options, call today