What is an intentionally defective grantor trust?
An Intentionally Defective Grantor Trust (IGDT) is an estate planning tool often used by estate
My land in Utah is “landlocked,” what can I do to get access? Obtain an Easement by Necessity.
Suppose that Jane owns a large piece of land in Utah. She decides to divide
A survey shows that my neighbor’s fence is on my property, but they won’t move it. What can I do about it?
John and Anne are neighbors. John decides he wants to landscape his property and seeks
I’m buying a home should I get title insurance or not?
I'm buying a home, but I don't want to pay for title insurance. Should I
3 Important Reasons to Complete a Utah Advance Health Care Directive
You have probably heard of an Advance Health Care Directive (AHCD), perhaps at a doctor’s
Is it legal to practice law in Utah without a license?
In order to practice law within the United States, either in state courts or in
Fatal Shooting Cases Involving Police Officers
Criminal and Civil Consequences in Fatal Shooting Cases Involving Police Officers Whenever a fatal shooting
Powdered Alcohol in Utah?
Upcoming Legislative Actions—Will the Sale of Powdered Alcohol be Banned from Utah? Following the lead
DMV Hearing Request
If a police officer confiscates your driver’s license as a result of a DUI charge,
Stalking – How does the law define it?
Under Utah law, stalking is considered a criminal offense. There are two ways that a