201505.26
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Why I practice law

Joshua Tandy is a Utah business law attorney at PEARSON BUTLER Law, where his practice focuses primarily on business transactional work.  Josh largely works with high net worth individuals, small business owners, and entrepreneurs to ensure their varying strategic goals are achieved.  His work requires him to be knowledgeable in contract negotiation, secured and tiered…

201503.14
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Student Loan Forgiveness through Bankruptcy

More than 40 million Americans have student loans averaging $28,000 of debt which collectively total over $1.3 trillion.  Because of the heavy student loan burden, the White House is considering allowing Americans to obtain student loan forgiveness through bankruptcy, something the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and federal lawmakers having been considering for a…

201503.03
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Why do attorneys encourage their clients to see a chiropractor after a car accident?

It’s a common practice for car accident lawyers to refer their clients who are victims in a car accident to visit with a doctor of chiropractic medicine.  The question is why?  There are several reasons why attorneys refer their clients.  I will explain a few of these reasons. Why Visit a Chiropractor Car Accident Specialist?…

201411.12
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Utah divorce attorney Kelli Larson joins PEARSON BUTLER Law

Utah divorce attorney Kelli Larson has joined the Family Law Section of Pearson Butler.  She has successfully represented hundreds of clients in divorce and custody matters in Utah.  Kelli also has experience representing a broad range of other family law issues such as adoptions, surrogacy agreements, common law marriages, annulments and guardianships. See the bio…

201411.11
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Litigation attorney Daniel Witte has article published by American Bar Association

Daniel E. Witte, an Equity Member and Litigation Chair for Pearson, Butler & Carson PLLC, has recently published Managing Irresponsible Actors In Federal Interpleader Actions, 50 Tort Trial & Ins. Practice L. J. (2014), the lead article for the fiftieth issue of the American Bar Association’s premier law review.  The 48-page article explains how federal…

201410.13
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Utah bankruptcy attorney reports that bankruptcy filing are higher in September 2014

For the first time this year, the September bankruptcy filings statistics show an increase in bankruptcy filings, when comparing September 2014 filings with those of September 2013.  From January through August, each month reported lower bankruptcy filings when compared to the same months in 2013.   Each month, the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Utah, lists the number of bankruptcy filings for the…