Your Legal Options: What is Alternative Dispute Resolution? Legal disputes—whether they involve complex business issues, property, divorce, or many other areas of law—can be contentious, confusing, and sometimes physically and emotionally draining. There are some instances when seeking out another, more cooperative means of sorting out disputes and coming to an agreement can be preferable….

Boundary Disputes: Acquiescence and Adverse Possession Homeownership, under the best of circumstances, can be stressful. It can be even more challenging when neighbors become embroiled in a dispute over the boundaries of their property. Considering the cost of land, no one would want to just hand over some of their property to their neighbors without…

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: What is it and how does it work? The economic recession that began in 2009 resulted in desperate financial situations for many Americans. While there are some methods to improve one’s financial situation, such as debt counseling, individuals who are facing mountains of debt and who have very few assets may want…

Understanding Corporate Entities. For many people, starting and running their own business has been a lifelong goal. It can be exciting to think about creating something from the ground up. It can also be overwhelming and difficult to understand all of the processes and formalities to starting a business. A key part of starting a…

Protective Orders Domestic abuse is one of the most difficult circumstances that someone can experience. When one is being abused by his or her spouse, it can feel as though there are no options. There are a lot of resources in Utah, including counseling, shelters, and legal remedies. One legal option for someone who is…

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