Bankruptcy, Business, Estate Planning, and more.
Salcido Law Firm – Additional Practice Areas
Many people at one time in their lives find themselves so financially in the red, the only way to pull themselves out andstart fresh is to file for bankruptcy in Utah. At Salcido Law Firm, we are mindful of the financial struggles many families along the Wastach front and throughout the state deal with on a regular basis. We have helped numerous individuals and families get a fresh financial start by filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Did you know that just filing for bankruptcy can automatically prevent creditors from exercising any judgments against you? That rights, it is called the automatic stay. When you file for bankruptcy, creditors can not repossess your home, your car, call you, or take any other action to collect on your debt absent seeking special permission from the bankruptcy court. Don’t waste another minute or wait for your home to be taken by the bank, contact us now.
As entrepreneurs ourselves, we enjoy helping small businesses succeed. From drafting a company’s initial formation documents such as articles of incorporation, by laws, operating agreements, etc., to more complex business matters such as acquisitions, employment agreements, and litigation, we can help ensure your business operates as smooth as possible. A Utah Business Attorney at our office can help. Disputes between partners and owners are one of the most common types of legal challenges businesses face. Having an experienced business adviser from Salcido Law Firm can help prevent future conflict between owners in a company.
Everyone should have a will and living will. We hear this all the time and most people agree with the sentiment yet only a small percentage of Americans ever take the time to properly plan for their estate following death. This despite the fact that general speaking, a basic will drafted by an estate planning lawyer is typically not expensive and takes very little time to complete. A will, living will, trust, and other estate planning documents can help ensure you leave a legacy to be proud of. A big focus of our practice is helping families in Utah plan for these types of decisions. Call us today at 801.413.1753 to learn more about what might make sense for you and your family.
Small Claims, Consumer, and Other Matters
We pride ourselves on being a full service law firm ready to tackle almost any legal issue for our clients. In addition to our main areas of practice, we will often help our clients in matters such as:
- Mechanics Liens
- Landlord/Tenant Disputes
- Small Claims Matters
- Property & Real Estate Transactions
- Consumer Protections
- Mediation Services
- Consulting Services
- Legal Counseling Services
Often people find themselves needing the services of a Utah Attorney to assist in stopping defamation, slander, stalking, or other simply annoying practices of third parties. A demand letter from our law firm is often all it takes to get a third party to leave you alone or prevent them from doing further legal damage to your interests. The costs for these services are minimal but the effect can be quite significant. You deserve to be left alone, and deserve others to treat you properly and fairly.
Salt Lake City Utah Legal Document Review Attorneys
We provide document review services for anyone who simply needs a lawyer to review a legal document and give legal counsel. Often people going through a family law matter needs help just understanding a court order such as their divorce decree. Sometimes, parties about to sign a contract need a lawyer to review and sit down for legal advise before signing something. Whatever the case may be, it always makes sense to have an experienced attorney review something that may have long term consequences. Call us and talk to one of our attorneys for more information on this special service.
For more information, or to speak with a Utah attorney today, call anytime at 801.413.1753 or toll free at 888.337.3235. Or contact us by email.
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