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How Cashless Purchases Can Lead to Big Financial Trouble

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If you find yourself in financial trouble, just take a look in your wallet.  You will most likely find no cash at all; instead, most people’s wallets are filled with reloadable store cards, debit cards and credit cards.  Our financial information is even stored on our smartphones, which are used to make purchases.  Technology makes… Read more »

Last Will and Testaments Require Probate

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On a regular basis, clients or potential clients will tell me that “I have a Last Will and Testament, so I won’t have to Probate when I die.”   Unfortunately, this couldn’t be further from the truth. A Last Will and Testament, or a Will for short, is a document that is created during life, that… Read more »

Can I keep my house if I file bankruptcy?

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You’ve worked hard to buy a house and to provide a home for your children.  However, life happens – maybe you’ve had your hours reduced at work, or an illness has caused large medical bills.  Now the bank is breathing down your neck.  Bankruptcy can be useful in helping you get back on track and… Read more »

Workers Injured on the Job have the Right to Medical Care

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At Mountain View Law Group, we help people who are injured at work recover the medical benefits, lost wage benefits and other benefits provided by law when those benefits are being denied by their employers and their employers’ Workers Compensation Insurance companies. Our attorneys have worked on hundreds of cases, with injures ranging from herniated… Read more »

Is Spouse Entitled to Interest in Inherited Home?

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So you are getting divorced and your spouse inherited the home where you lived during the marriage.   While inherited property is usually awarded to the inheriting party, this is not always the case.  The Utah Appellate Courts have advised that under certain facts you may be able to claim an ownership interest in property that… Read more »

Estate Planning to Care for Children with Special Needs

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Parents of children with special needs must be particularly careful in how they estate plan to avoid creating a scenario in which their special needs child is disqualified for benefits such as Social Security Disability Benefits, Medicaid, housing benefits and other needs based benefits for those with special needs.  The use of a special type of… Read more »

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