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Most Common Types of Trust Disputes

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The death of a loved one can bring a great deal of grief and sadness to a family. You and your relatives will need some time to process the loss and move forward without the person who died. In the midst of your mourning, you will also need to deal with the will and trusts… Read more »

Why You Should Plan for Incapacity

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You never know what the future will hold. That is why you should establish an estate plan in Utah now while you are fit and clear of mind. Utah estate planning is not only about preparing for your inevitable death; it is also about planning for possible incapacitation. You may be young and healthy now,… Read more »

Do’s and Don’t for Estate Planning

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The reality of life is that everyone shall die someday. Apart from death, some calamities in life can render you incapacitated, putting you in a position where you can’t manage your property. The creation of an estate plan allows you to control what happens to your property in the event of death or incapacitation. However,… Read more »

Reasons why a Workers Compensation Claim may have been denied

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Some of the reasons that Workers’ Compensation claims were denied include the following: • Not enough evidence was presented that proves the injury was related to your job. • You didn’t have enough medical treatment. Most of the time, Workers’ Compensation claims will only be approved if the injured party had medical treatment. • You… Read more »

Divorce or Bankruptcy, What should come first?

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Whenever the decision is made for spouses to part ways, that decision naturally involves many important issues. Among those issues are financial concerns. In some cases, divorce proceedings can be even further complicated by bankruptcy. This leads to the question of whether divorce and bankruptcy should be handled simultaneously or whether one issue should be… Read more »

Tips to Help Avoid Probate Court

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The death of a loved one or family member is certainly a difficult time. It can be made even more difficult when dealing with probate. Individuals who wish to help their families and loved ones avoid probate will find that consulting with an experienced Utah probate litigation lawyer can assist with this matter. What Exactly… Read more »

What is not covered under Bankruptcy in Utah?

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Non-Dischargeable Debts in Utah Non-dischargeable debts in Utah are debts that cannot be discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will be responsible for paying your non-dischargeable debts after your dischargeable debts have been discharged. They are also debts that you will have to include… Read more »

Injured At Work: First 5 Steps to Take

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If you are injured at work, then you may be entitled to receive workers compensation benefits. To improve your chances of qualifying for workers compensation benefits, you should follow the following suggestions. Here are the first 5 step to take following a workplace injury. 1. Report the injury/accident As soon as possible after you sustain… Read more »

5 Things to Consider before you File for Bankruptcy

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Filing for bankruptcy in Utah is not an easy decision to make. Bankruptcy can damage your credit score and create other hardships that alter life as you know it. Talk to an Ogden bankruptcy attorney as you ponder the information below. With the help of Mountain View Law Group and the following information, filing bankruptcy… Read more »

What Type of Benefits Does Utah Workers Compensation Provide?

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In Utah, all employers must cover their employees with workers’ compensation insurance which is designed to compensate injured workers when they have an accident. Mountain View Law Group who are worker compensation attorneys and lawyers in Utah can help. Importantly, to preserve a work injury claim the injured worker needs to report the work injury… Read more »

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