Reviewed by Robert R. July 1, 2020
I was charged in Salt Lake with a crime that was going to cost me my drivers license because of it. I was referred to William by a friend of mine who told me that William would take good care of me. I am so thankful that I did because William was absolutely amazing. He was always available and answered all of my questions really fast. Sometimes I didn't want to ask a questen and sound dumb, but he always talked to instead of down to me and didn't make me feel dumb. William was great at explaining everything so that I could understand it. I was able to keep my license and my job thanks to William. I have already referred another client to him and if anyone asks I will definitely tell them to contact William.
Reviewed by Erin W. May 26, 2020
William is trustworthy, competent, and devoted to his clients and their needs.
William was very patient with answering all of my questions and so helpful explaining the process of divorce . He made it easy to understand and made me feel comfortable and confident throughout the case. William made a difficult time a little easier and less stressful, which I greatly appreciate. I was impressed with his service and commitment. I would highly recommend William to represent your best interests.
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- Utah State Bar
- ID Number: 17422
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- Utah County Attorney's Office
- Responsible for prosecuting misdemeanor and felony cases. Successfully handled over a hundred cases including taking several cases to trial.
- University of Idaho College of Law
- J.D. (2019)
- Utah State Bar  # 17422
6 Questions Answered
- Q. Does a verbal custody agreement hold any weight in the state of Utah?
- A: Your question is a little confusing. You ask if a verbal custody agreement colds any weight, but then you state that the judge instructed you to go back to the original custody agreement. That agreement would be in writing. To answer the last part of your question is that (assuming there is a current court case) you have to file an Order to Show Cause (OSC) An OSC is when the parties go before the judge and the one party who is not doing what they're supposed to has to explain to the judge why they are not following the court order and explain why the judge should not hold them in contempt. You could try to do this on your own, but your best bet is to contact an experienced family law attorney.
- Q. What should I do about my no insurance ticket?
- A: Without knowing all of your facts, it sounds like the court revoked your plea in abeyance. If you are still going to court I would ask the prosecutor what the status of your plea in abeyance is. See if the court would be willing to reinstate it (it is a long shot given how old the ticket is). But the DMV could still require you to carry SR22 regardless of the status of the criminal case. The DMV is a civil matter and separate from your "criminal" traffic ticket. If you would like to give me a call, text, or email I can look up your case and give you a better idea of what you should do. My number is 801-784-3500 or my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
- Q. My daughter is in prison and needs a lawyer for custody case. She asked me to find her a pro bono lawyer and Im looking
- A: You can contact the Utah State Bar. They have resources to direct you to legal help. Also, you can contact the Utah Legal Aid Society. They will be great resources.
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