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How to Start an LLC in Utah

You have a great business idea, you have a business plan, now you need to form the entity to start conducting business. After reviewing the options, you have decided a limited liability company (LLC) is the best choice for you. Making the choice to create an LLC is a big decision, but there are still

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Unconscionable and Unenforceable Contracts in Utah

If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. Almost every contract in Utah is enforceable, but a contract or agreement that is unconscionable is unenforceable. The contract defense of unconscionability prevents oppression and unfair surprise. This article discusses the difficult

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Adult Adoption in Utah

There are many reasons why an adult would want to be adopted by another adult. The parties may want legal recognition of an existing parent-child relationship which for one reason or another could not be formalized while the adoptee was still a minor. Some may want the adoption for estate planning purposes. Whatever the reason,

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What Can a Utah Property Owner Do When a Co-Owner Fails to Pay Property Expenses?

If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. In Utah, a person can hold title to real estate with other people in a variety of ways, including as joint tenants with rights of survivorship or tenants in common. Spouses regularly share ownership of a

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Stopping Employees from Breaching Non-Competes and Non-Solicits Through Injunctions

If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. After a Utah employee leaves his or her employer and breaches a non-compete agreement by working for a competitor, or he or she breaches a non-solicitation agreement by soliciting customers or employees of the former employer,

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