If you need the support of legal weapons and strategies that start, finish and expand a company in the right way, the commercial lawyers you should be talking to can be found at Stevenson Smith Hood P.C.
Are you seeking guidance for entity selection, the prospects of merging with another company or the opportunity to acquire additional commercial real estate? Our respected Ogden law firm can help.
We not only excel at executing transactions that bind you to vendors and franchisees, and vice versa. We negotiate, draft and review your contracts. We prosecute and defend contract disputes, and disputes over breaches of fiduciary duty, in court. And we advise on a daily basis, as virtual in-house counsel, when any sudden legal crisis disturbs your corporation's well-earned momentum.
Stevenson Smith Hood P.C. can attentively, astutely advise for business law matters that include:
The sound legal advice of an experienced family law attorney can be a source of emotional strength during a difficult time in your life.
Before, during and after a contested divorce, for special issues faced by LGBT families and when disputes arise between common law spouses, the lawyers you want on your side are Stevenson Smith Hood P.C. in Ogden.
We have many years of combined experience, deep knowledge of Utah family law and a tradition of personal service that sets your mind at rest. Our law firm works hard to eliminate the fear and intimidation that steer many people away from retaining representation. They think they can represent themselves in discussions of complex property division and emotionally charged child access matters.
But divorce is no do-it-yourself project. You need seasoned legal professionals behind you, whose proven skills at formulating negotiation and litigation strategies can get positive results.
Look to Stevenson Smith Hood P.C. for astute, attentive guidance in these practice areas:
Property laws and rights, civil procedures, finance and business are just a few of the elements of real estate law that your attorney should know about when assisting with a commercial or residential transaction.
At Stevenson Smith Hood P.C. in Ogden, we have the lawyers who provide a strong voice for your objectives in any purchase, sale, lease or foreclosure. Real estate clients throughout Utah depend on our deep legal knowledge, decades of combined experience and one-on-one personal service to achieve positive results.
Our law firm's real estate expertise spans the gamut of issues such as:
Believe it or not, you have the power to ensure the future financial security of your loved ones, in your absence, through the impact of sold estate planning.
With a combination of useful estate tools that match your specific situation — a will, one or more revocable or irrevocable trusts, a durable or medical power of attorney and advance health care directive — you can provide for loved ones and spare them the expensive and inconvenience of probate proceedings.
Who can help you do this? We can, at Stevenson Smith Hood P.C. in Ogden, Utah. Our experienced, insightful estate attorneys relate to you as clients and as human beings who want only the best for your survivors.
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Forward-looking estate planning anticipates a range of legal issues such as tax consequences, incapacitation, financial and medical decision-making, and close attention to the unique demands of a special needs child or senior. We explain the many options at your disposal and finalize your wishes in airtight documentation that can withstand any challenge.
You may have been under the impression that estate planning featuring wills and trusts is only for retirees — but no. Anyone, regardless of age, income, marital status or size of estate would be wise to pursue a proactive estate plan as soon as possible. Your loved ones will thank you for it.
When you're ready to talk, we're ready to talk to you. Your confidential initial consultation with a Stevenson Smith Hood P.C. lawyer is as close as your phone or personal computer. Simply call 801-436-6203 or send an email message.