Practice Areas:


  • Brigham Young Univeristy, B.A., 1975
  • Gonzaga University Law,  J. D., 1995

Bar Admissions:

  • Utah Supreme Court
  • U.S District Court of Utah
  • United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Army Court of Military Review


  • Commercial Law League of America
  • Barrister, American Inns of Court

Rich concentrates his practice in the areas of creditor rights, business, contracts, and commercial litigation. He has practiced law in Salt Lake City since 1979. Rich is a retired Lieutenant Colonel (JAG Legal Officer) in the U.S. Army Reserves. In his early career he served as Associate General Counsel for Gulf Energy Corporation, as a prosecutor, and as a consumer fraud investigator for the Washington State Attorney General. Rich has been cited several times as one of “Utah’s Legal Elite” and is a frequent lecturer for corporate sponsors.

–Debtor’s Word is his Bond?, Debt3 Magazine (May/June 2005) Commercial Law League of America
–Collection Litigation (quoted and pictured in article), Utah Business Magazine
–Me, A Collection Attorney? (article on FDCPA), Utah Bar Journal
–How to Get Results in Collection of Delinquent Debts in Utah, National Business Institute, 1995 with updated editions
–Commercial Collections for the Non-Attorney, National Business Institute, 2008
–Advanced Collection Strategies, National Business Institute, 2009
–Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Intermountain Commercial Record
–Why Don’t You Just Go There and Pick Up the Money?, NACM Credit Line

Contact Richard Frandsen

Feel free to contact business and collection attorney Richard Frandsen at (801) 495-4104.

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