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Senate Bill S.B. 65 – Utah’s Important New “Free-Range Parenting Law” Protecting Utah Parents and Children

During the 2018 general session, the Utah Legislature passed—and the Governor signed—an important new law protecting Utah parents.  Popularly known as Utah’s “free-range parenting law,” this legislation sponsored by Senator Lincoln Fillmore and Representative Brad M. Daw is officially titled as “Senate Bill 65 — Child Neglect Amendments”[1] and operates to amend various sections of…

Do you have a real estate question?  Call attorney Joel Kenny
201710.16
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Do you have a real estate question? Call attorney Joel Kenny

With over 15 years of experience representing sophisticated clients in a diverse and dynamic blend of real estate transactions, Joel Kenny is a seasoned residential and commercial real estate attorney. He has been handling the legal interests of real estate buyers and sellers since 2002.  While Joel owned and operated Big Sky Title Insurance Agency,…

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Utah Lawyer Sets Up Twitter Account

Utah Lawyer Uses Twitter At Pearson, Butler & Carson, PLLC, we strive to provide regular blogs for updates on the law as well as our law firm at the website https://lawyerinutah.com/feed.  We have now also set up a Twitter account at https://twitter.com/UtahLawyerHelp.   We hope that these two sites will provide some interesting information to our…

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Utah Home Foreclosure Trend Report

Utah real estate trends show 12,307 Foreclosure Homes with $152,921 as an Average Foreclosure Sales Price.  This translates into 1 of every 911 housing units in Utah receiving a foreclosure filing in August 2012, according to RealtyTrac.  However, the trend is not consistent throughout the entire state. Salt Lake County has some of the highest home foreclosure trends…

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Which IRA should I choose?

Which type of IRA is better for me?   This is a common question asked by individuals perparing for retirment.  Salt Lake City, Utah, Estate planning attorney Jeff Butler provides the following FAQ about IRAs. Question:  What are the 3 most common IRAs? Answer:  Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, and Rollover IRA. Question:  Which IRA is better…