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As I have been in contact with bank attorneys recently regarding a host of situations surrounding the foreclosure decisions a bank can make when a loan goes delinquent, I want to carefully review those options from a bank’s perspective.

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Do I need a will? Can I make one myself? Do I need a lawyer to draft it?

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No one ever expects to be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI). For most people, the arrest is a shattering experience. There are the flashing lights, and the officer at the car door.

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Trusts used to be the province of the super-rich, but since the late 1970’s, for reasons beyond this article, the rest of us have started using them.

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Innocent or guilty, the defendant in a domestic violence case is a person with the right to a fair trial. By definition, the offender is a spouse, sibling, parent, friend or close relation.

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In Friday, September 5, 2014’s Deseret News, former Lt. Governor Greg Bell wrote a timely and important article about zoning abuses between those wanting to develop their land and their city or county.

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Wills and Trusts take care of your stuff after you die. But what about between now and then? What about when you are unable to make the decisions for yourself? This is where Powers of Attorney come in.

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