Mc Arthur & Associates
Law Firm in Sandy, UT
Spencer and Rodgers prides itself on its capability to translate customer requirements into aggressive and professional legal representation. As a tiny company situated in Sandy, Utah, Spencer and Rodgers can be more flexible and responsive to its customers' requirements - especially when the issue is timely and requirements creative resolution. Terry R. Spencer, Ph. D. Holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Brigham Young University and a Doctor of Philosophy in Economics from Utah State University. Mr. Spencer was a Senator in the Utah State Senate, serving on the Justice Committee.
Mc Arthur & Associates
read moreAt T.R. Spencer Law Office, we have brought together attorneys with decades of experience in litigation and transactional matters. The Northern Utah Law Firm of T.R. Spencer Law Office, with offices in Sandy and Syracuse, Utah, focuses on five inter-related areas of law, including family law, business law, elder law, criminal law, and governmental relations. Every attorney at T.R. Spencer Law Office brings years of legal, business and government experience to his area of expertise. We are regularly asked by our clients to represent them in state, federal and/or appellate courts in the States of Utah and Idaho.
read moreThe short answer is yes, but you must meet certain requirements. Existing Court Orders related to custody, visitation (also known as parent-time), child support or alimony are subject to modification if the party seeking the modification can demonstrate that there has been a substantial and material change in circumstances which warrant such a change. Please contact one of our attorneys to see if the facts of your case warrant the change in a exisiting current permanent order. The divorce litigation process is nearly identical to the litigation process in any other civil litigation, with one exception in divorce and other Family Law cases the parties have the ability to seek temporary orders.
read moreOur government affairs, law and policy practice specializes in Utah State government and politics. Our team includes two former elected officials with more than 30 years of political experience. We maintain key relationships with government officials at the State Capitol, representing for profit and nonprofit companies to monitor legislative and executive branches of state and local government. We offer experienced and direct advocacy to legislative and executive branch officials. We will design and implement public affairs, legislative, executive and local (city and county) strategies that will have the greatest results for our clients.
read moreUnless you have been there before, no one understands how exciting, yet difficult forming a new business entity can be. Many of the decisions made at the time of business formation can have a significant impact on the ultimate success of the business venture. Thus, it is very important to weigh the potential short-run and long-run impacts of these initial decisions. At T.R Spencer Law Office, we have brought together attorneys with decades of experience in diverse backgrounds such as real estate, financial services, advertising and insurance to assist entrepreneurs who are seeking to establish or expend their business operations in Utah and/or surrounding states.
read moreIt is often said that the decision to divorce a spouse, whether the marriage was of short or long duration, is one most difficult and stressful decisions a person will ever have to make. Successfully navigating the divorce court process requires clear thinking, experience and time, as the outcome will have an effect on the lives of children, parents and even grandparents for years to come. If you are considering filing for divorce, some pre-planning now can benefit your during the divorce process.
read moreThe decision to hire an attorney can be one of the most frightening decisions a person can make. This decision is often made while the person is in turmoil, either with a criminal charge or civil matter pending, or the need to immediately file a civil matter to address an urgent concern. Now is not the time to put your head in the sand and try to wish away the circumstances. Now is the time to meet with one of our attorneys so that we can help you or your business you get your head around the issues and move you toward a positive resolution.
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