Why Choose Us as Your Attorney in St George Utah?
Are you looking for an attorney in St George Utah to help you with a case? At Witt Law, we represent people who have had the bad fortune of meeting up with one of the Three Ugly Step-Sisters of Law Cases, namely Injury, Divorce, or Defense – meaning criminal defense. We are familiar with them from our years of experience as a law firm, so they aren’t ugly for us, but we know they can be for our clients.
We also represent people who would like to meet the step-sister’s peaceable, and usually much more positive step-uncle: Estate Planning and Administration, more commonly known as Wills and Trusts.
What is at stake in any of these matters is too important to handle on your own. Call an experienced attorney at Witt Law today. We offer FREE initial consultations for Personal Injury and Criminal Defense cases, and discounted, low-cost, initial consultations for all other cases.
Call 1-800-GET-WITT today to schedule your consultation
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If you have been injured due to the fault of another, give us a call — we can help. Accident victims with an experienced personal injury attorney on their side always get more in their pocket. Just remember, Got Hit? … Get Witt! At 1-800-GET-WITT.
We handle all kinds of personal injury cases throughout the State of Utah, including auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, auto-pedestrian accidents, auto-bike accidents, slip and fall, dog bites, cervical cord injury, traumatic brain injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability and more. Give us a call. You’ll be glad you did.
We handle misdemeanor and felony cases for adults and juveniles in district and justice court all over southern Utah. It is never a good idea to represent yourself against criminal charges, except perhaps for minor traffic violations. Too much is at stake, including possible jail time, fines, probation, criminal record, etc. An experienced criminal defense attorney can almost always get you a better resolution than you could on your own.
We offer our criminal defense clients the option of a quoted flat fee rather than at an hourly rate. A flat fee is often much less expensive and more affordable for our clients. Most people appreciate that.
Family law matters can often be some of the greatest challenges a person may have experienced. It’s not a good idea to go it alone. You may later regret it. We help people with cases involving parentage, separation, divorce, custody, child support, alimony, modifications, enforcement motions, protective orders, guardianships and more.
Fortunately, Utah law now requires parties to a divorce action to participate in mandatory mediation. So long as 1) there has been full disclosure of required disclosures, 2) the personal attendance at a mediation and 3) the assistance of an effective mediator there is about an 85% likelihood of the case being resolved either at or within a few weeks after the mediation. In effect, that means so long as the parties cooperate reasonably well, the costs and fees can be relatively manageable.
Do I need a will? Do I need a trust? What’s the difference? Give Witt Law a call for an initial consultation and Estate Planning 101 and find out what you need to do to make sure everything is set in order. We can discuss the difference between having no will, having a will and having a complete or premium trust package.
Both our complete and premium trust packages are presented in well-appointed binders and include the trust instrument, an exhibit of property to transfer to the trust, real estate conveyance deeds, account transfer instruction letters, disposition of personal property documents, a pour-over will, a financial power of attorney, a medical advance health care directive and a letter with easy instructions for the successor trustees. Plus, we help you complete the transfer of assets to your trust.
Contact us today and get the help you deserve! Here at Witt Law we strive to give every client the best possible representation for each individual case presented to us