Enderton & Mathews, LLC, was formed in 2004. Stephen M. Enderton, wanted to create a firm that provided personalized service from an attorney to people needing legal representation. Much of his work has been to help people who had too much debt and didn't know where to turn. Unfortunately, whether it is bankruptcy, debt negotiation, tax resolution, or personal injury, it is all too common for attorneys from many of the firms to go into court and call out their client's name because they do not recognize them by sight. It is commonplace for firms to have paralegals meet with clients, prepare the documents and get the case ready for filing.
An attorney might come in for a few minutes and "review" the work that the paralegal has done. Some firms even have paralegals meet with clients when other issues arise, and then have the paralegal prepare the documents for the attorney's signature without the attorney even meeting with the client to discuss the matter personally. Many firms in the Salt Lake valley have more paralegals than attorneys.At Enderton & Mathews, you will always meet with an attorney, not a paralegal.
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Mr. Enderton wanted to work closer with his clients and provide them with more personal service. The goal at Enderton & Mathews is for our attorneys to personally work with and get to know each and every one of our clients. Mr. Enderton had represented thousands of clients in chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcies but wanted to do it in a better way. Mr. Enderton realized that there was far more to representing a client than simply covering the "legal" bases. Most clients found themselves in a very confusing legal system with little help from their attorney. Our goal is to not only provide legal services but to also help our clients understand what is happening in their case and what to expect in the legal process.
Mr. Enderton is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and was previously a Utah State Co-Chair. Mr. Enderton traveled to Washington DC in 2005 to lobby for the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act when he foresaw the housing meltdown that has devastated the American middle class.
Enderton & Mathews, LLC can help you. Call us today at (801) 701-8644 to schedule your free consultation.