Our Salt Lake City-area lawyers are trained in many different practice areas. We can help clients with tax resolution, debt negotiation, personal injury, criminal defense, business law, contract disputes, and appellate law.
If you think you need help with tax resolution, Enderton & Mathews, LLC, can sit down with you to get a clear picture of your overall financial situation. There are many solutions available, includingnegotiation, bankruptcy, or an Offer in Compromise (OIC). An OIC is a petition presented to the IRS to allow someone to settle their tax liabilities for less than what is owed. If it is determined that this would be an appropriate solution in your case, we have the skill and knowledge to properly file your application.
This is one of a few primary options available to those who are struggling with debt. We work with our clients closely to determine which of these options (or combination of options) will work best for their unique circumstance. In the case of debt negotiation, we contact your creditors on your behalf to begin negotiating either a payment plan or lump sum that will settle the debt for less than what is owed.
It is never a good idea to have a myopic view of how to get a financial fresh start. Just as bankruptcy isn't always the best option, debt negotiation isn’t necessarily the best choice either. It depends on your personal situation. First, seek advice and consultation from an attorney who deals with both alternatives as well as IRS offer and compromises. Strangely, attorneys who handle just bankruptcy most often conclude that bankruptcy is your best option. Conversely, firms that just handle debt negotiation always seem to conclude that debt negotiation is in your best interest. Unfortunately, the wrong solution provides more frustration and stress.
At Enderton & Mathews, LLC, we discuss your overall financial picture with you and then discuss the options. The solution that best suits you may be a bankruptcy, debt negotiation, or an Offer in Compromise, or a combination of these options.
Being injured due to the negligence or recklessness of another individual is something that can be extremely damaging, physically, emotionally, and financially. If you or a loved one sustained an injury in this way, we can fight to ensure that your rights are protected, and are given the care you need.
We provide counsel and representation for businesses all over Northern Utah. Whether they need business formation paperwork help resolving a business dispute, we have the skill and experience required to handle it efficiently. With the streamlined application process for forming a company in Utah, supporting documentation, such as operating agreements, are essential in today’s business world.
Frequently a sub-branch of business law, contract disputes crop up when one party accuses another of failing to uphold terms outlined in a contract. Whether it is a straightforward matter of an employee breaking their employment contract, or something much more complicated and convoluted, having a tenacious lawyer by your side is highly advisable. At Enderton & Mathews, LLC, we represent clients against a party who broke their contract as well as those defending against such allegations.
When a trial judge or jury renders a decision in a contested matter, the party who loses has the right to appeal the decision. Many bankruptcy, civil disputes, and criminal cases that result in litigation go on to the appeals process. Appellate law involves a higher court reviewing the lower court's application of the law and its judgment. Unlike other forms of litigation, in appellate law there is no discovery; the appellate record is limited to the facts presented during the original trial. In Utah cases, appeals are presented to the Utah Court of Appeals. Federal Court decisions are appealed to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver. Both of our Salt Lake City attorneys have extensive experience in trying these types of cases in appellate court.
No matter what your legal challenges are, we can assist you. Call us today at (801) 701-8644 to schedule a free consultation and learn more about what we can do for you.