"I practice family law and adoption (more specifically divorce, custody, minor guardianships, enforcement, protective orders, child support, infant adoption, step parent adoption, relative adoption, etc)"
My office number is 801-274-7000.
Currently Working with Our Chapter on a Civil Rights Lawsuit against someone
Contact- "Tomu" Johnson Tsutomu Johnson
SALT LAKE CITY
201 South Main Street, Suite 1800
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111main: 801.532.1234
Currently helping a member with a lawsuit
Teter and Vu LLC
☎ (801) 810-0365
Currently Retained by Our Chapter
If you are interested in a consultation please contact us at your convenience.
15 W. South Temple, Suite 1650
Salt Lake City, Utah
T: + 385-444-3100
New Lawyer- Fresh out of Law School
"Low cost criminal defense for chapter members (in Salt Lake, Utah, Wasatch, and Summit counties). Misdemeanors only. Preference for defending members accused of crimes at Black Lives Members protests, rallies, demonstrations, memorials, or vigils.
Primary practice is NOT criminal defense but I have previous experience prosecuting misdemeanors (no one is perfect, right?).
Text or email communication preferred. email@example.com"
Lawyers Who Would Like to Help
Currently Retained by our chapter
Tyler Ayres- Civil Rights Attorney
12339 SOUTH 800 EAST
Suite 101, Draper, Utah 84020
Scott Poston PC
"I primarily work in immigration. I also do criminal defense, personal injury and family law. I would take any of these cases. I have been practicing for 20 years.. I speak fluent Spanish and Portuguese. I charge by flat fee depending on the case."
Disclaimer: Each lawyer has a different cost for their retainer, and hourly fees. Not all lawyers offer pro-bono or free work.
Perretta Law Office
8831 S Redwood Rd, Ste A
West Jordan, UT 84088
Kendall Moriarty is an attorney specializing in family based immigration and removal defense. She currently works for Perretta Law Office in West Jordan, Utah. Her fees are structured as flat fees depending on process.
Disability Law Center
Contact: Nicholas Jackson
Phone: (800) 662-9080
The DLC's Fair Housing Program provides free legal advice and representation to people facing housing discrimination under the Fair Housing Act on the basis of their race, color, national origin, disability, gender, familial status, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or source of income (use of housing voucher). We also run a fair housing testing program, where we investigate discrimination using a "secret shopper" type method. Testers are paid. To find out more about becoming a tester, visit our website at tinyurl.com/fairhousingtester