Utah’s Only Statewide Bankruptcy and Debt Defense Law Firm
At the Morrison Law Group, we’re passionate about providing friendly and affordable legal services to people going through financial difficulties. Our practice has helped improve the lives of over 8,000 Utah families and individuals since we opened our doors in 2004. We believe everyone deserves a fresh start. We can help if you’re behind on house payments, facing foreclosure, needing to talk about Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy options, getting harassing phone calls or collection letters, being wrongfully sued by a creditor, or owe back IRS and state taxes.
It is never wise to ignore your creditors. You have rights and you have options and we can help you face your financial difficulties head on. Call today to schedule a free consultation in any of our law offices locations conveniently located in Salt Lake, Ogden, Logan , Orem, and St. George or do it all from the convenience of home. We can also accommodate weekend and evening appointments.
We offer the following services at affordable prices and flexible payment plans:
Let us use our experience to help you
If your're in tough financial times—regardless of cause—you need experienced legal professionals to advocate for you.
Contact us today to schedule a free consultation in any of our offices. Logan, Ogden, Sandy, Orem, and St. George or do it all from the convenience of home.
We are proud members of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the National Consumer Bankruptcy Council, a national group of large bankruptcy firms which have awarded attorney Theron D. Morrison and his associated firms a 5 Diamond Service Award and an award for Bankruptcy Firm of the Year.
The timeline of a typical Chapter 7 bankruptcy case is generally four to five months. Bankruptcy debtors must be prepared to go through the process
Once anyone files bankruptcy, the automatic stay goes into effect. The automatic stay is a powerful, essential tool of federal bankruptcy law that prohibits most collection efforts
When the conduct of debt collectors violates the FDCPA, and the debtor has suffered damages as a result, the debtor may sue the debt collector