Huntsman | Lofgran | Walton | Easter pllc, formerly Huntsman, Lofgran & Associates, is a full service law firm offering Utah residents and businesses resourceful legal counsel, attentive, personalized and thorough assistance, and tough, proven courtroom representation across a range of critical legal and financial matters. Moreover, our team approach puts more than 50 years of combined legal experience on your side of the table, providing greater perspective that can lead to more creative solutions.
Huntsman Lofgran Walton Easter PLLC is a general practice law firm based in Midvale, Utah that is comprised of lawyers who have been serving individuals and businesses in Salt Lake City and the surrounding region since 2006. Practice areas consist of family law, including divorce, mediation, and child related concerns; Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcies and related matters; IRS and Utah tax law such as liens and levies; estate planning and probate; and personal injury, such as vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, and wrongful death.
We provide Utah businesses with general counsel for day-to-day operations, including contract review and regulatory compliance, and help them solve Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Utah taxation issues, shareholder disputes and formation and bankruptcy challenges. We help Utah residents resolve family law matters such as divorce, and financial legal matters such as bankruptcy, personal injury cases and estate planning, including probate and contested wills and trusts.
Huntsman | Lofgran | Walton | Easter pllc provides big-firm capabilities with a more personal level of attention you would expect from a smaller firm. Your matter is overseen by a team of attorneys — and our team approach ensures that you can always reach an attorney regarding your matter whenever you need.
Our clients represent a wide range of Utahns, from professionals such as lawyers, doctors and contractors, and Mom and Pop operations, to larger businesses. The individuals we help with personal law matters include business people, married couples with children, and seniors looking to leave a legacy or devise contingency plans should they become infirm.