Top Salt Lake City Domestic Violence Lawyers - Utah

Lokken & Associates, P.C.: You Can Control Your Legal Costs At Lokken & Associates, P.C., we understand the frustration, anxiety and uncertainty that accompany family law or criminal law issues. That is why we represent our clients in Salt Lake City and others throughout Utah with the education and resources they need to make intelligent decisions regarding their legal matters. As...

Attorneys Vincent Stevens and H. D. Gailey are the brilliant legal minds behind our Ogden law firm, Stevens & Gailey, PC. At our firm, they work together with only one goal in mind — to help our clients achieve their goals. Their reputation for commitment has made our firm a leader in Utah's Wasatch Front and countless clients put their trust in us each year as they face complex legal...

Were you the victim of Domestic Violence?

You've come to the right place.  If you’ve been abused by somebody close to you, an experienced domestic violence attorney can help.

Domestic violence can include many types of abuse including spousal abuse and other types of family abuse or dating abuse.  Domestic violence can also include emotional abuse as well as physical abuse.  

Use FindLaw to hire a local domestic violence lawyer who can help you recover money and other damages for injuries caused by domestic violence against you. 

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