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  • LLC’s vs Corporations

    You have a few choices when it comes to the type of entity you can have with your business including LLC’s (Limited Liability Company) and corporations. Below are some facts you should know about each entity along with the differences between the two. 

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  • Steps to Starting a Small Business

    Starting your own small business can be a lot to handle at first. With the proper plan in place, the help of the attorneys at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Provo will ensure success of the start-up of your small business. Below are some steps you should consider following when it comes to starting your own small business.

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  • Bad Habits that Lead to Bankruptcy

    The bankruptcy attorneys at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Provo can help you when it comes to all your questions regarding bankruptcy and what your filing options are. To help you in the process of bankruptcy you need to be aware of the bad habits that got you here in the first place. 

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  • Tips on Keeping your 401(k) Current

    Consulting with the lawyers at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Provo can help you in making sure you are getting the most out of your 401(k). Below are some tips to make sure your retirement plan is current and compliant. 

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  • What you need to do After an Accident at Work

     

     

    If you find yourself being the victim of an accident that occurred at your workplace then you need to know what steps you need to take in order to protect yourself and your assets. We at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Provo can help you and inform you of exactly what steps need to be taken. With the tips listed below and the expertise of our personal injury attorneys you can make sure you are covered.  

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  • Understanding the No Child Left Behind Act

     

     

    Over the few years you may have heard various opposing views regarding the No Child Left Behind Act (NLCB). The No Child Left Behind act of 2001 was President George W. Bush administration’s attempt at providing this basic human right to children of the country during his 2-terms as Commander in Chief. While the act was replaced in 2015 there were some very positive aspects of the act that can help you in better understanding why it was implemented. We at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Provo can provide you with an attorney and the facts listed below to help you to better understand the No Child Left Behind Act. 

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  • Steps to take when your Child’s School isn’t taking their Bullying Seriously

     

     

    Hearing that your child has been dealing with bullying at school and having their school seem to not take it seriously enough can be very frustrating. We at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Provo can provide you with a lawyer that can walk you through the steps you should and can take to help your child in their situation. Below are just a few of the steps you can take when you feel like your child’s school isn’t taking their bullying experience seriously. 

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  • Revocable vs Irrevocable Trusts; what are the Differences

     

     

    Knowing the differences between Revocable and Irrevocable trusts can help you in making the right decision for you family and your unique situation. The experienced lawyers at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson Law Firm in Provo, Utah can walk you through what type of trust is best for you. Below we have listed some of the differences between revocable and irrevocable trusts. 

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  • Common Personal Injury Claims

    Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Provo is known for their experienced personal injury attorneys. We work hard for you when it comes to your personal injury claim. To know more about what we commonly do we have provided you with the most common personal injury claims we tend to deal with. 

     

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  • Qualities of a Great Attorney

    When you need an attorney you should have someone that you trust completely to help you no matter your situation. The attorneys at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson in Utah County could have all the qualities you need in an attorney. Below is a list of qualities that every great attorney should possess. 

     

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Norman H. Jackson, Utah Court of Appeals Judge, Retired, has joined the law firm of Robinson, Seiler & Anderson, LC, effective April 2017.  Judge Jackson was one of the seven founding Judges of the Utah Court of Appeals and served terms as Presiding and Associate Presiding Judge.
 
Judge Jackson was the senior attorney in a Richfield law firm for eighteen years.  The firm engaged in legal, business and tax cases, including practice before State and Federal Courts, U.S. Board of Land Appeals, Utah Public Service Commission and Arizona Corporation Commission.  Clients included counties, cities, banks department stores, communications and credit associations, irrigation companies, auto dealers, building supply stores, farmers, ranchers and small businesses. They took “every type of case that came through the door,” from criminal defense work to a patent royalty dispute for the inventor of the Frisbee. Judge Jackson has been a lifetime rancher doing business in Utah as Jackson Cattle Company and Arizona as EJ Cattle Ranches.
 
Judge Jackson’s professional service includes terms on the Utah State Bar Commission, Bar Foundation (President and Vice President), Air Travel Commission, and Utah Information Technology Commission.  He served on the Judiciary’s Alternate Dispute Resolution Committee for thirteen years and initiated and supervised the Appellate Court Mediation Office.  He developed and advanced a realistic and workable framework for both of Utah’s Appellate Courts to use in reviewing trial court and administrative agency decisions.  He published three editions of Utah Standards of Appellate Review while participating in more than 2,000 appellate court decisions.  
 
Judge Jackson’s experience will complement the other outstanding lawyers at Robinson, Seiler & Anderson, LC.  The firm will continue its representation of injured individuals, as well as clients in real estate, business, estate planning, tax, contract and education matters.
 

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