Category - Professional Services

How to choose the right estate planning attorney ( article)

June 4, 2018

Since there is no shortage of attorneys, you need the correct approach in choosing your estate planning attorney. Expertise, experience and a good fit (both ways) are important considerations when someone is trying to determine who to retain for estate planning legal work.  A recent online article titled “How to Interview a Prospective Estate Planning […]

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Using prescriptions and legal documents intended for others are both really bad ideas!!

May 21, 2018

You may get lucky using a prescription drug intended for another person, and likewise, you may use a legal document prepared for someone else without any immediate repercussions.  But neither is a wise choice and why would you want to rely on being lucky?   If I put ten adults in a room and asked them to […]

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New Utah Law Limits Duration of Non-Compete Agreements

April 1, 2016

This new law does not outlaw non-compete agreements (as was rumored), but it does limit the duration of such agreements to 1 year. First and foremost, despite what you may have heard on the street, non-competition agreements are NOT outlawed in Utah. While it is true that some of our state legislators did try to head […]

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Sushi and Professional Services

March 11, 2016

Sushi and professional services have at least one thing in common: you should expect to pay a price for the good stuff. I love sushi. Let me clarify–I love good sushi. I would venture that most people who dislike sushi have never had quality sushi. Rather, most people who say that they “hate sushi” are those […]

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$3,000 per hour (and $100 per signature)

February 14, 2016

We tend to see the “value” in medical services, but there can sometimes be a disconnect in how we view services provided by non-medical professionals. One of my family members recently visited a local doctor’s office for a “prescription maintenance” appointment. In other words, my family member needed to see the physician’s assistant (i.e. not even […]

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