Representing Yourself In A Legal Matter Is Usually A Bad Idea

Self Representation Law

The attorneys at Henriksen & Henriksen often encounter questions or situations concerning individuals representing themselves in legal matters instead of hiring an attorney. You may have heard the adage attributed to Abraham Lincoln that a person “who represents himself in court has a fool for a client.” It has been our experience that people who hire an attorney get better … Read More

Recent Utah Cases That Could Relate To Your Legal Matter

Utah Divorce Attorneys

The Salt Lake City divorce attorneys at Henriksen & Henriksen pride themselves on staying up to date on developments in Utah case law.  Some recent cases from the Utah Court of Appeals concerning divorce cases show the importance of having a good attorney on your family law case. Alimony Cases In the case of Redden v. Redden, 2020 UT App … Read More

What Information Will My Attorney Need For My Case?

Henriksen Law Attorney's Robert Henriksen and Keith Johnson

New clients often ask what documents and other information an Attorney will need at the outset of their case.  The general answer is anything that may be helpful or relevant to your matter should be reviewed by your attorney.  The specific answer concerning what documents to obtain at the outset of your case depends on what type of case you … Read More