Law Firm Of Ryan D. Baxter, LLC

Law Firm Of Ryan D. Baxter, LLC

5.0 (1)
2 hires on Thervo
5 employees
12 years in business

About this pro

Experienced attorneys in wills and trusts, bankruptcy (Chapt 7 and 13) and in applying/pursuing for Social Security Disabilty (SSI/SSDI) aid. Our consultations are free and we can talk with you over the telephone or set a time to meet with you in person at the office. (We're located in Ogden near the DaVinci Academy.) 

Check out our many Google Reviews from past clients! 

Call us now!! 801-326-1975

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Ogden, UT 84401
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1 Review


  • Elizabeth M.

    I called Ryan Baxter because of the many happy reviews he had received on Google. I am pleased to report that I have joined the ranks of happy clients! I had a trust that had been written in Oregon and amended by myself twice since I had been in Utah. I was worried the specifics would not hold up in Utah so I needed someone to review it, incorporate the amendments and make sure it was a legal Utah document. Ryan did what is called a “restatement” which merged the two amendments with the original trust, but the name of the trust is the same and the properties do not have to be changed over to a new trust. So pleased I followed the Google reviews and called him first. Not only is he very knowledgeable about trusts. but he is very personable and a good listener. Thank you Ryan. It was a pleasure working with you!

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We always do an initial free consultation either in person or over the phone where we get to know the new client, review their situation and discuss potential solutions.  We then set up a time to meet with the client where we gather documents and additional information.  Finally, we have a signing appointment to go over the papers we've prepared, verify accuracy and discuss the provisions in the paper work. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

JD--University of Utah

Member of the S.J. Quinney negotiation team 

Member of the Salt Lake Estate Planning Council

Member of the Utah Bankruptcy Lawyers's Form

Member of various Utah Bar bankruptcy and estate planning groups

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

1.  We met with a couple college professors recently who had just had their first baby.  They were very particular about what they wanted in their estate planning and needed to do their estate plan on a limited budget; they planned on doing something more advanced later once they were in a stronger financial position.  We were able to accomodate.

2.  We had a client in a small business who had been struggling to keep his home.  He had tried to obtain a loan modification which didn't work out.  He had met with other bankruptcy attorneys who were not able to help him find a successful pathway.  Because of our past experience in working with the Chapter 13 trustee's office, we understood rules and policies better than these other attorneys and, although it was a complicated process due to his small business, were able to successfully get a Chapter 13 payment plan approved.  He will be able to keep his home.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Initial consultations will tell you determine which attorneys care about you and which attorneys merely see you as another dollar sign.  We are careful to explain rules and procedures with clients.  He help them feel informed of the consequences and benefits of their legal decisions.  Our attorneys have the heart of teachers--that gives their clients confidence that they are receiving quality, experienced service.