4511 S. 600 East
Murray, UT 84107
Children are our highest priority. Family Law is the practice where we can best contribute to the support of children. We are experienced in all aspects of family law, but our firm has a passion for protecting children and providing for their needs.
Although English is the first language of Bradley Voss, he is also fluent in Arabic - which he learned while serving in the U.S. Air Force.
Bradley Voss personally interacts with each client. This firm sets appointments to meet with clients and prospective clients after normal work hours and even on Saturdays to accommodate working people.
Our philosophy is to mediate and negotiate wherever possible, and fight when necessary. We respect our client's needs to minimize costs, and we strive to help our clients understand the avenues open to them and anticipate what the costs will be for each legal action. No attorney can guarantee that your case will be won, but we strive to provide our clients with reasonable expectations based on our own experiences as well as statutory and case-law interpretation. For example, if you are going through a Divorce, our goal is to help your family bring divorce to a conclusion so that you can move on. If you have children it is especially important to get back to the business of being parents.
At the initial consultation, ask about our non-contested divorce package and about whether your case might fit into our Fee-Capped Divorce package. We are different from most other firms, and our total representation costs are often thousands less than other firms.
Brad Voss was born in the Salt Lake Valley and graduated from Hillcrest High School. He served in the United States Air Force and was awarded a bachelor's in Middle East Studies from the University of Utah. After spending over a decade as a Licensed Massage Therapist, he returned to the U and earned a Juris Doctor from the S.J. Quinney School of Law.
Brad was assigned as the executor and trustee when a friend died of malaria. That estate owned 6 residential properties in 6 different states, 2 international patents, and various other complexities with the beneficiaries living in Russia. He learned a lot about property law, estates, and trusts through that first hand experience. This experience contributed to the decision to enter law school.
Brad and his wife experienced the loss of their first child when they were much younger, which intensified and emphasized in them their concern and care for their living children. Brad is motivated to resolve divorces quickly particularly when children are involved. It is better for everyone if the parties can get through their divorce quickly and get back to doing what is most important in their lives.
In his spare time, Brad enjoys riding his bicycle, woodworking, and playing games with his family.
Bar Number: 14827
University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law
Juris Doctor, 2013
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