623 E. Fort Union Boulevard, Suites 108 & 201
Salt Lake City UT 84047
Diana is intimately familiar with the law, courtroom procedure, judges and litigation, having representing clients for 22 years in personal injury cases -- automobile injuries, product defects, medical malpractice; as well as in family law matters -- divorce, custody, paternity, modification and mediation matters. Diana strives to protect each client's rights in each situation; to achieve the best results possible; and to be of support to the client through the process. She finds fulfillment in helping people through difficult situations.
Diana is also managing partner and a master mediator with Divorce Mediation Institute of Utah, LLC, a mediation company that shares offices with Huntsman | Lofgran.
Prior to forming Huntsman | Lofgran, Diana was a prosecutorial intern for the Salt Lake County Attorneys' Office; a judicial extern for the Honorable J. Thomas Greene, of the United States District Court, District of Utah; an associate, then partner, with Mangum, Holt & Huntsman; and sole owner of Diana J. Huntsman & Associates, PLLC.
Bar Number: 6750
James joined Huntsman | Lofgran in the summer of 2015. His practice focuses on resolving federal and state tax issues. Tax resolution often requires complex negotiation with the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing authorities. Tax law is complex and always changing; thus, it's essential to have an experienced attorney in your corner.
James also provides estate and asset planning services for his clients. He has prepared hundreds of estate plans, ranging from simple estate plans to complex, multiple entity and/or trust plans. James also conducts periodic estate planning seminars for our clients. Probate, which goes hand-in-hand with estate planning, is essentially the end of the estate planning cycle. Having an experienced attorney in your time of need, especially upon the loss of a loved one, brings closure to the estate in a civil and cooperative manner.
James also brings expertise to the Firm in commercial/business transactions. Such transactions include purchasing/selling commercial real property, purchasing/selling a business, leasing assets and/or real property, buy-sell agreements, business succession planning, and myriad of other transactions.
Prior to joining the Firm, James served as an associate with Lukins & Annis, P.S., a mid-size firm in Spokane, Washington, focusing his practice on commercial real estate, business/corporate transactions, estate and business succession planning, and taxation.
In his free time, Mr. Tanner enjoys a multitude of outdoor recreational activities (camping, fishing, hiking, ATVs) and spending time with his two children.
Bar Number: 13608
Kathryn joined Huntsman | Lofgran, PLLC in the summer of 2016. She focuses on helping taxpayers resolve federal and state tax issues. Kathryn previously worked in the tax field as a preparer and has many years of experience dealing with state and federal tax codes.
Kathryn attended law school at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego and graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors in 2015. While there she participated in the Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic and provided free legal services to recovering veterans. These services included: divorce, child custody, criminal expungements, bankruptcy, and discharge upgrades. She also received her bachelor's in Business Administration from the University of Utah in 2012.
In her free time Kathryn enjoys playing with her dogs Sundance and Lily, fishing, hunting, riding horses and ATVs, and hanging out with her family. She also played women's full tackle football for the Utah Jynx 2011 season as an offensive lineman.
Bar Number: 15813
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Michael has been a managing partner with Huntsman | Lofgran, PLLC from its inception. His practice focuses on tax controversy work, resolving individuals' and small businesses' tax problems with the IRS. He also is well-versed in bankruptcy law.
Michael has successfully settled millions of dollars in tax liabilities for his clients and reduced hundreds of out-of-control tax problems down to manageable solutions. "There is always a way through every tax problem," Michael maintains. He devotes a sizable portion of his practice to tax and estate planning for his clients' businesses and personal estates. He also assists will executors through the probate process and trustees in meeting their fiduciary responsibilities.
Prior to co-founding Huntsman Lofgran & Fuller, Michael served as an associate with Jackson Walter Evans & Huntsman, PLLC.
Michael is an avid supporter of the Kidney Foundation. Fluent in spoken and written Russian, he is a World War II and U.S. Civil War history enthusiast. He enjoys mowing his lawn and playing (usually losing) a rousing game of Sorry! or Monopoly with his children. Camping and being in the out-of-doors are favorite activities, and as a fixture of those camping trips Michael always burns his marshmallows before making s'mores.
Bar Number: 10820
Prior to joining HuntsmanLofgran, PLLC's litigation team, Scott A. Trujillo has successfully represented clients in a wide range of legal matters including general litigation, personal injury, family law, bankruptcy, debt collection, judgment enforcement cases, veterans benefit and social security disability claims.
Earning your trust and respect is only just the beginning. Scott is committed to ensuring that you receive prompt, efficient and courteous treatment at all times. He is devoted to managing your needs with honesty, integrity and compassion. Scott understands and takes seriously the importance of giving back to the community and frequently donates his legal services to those in need. He recognizes that pro bono work is both a public and a professional duty with its own rewards, personally and professionally.
Born and raised in southern California, Scott is an avid Lakers, Dodgers, and Kings fan. He has a variety of musical tastes and enjoys live music of any type. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his family camping (listening to episodes of the CBS Radio Mystery Theater), fishing, going to movies, or simply being a homebody. He especially loves watching his daughter's face light up during her horseback riding lessons.
Bar Number: 11386
As part of the firm's family law and litigation team, Sherri helps individuals with divorce, custody, paternity, guardianship and adoption issues. She also provides legal service and counsel in estate planning, education law (emphasis on special education), immigration issues, landlord/tenant disputes and general litigation matters.
Sherri also teaches education law classes online for Nevada State College.
Raised in Sandy, Utah, Sherri and her husband lived for a time in Las Vegas, Nevada, where they raised their five children. Sherri is deeply committed to family and community. She provides pro bono legal help to Utah Legal Services and volunteers with the Utah Attorney General's Guardian ad Litem office.
Bar Number: 14072
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