Meredith Law Office

Open for Business
Offers Video Calls
Meredith Law Office

Dedicated to you, experienced, and effective! We can assist you in divorce/custody, bankruptcy, real estate and disability matters.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

Meredith Law Office

Meredith Law Office

Open for Business
Offers Video Calls

Dedicated to you, experienced, and effective! We can assist you in divorce/custody, bankruptcy, real estate and disability matters.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

Firm Overview

We are a small firm located in Lehi Utah. Meet our staff: Lillian Reedy has been licensed in California since 2001 and in Utah since 2007.

We represent clients in all areas of consumer law such as bankruptcy, family law, disability, Social Security and long term disability, foreclosure, garnishments, divorce, child support, child custody, loan modification, small claims, landlord tenant, administrative hearings, and education.

Main Office

Meredith Law Office
2940 W Maple Loop
Suite 201
Lehi, UT 84043

Phone

(801) 874-4983

Fax

(801) 692-6769

Websites

Utah Attorneys

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes, free 30 minute consultation

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

We offer fixed fees Bankruptcy representation for Chapter 7 with below median income, no reaffirmations, or claim issues. Bankruptcy representation for Chapter 13.Uncontested Divorce assistance to submit paperwork to the court. Contingency accepted on Social Security Disability cases. A contested divorce case such as custody disputes, child support, and asset division will require hourly fee.

Hourly Rates

Hourly fees range $300 to $100 for Attorney $130 for Paralegal

Office Information
Office Hours

M-F 9 am - 5 pm

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

Spanish and English

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Our background and experience has guided our decision to work in consumer areas of law. We entered the field of law to help the common man. The legal system is complex and we have learned how to best maneuver through that system.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

Lillian has over twenty years of experience and her work experience includes time working for the family law court, bankruptcy trustees, and accounting firms that supported bankruptcy trustees. She also worked as an adjunct professor at Whittier Law School. Brad has over twenty years of experience representing hundreds of cases before judges. Our staff meet each week and receive training from experts in the field and work at improving our knowledge-base.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We value honesty, dependability, resourcefulness, and getting results effectively and efficiently. We use the most up to date technology and search for the best software available to manage cases and communicate with the courts, personnel, and you. (You can text us.) We care about our clients. We represent our client's interests to the best of our ability.

Meredith Law Office
Lillian Reedy

Ms. Reedy works hard for her clients. She provides a voice for her clients in the courts, negotiations, mediations, meetings, hearings, or arbitration. She is a strong advocate having spent many years learning, preparing, and advocating in real practice.

She is license as an attorney in Utah (2007) and California (2001). In addition, she is a licensed real estate broker. She is admitted to practice before Utah and California State and Federal courts including Federal Bankruptcy Courts.



She holds advanced degrees including J.D. (Doctor of Jurisprudence) and M.B.A. from Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA); and a B.A. from Brigham Young University (Provo) in Political Science and Spanish.

Her career experience spans many fields. She assisted in litigation support for receivers and for California and Utah bankruptcy trustees. This work included asset management, data control, bankruptcy filing report review and general ledger accounting practices. Her work at the family law facilitator's office in California expanded her knowledge in providing support services for pro se clients seeking restraining orders, child custody, child support, and modification and enforcement of court orders. Her work at Whittier Law School she supervised and counseled with many disabled clients seeking services and compliance with IDEA, Office for Civil Rights and Office of Education compliance complaints.

She enjoys learning and expanding her knowledge. Her dream one day is to attend medical school. Her talents and interests include crochet, piano, voice, art, cooking, reading, and travel. She recently married and enjoys time with the family.

License

Bar Number: 11476
Utah, 2007

Bar Number: 212736
California, 2001

Education

Pepperdine University
M.B.A., 1999

Pepperdine University
J.D., 2000

Brigham Young University
B.A., 1996

Meredith Law Office
Lillian Reedy

Ms. Reedy works hard for her clients. She provides a voice for her clients in the courts, negotiations, mediations, meetings, hearings, or arbitration. She is a strong advocate having spent many years learning, preparing, and advocating in real practice.

She is license as an attorney in Utah (2007) and California (2001). In addition, she is a licensed real estate broker. She is admitted to practice before Utah and California State and Federal courts including Federal Bankruptcy Courts.



She holds advanced degrees including J.D. (Doctor of Jurisprudence) and M.B.A. from Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA); and a B.A. from Brigham Young University (Provo) in Political Science and Spanish.

Her career experience spans many fields. She assisted in litigation support for receivers and for California and Utah bankruptcy trustees. This work included asset management, data control, bankruptcy filing report review and general ledger accounting practices. Her work at the family law facilitator's office in California expanded her knowledge in providing support services for pro se clients seeking restraining orders, child custody, child support, and modification and enforcement of court orders. Her work at Whittier Law School she supervised and counseled with many disabled clients seeking services and compliance with IDEA, Office for Civil Rights and Office of Education compliance complaints.

She enjoys learning and expanding her knowledge. Her dream one day is to attend medical school. Her talents and interests include crochet, piano, voice, art, cooking, reading, and travel. She recently married and enjoys time with the family.

License

Bar Number: 11476
Utah, 2007

Bar Number: 212736
California, 2001

Education

Pepperdine University M.B.A., 1999


Pepperdine University J.D., 2000


Brigham Young University B.A., 1996


Meredith Law Office
Bradley Roylance

Mr. Roylance has dedicated his 20 year legal career to advocating on behalf of individuals facing life crises that require the assistance of an attorney. He has developed a reputation as a caring and zealous advocate for his clients, who are often the "little guy" taking on a government agency, large insurance company, or well funded opposing party.

He has substantial experience in handling family law matters, particularly with respect to divorces, and custody and support disputes. His goal in any family law related dispute is to resolve it as quickly as possible while maximizing the benefitical outcome for the client and their children. Use of alternative dispute resolution tools, such as mediation, is emphasized to minimize cost to the client and to obtain an effective and prompt resolution.


Mr. Roylance has represented literally thousands of individuals with disabillity claims. He represents individuals in claims arising in the context of long term disabiilty benefits through an employer or private disability policy, workplace injuries giving rise to a workers compensation claim, disability claims due to an automobile or other type of accident involving a third party, and disability claims with the state to receive state benefits such as Medicaid. Mr. Roylance has also handled Social Security disability claims. However, in a division of workload for our disability clients, all of the firm's Social Security disability clients are handled by Lillian Meredith, with Mr. Roylance assisting as needed.

Mr. Roylance is also experienced in handling bankruptcy claims, representing criminal defendants, estate planning, and in litigating general civil matters. He also helps small business owners with general legal matters and in the purchase and sale of their businesses.

He was a co-founder of the Social Security section of the Utah Association for Justice and chaired that section for several years. He is licensed to practice in all Utah state courts and in the federal district court for Utah and the federal Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a graduate of the University of Utah (B.A. '93) and J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU (J.D., cum laude, '96). Mr. Roylance is an avid geneologist and enjoys spending time with his family in Utah's beautiful mountains.

License

Bar Number: 7773
Utah, 1997

Education

Brigham Young University
J.D., 1997

Meredith Law Office
Bradley Roylance

Mr. Roylance has dedicated his 20 year legal career to advocating on behalf of individuals facing life crises that require the assistance of an attorney. He has developed a reputation as a caring and zealous advocate for his clients, who are often the "little guy" taking on a government agency, large insurance company, or well funded opposing party.

He has substantial experience in handling family law matters, particularly with respect to divorces, and custody and support disputes. His goal in any family law related dispute is to resolve it as quickly as possible while maximizing the benefitical outcome for the client and their children. Use of alternative dispute resolution tools, such as mediation, is emphasized to minimize cost to the client and to obtain an effective and prompt resolution.


Mr. Roylance has represented literally thousands of individuals with disabillity claims. He represents individuals in claims arising in the context of long term disabiilty benefits through an employer or private disability policy, workplace injuries giving rise to a workers compensation claim, disability claims due to an automobile or other type of accident involving a third party, and disability claims with the state to receive state benefits such as Medicaid. Mr. Roylance has also handled Social Security disability claims. However, in a division of workload for our disability clients, all of the firm's Social Security disability clients are handled by Lillian Meredith, with Mr. Roylance assisting as needed.

Mr. Roylance is also experienced in handling bankruptcy claims, representing criminal defendants, estate planning, and in litigating general civil matters. He also helps small business owners with general legal matters and in the purchase and sale of their businesses.

He was a co-founder of the Social Security section of the Utah Association for Justice and chaired that section for several years. He is licensed to practice in all Utah state courts and in the federal district court for Utah and the federal Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a graduate of the University of Utah (B.A. '93) and J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU (J.D., cum laude, '96). Mr. Roylance is an avid geneologist and enjoys spending time with his family in Utah's beautiful mountains.

License

Bar Number: 7773
Utah, 1997

Education

Brigham Young University J.D., 1997


Firm Overview

We are a small firm located in Lehi Utah. Meet our staff: Lillian Reedy has been licensed in California since 2001 and in Utah since 2007.

We represent clients in all areas of consumer law such as bankruptcy, family law, disability, Social Security and long term disability, foreclosure, garnishments, divorce, child support, child custody, loan modification, small claims, landlord tenant, administrative hearings, and education.

Main Office

Meredith Law Office
2940 W Maple Loop
Suite 201
Lehi, UT 84043

Phone

(801) 874-4983

Fax

(801) 692-6769

Websites

Utah Attorneys

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes, free 30 minute consultation

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

We offer fixed fees Bankruptcy representation for Chapter 7 with below median income, no reaffirmations, or claim issues. Bankruptcy representation for Chapter 13.Uncontested Divorce assistance to submit paperwork to the court. Contingency accepted on Social Security Disability cases. A contested divorce case such as custody disputes, child support, and asset division will require hourly fee.

Hourly Rates

Hourly fees range $300 to $100 for Attorney $130 for Paralegal

Office Information
Office Hours

M-F 9 am - 5 pm

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

Spanish and English

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Our background and experience has guided our decision to work in consumer areas of law. We entered the field of law to help the common man. The legal system is complex and we have learned how to best maneuver through that system.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

Lillian has over twenty years of experience and her work experience includes time working for the family law court, bankruptcy trustees, and accounting firms that supported bankruptcy trustees. She also worked as an adjunct professor at Whittier Law School. Brad has over twenty years of experience representing hundreds of cases before judges. Our staff meet each week and receive training from experts in the field and work at improving our knowledge-base.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We value honesty, dependability, resourcefulness, and getting results effectively and efficiently. We use the most up to date technology and search for the best software available to manage cases and communicate with the courts, personnel, and you. (You can text us.) We care about our clients. We represent our client's interests to the best of our ability.

Meredith Law Office
Lillian Reedy

Ms. Reedy works hard for her clients. She provides a voice for her clients in the courts, negotiations, mediations, meetings, hearings, or arbitration. She is a strong advocate having spent many years learning, preparing, and advocating in real practice.

She is license as an attorney in Utah (2007) and California (2001). In addition, she is a licensed real estate broker. She is admitted to practice before Utah and California State and Federal courts including Federal Bankruptcy Courts.



She holds advanced degrees including J.D. (Doctor of Jurisprudence) and M.B.A. from Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA); and a B.A. from Brigham Young University (Provo) in Political Science and Spanish.

Her career experience spans many fields. She assisted in litigation support for receivers and for California and Utah bankruptcy trustees. This work included asset management, data control, bankruptcy filing report review and general ledger accounting practices. Her work at the family law facilitator's office in California expanded her knowledge in providing support services for pro se clients seeking restraining orders, child custody, child support, and modification and enforcement of court orders. Her work at Whittier Law School she supervised and counseled with many disabled clients seeking services and compliance with IDEA, Office for Civil Rights and Office of Education compliance complaints.

She enjoys learning and expanding her knowledge. Her dream one day is to attend medical school. Her talents and interests include crochet, piano, voice, art, cooking, reading, and travel. She recently married and enjoys time with the family.

License

Bar Number: 11476
Utah, 2007

Bar Number: 212736
California, 2001

Education

Pepperdine University
M.B.A., 1999

Pepperdine University
J.D., 2000

Brigham Young University
B.A., 1996

Meredith Law Office
Lillian Reedy

Ms. Reedy works hard for her clients. She provides a voice for her clients in the courts, negotiations, mediations, meetings, hearings, or arbitration. She is a strong advocate having spent many years learning, preparing, and advocating in real practice.

She is license as an attorney in Utah (2007) and California (2001). In addition, she is a licensed real estate broker. She is admitted to practice before Utah and California State and Federal courts including Federal Bankruptcy Courts.



She holds advanced degrees including J.D. (Doctor of Jurisprudence) and M.B.A. from Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA); and a B.A. from Brigham Young University (Provo) in Political Science and Spanish.

Her career experience spans many fields. She assisted in litigation support for receivers and for California and Utah bankruptcy trustees. This work included asset management, data control, bankruptcy filing report review and general ledger accounting practices. Her work at the family law facilitator's office in California expanded her knowledge in providing support services for pro se clients seeking restraining orders, child custody, child support, and modification and enforcement of court orders. Her work at Whittier Law School she supervised and counseled with many disabled clients seeking services and compliance with IDEA, Office for Civil Rights and Office of Education compliance complaints.

She enjoys learning and expanding her knowledge. Her dream one day is to attend medical school. Her talents and interests include crochet, piano, voice, art, cooking, reading, and travel. She recently married and enjoys time with the family.

License

Bar Number: 11476
Utah, 2007

Bar Number: 212736
California, 2001

Education

Pepperdine University M.B.A., 1999


Pepperdine University J.D., 2000


Brigham Young University B.A., 1996


Meredith Law Office
Bradley Roylance

Mr. Roylance has dedicated his 20 year legal career to advocating on behalf of individuals facing life crises that require the assistance of an attorney. He has developed a reputation as a caring and zealous advocate for his clients, who are often the "little guy" taking on a government agency, large insurance company, or well funded opposing party.

He has substantial experience in handling family law matters, particularly with respect to divorces, and custody and support disputes. His goal in any family law related dispute is to resolve it as quickly as possible while maximizing the benefitical outcome for the client and their children. Use of alternative dispute resolution tools, such as mediation, is emphasized to minimize cost to the client and to obtain an effective and prompt resolution.


Mr. Roylance has represented literally thousands of individuals with disabillity claims. He represents individuals in claims arising in the context of long term disabiilty benefits through an employer or private disability policy, workplace injuries giving rise to a workers compensation claim, disability claims due to an automobile or other type of accident involving a third party, and disability claims with the state to receive state benefits such as Medicaid. Mr. Roylance has also handled Social Security disability claims. However, in a division of workload for our disability clients, all of the firm's Social Security disability clients are handled by Lillian Meredith, with Mr. Roylance assisting as needed.

Mr. Roylance is also experienced in handling bankruptcy claims, representing criminal defendants, estate planning, and in litigating general civil matters. He also helps small business owners with general legal matters and in the purchase and sale of their businesses.

He was a co-founder of the Social Security section of the Utah Association for Justice and chaired that section for several years. He is licensed to practice in all Utah state courts and in the federal district court for Utah and the federal Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a graduate of the University of Utah (B.A. '93) and J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU (J.D., cum laude, '96). Mr. Roylance is an avid geneologist and enjoys spending time with his family in Utah's beautiful mountains.

License

Bar Number: 7773
Utah, 1997

Education

Brigham Young University
J.D., 1997

Meredith Law Office
Bradley Roylance

Mr. Roylance has dedicated his 20 year legal career to advocating on behalf of individuals facing life crises that require the assistance of an attorney. He has developed a reputation as a caring and zealous advocate for his clients, who are often the "little guy" taking on a government agency, large insurance company, or well funded opposing party.

He has substantial experience in handling family law matters, particularly with respect to divorces, and custody and support disputes. His goal in any family law related dispute is to resolve it as quickly as possible while maximizing the benefitical outcome for the client and their children. Use of alternative dispute resolution tools, such as mediation, is emphasized to minimize cost to the client and to obtain an effective and prompt resolution.


Mr. Roylance has represented literally thousands of individuals with disabillity claims. He represents individuals in claims arising in the context of long term disabiilty benefits through an employer or private disability policy, workplace injuries giving rise to a workers compensation claim, disability claims due to an automobile or other type of accident involving a third party, and disability claims with the state to receive state benefits such as Medicaid. Mr. Roylance has also handled Social Security disability claims. However, in a division of workload for our disability clients, all of the firm's Social Security disability clients are handled by Lillian Meredith, with Mr. Roylance assisting as needed.

Mr. Roylance is also experienced in handling bankruptcy claims, representing criminal defendants, estate planning, and in litigating general civil matters. He also helps small business owners with general legal matters and in the purchase and sale of their businesses.

He was a co-founder of the Social Security section of the Utah Association for Justice and chaired that section for several years. He is licensed to practice in all Utah state courts and in the federal district court for Utah and the federal Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a graduate of the University of Utah (B.A. '93) and J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU (J.D., cum laude, '96). Mr. Roylance is an avid geneologist and enjoys spending time with his family in Utah's beautiful mountains.

License

Bar Number: 7773
Utah, 1997

Education

Brigham Young University J.D., 1997


This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.