After working as a prosecutor for over five years I decided to go into private practice. I soon found a lot of satisfaction in consumer bankruptcy practice. The decision to file bankruptcy is of critical importance and the value of competent representation in a bankruptcy case is great. This understanding spurs me to spend a lot of time making sure my knowledge of bankruptcy law is fresh and up to date. I have also made the decision to focus on bankruptcy and related areas of practice. I really feel that juggling too many legal practice areas leads to a decrease in the quality of service. My goal is to provide my clients: 1) An attorney who diligently and competently handles legal matters and who can provide timely and correct legal advice; 2) Zealous advocacy for their causes and positions that are in keeping with the law; 3) Respect and consideration at all times by my staff and I; 4) Answers to questions and concerns in a timely manner and timely response to telephone calls; 5) Legal services at a reasonable price; 6) An attorney who can exercise independent professional judgment unhindered by conflicts of interest; and 7) Representation in keeping with the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct.