• Matheson Courthouse
  • Sandy City Hall
  • Bountiful City Hall
  • Park City
  • Provo
  • Ogden

Welcome to Spencer & Collier, PLLC

At Spencer & Collier, LLC, we have brought together attorneys with decades of experience in litigation and transactional matters. The Northern Utah Law Firm of Spencer & Collier, LLC, with offices in Sandy and Syracuse, Utah, focuses on five inter-related areas of law, including family law, business law, elder law, criminal law, and governmental relations. Every attorney at Spencer & Collier, LLC brings years of legal, business and government experience to his area of expertise.
We are regularly asked by our clients to represent them in state, federal and/or appellate courts in the States of Utah and Idaho. We are also asked by our clients to represent them in matters before the Utah State Legislature and a wide variety of state and federal agencies.
If you are looking for experience in the following areas, we invite you to give us a call for a frank discussion of your legal rights and obligations:

Family Law
    Divorce, Child Custody, Father's Rights, Protective Order, and Grandparent Rights litigation, as well as both mediation and arbitration of these types of disputes. In addition to representation in these types of matters, Spencer & Collier, LLC, provides Family Law "Special Master" Services to both clients and other attorneys.

Business Law
    Business Entity Formation (corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships); Contract Preparation and Negotiation; Regulatory Compliance Plans; Licensure and Permitting Matters; as well as resolving disputes by mediation, arbitration or litigation.

Elder Law
    Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Guardianships, Probate Litigation, Grandparent Rights, and Estate Administration, as well as resolving disputes by mediation, arbitration or litigation.

Criminal Law
    Felonies and misdemeanors, including those related to Domestic Violence, DUIs, and Protective Order violations.

Intergovernmental Relations
    Lobbying on behalf of clients before the Utah State Legislature, as well as county and city governmental entities throughout the State of Utah.


Organizing Your Thoughts -- What to Ask

During your initial face-to-face meeting plan to get all of your questions answered. Depending on your situation, you should consider asking the following questions:
  • What kind of cases do you normally handle?
  • What percentage of your practice is devoted to this area of law?
  • How many situations similar to mine have you handled in the past year?
  • How many of these types of cases are resolved short of trial? (Either through mediation or other means of settlement)
  • What aspects of my case are the most difficult to resolve?
  • How do you keep in touch with your clients?
  • Are you available after hours?
  • Will other attorneys be working on my case?
  • How do you bill your clients?
  • Do you require a retainer? If so, how much?
  • What do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of my case?