Get Started

The attorneys at Platt Law know your time is valuable so we’ve arranged to make it as easy as possible to get started.

We begin every new client relationship with a no charge initial consultation. This meeting usually lasts about two hours. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 801-769-1313, and speaking with our Client Services Director.

In order to hold your appointment, we will take your address, phone number, email address and credit card number. The credit card is only charged if you don’t show up for your appointment, or cancel within two weeks of the appointment, without rescheduling. We understand that people need to make changes from time to time, and you will not be charged if you cancel your appointment, as long as we’ve been given at least 2 weeks’ notice, nor will you be charged if you need to reschedule.

Once your consultation is set, we will send you a new client package by mail, which we ask you to fill out and return to us at least 3 days in advance of your consultation. This information will give us an important general overview of your current assets and estate planning. We’ll review this before your meeting, so none of our face-to-face time is wasted. That way, every minute you spend with us will be focused on meeting your estate planning needs.

To set an initial consultation meeting, please contact us.

 

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From within Utah County and Salt Lake County, our law firm represents estate planning and elder law clients from Alpine, Highland, Lehi, American Fork, Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain, Sandy, Draper, Herriman, South Jordan, Pleasant Grove, Salt Lake City, Lindon, Provo, Orem, Spanish Fork, Payson, Santaquin, and Springville. The Utah Law Firm of Platt Law, P.C. focuses on Utah estate planning, wills, trusts, estates, probate administration, asset protection, Medical Assistance planning, Medicaid planning & eligibility, Veterans Benefits planning, VA Aid and Attendance planning, elder law, business succession planning, family limited partnerships, real estate and transactional law. With years of experience, attorney RobRoy Platt is an experienced estate planning attorney, trust attorney, probate attorney, asset protection attorney, Medicaid attorney, Veterans Benfits attorney, and elder law attorney. Melissa Platt is an experienced business succession attorney, trust attorney, estate planning attorney, and real estate attorney.