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About The Law Office Of Eric P. Paulson

For many, family court is a truly intimidating place ― one that evokes feelings of fear and uncertainty. If you find yourself embroiled in a family-related legal dispute, you need to ensure that you have a dedicated and skilled lawyer at your side protecting your rights.

At The Law Office of Eric P. Paulson, we believe each and every one of our clients deserves personalized legal guidance. No matter whether you need help with a divorce proceeding, child custody, child support or any other related family law matter, we will walk you through the legal process and carefully explain your legal options.

We will work tirelessly to negotiate on your behalf, with our ultimate goal of obtaining the best possible solution for both you and your family. When you seek legal representation from The Law Office of Eric P. Paulson, you will have the opportunity to work face to face with an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney. Indeed, you will only deal with one lawyer, Eric Paulson.

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With over 14 years of legal experience, attorney Eric Paulson knows how to navigate the complexities of Utah family law. In every case, he has two concerns: resolving current legal disputes and crafting agreements that anticipate future problems ― making things significantly easier for you in the long run.

As someone who has gone through a divorce himself, he understands all too well the feelings of fear and anxiety that one may encounter when facing a difficult family law dispute. So let him take care of your legal needs while you focus on getting your life in order.

When You Future Is At Stake, Contact The Law Office Of Eric P. Paulson

If you wish to learn how we can help you with your family-related legal dispute, contact The Law Office of Eric P. Paulson today for an initial consultation. With an office in American Fork, we assist clients throughout Utah County, including those in Provo. You can email us online or call us at 801-210-8313.

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