The Utah Uniform Voidable Transactions Act provides remedies to creditors when debtors transfer assets, rendering themselves judgment-proof. The Act creates a distinction between transfers that occur before or after a claim arises.
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By: Kendra M. Brown
If more attorneys are aware of and argue these exceptions on appeal, we are likely to have more cases in which the appellate courts are able to apply an exception and create a body of case law that reaches the merits of more arguments on appeal. Much to the relief of all associates and district court judges.
In disputed first-party insurance claims, a policyholder will often sue not only its insurer but that insurer’s independent adjuster who inspected a loss.
These appellate cases of interest were recently decided by the Utah Supreme Court, Utah Court of Appeals, and United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
By: Heather S. White
All summaries are written quarterly by Heather White and are for informational purposes only.
One threshold question is whether an employer can require its employees to get the vaccine? The answer is likely yes, with some exceptions.
He discussed property transfers upon death through a will, trust, joint tenancy, intestacy, and more.
A Return to Chaos or a Reasonable Compromise: The Utah Harmless Error Statute’s Effect on Estate Planning and Probate Litigation.
This article explores the effect of Utah Code Ann. § 75-2-503, commonly referred to as the Harmless Error Statute, on estate planning and probate litigation for both attorneys and the public at large.