At Bostwick & Price P.C., we believe it is not enough to know the law. We believe it's important to know our clients and their concerns. Our firm provides personal attention combined with an inside understanding of the real-life issues you may face.
Our aim is to solve problems — not create them. We are successful negotiators. The best measure of our effectiveness is the referrals we receive from clients and other attorneys, and the AV* rating we have received from our peers.
We strive to develop long-term relationships with you as a client so we can protect your interests no matter where life should lead you. Our goal as your attorneys is to protect your business, your family and your future.
Among legal professionals and the business community, we have developed a reputation as lawyers who have the skills and knowledge to effectively protect the interests of a large or small business. We are seasoned experts in the most complex areas of the law that relate to your business.
We likewise have the expertise to help in the personal issues you may face:
Bostwick & Price P.C. — Looking Out for Your Future
While we are successful litigators with a track record of success in the courtroom, we realize that the true mark of an exceptional law firm is the ability to avoid litigation when the potential costs outweigh the rewards.
When you need a law firm with the resources and experience to successfully protect your interests, turn to the lawyers at Bostwick & Price P.C. for successful and cost-effective legal representation.
Contact Our Utah Business and Family Lawyers
For a free 30-minute initial consultation, call 801-326-3683 or contact us by e-mail. Our Salt Lake City attorneys handle cases throughout Utah, the Intermountain Region and the western United States.
*AV Preeminent is a certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.