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Keith M. Backman

Keith graduated from BYU Law School in 1993. He has been with the law firm his entire career. Keith has extensive experience representing Utahns all along the Wasatch Front. He specializes in all areas of family law, including divorce and custody, as well as estate planning, real estate, contracts, and business law.

Practice areas:

Business Creation
Business Lawsuit
Contracts
Health Care Directives
Living Wills
Trusts
Wills
Family Law
Adoption
Alimony
Annulment
Child Custody & Visitiation
Child Support
Divorce
Divorce Modification
Divorce Mediation
Protective Orders
QDRO’s
Appeals
Arbitration
Lawsuits
Litigation
Appeals
Real Estate
Real Estate
Condemnations
Evictions
Foreclosures
Property Disputes
Zoning
General Council Services

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Utah Attorney Keith Backman

KEITH M. BACKMAN

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Phone: (801) 479-4777

Office Location: Ogden

About Attorney Keith M. Backman

Keith Backman has been with Helgesen, Houtz & Jones since he graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School in 1993. He has been married since 1989 and is the father of four children. He and his wife met at BYU when Keith was an undergraduate student and his oldest daughter is continuing the family tradition by attending BYU.

Outside of the office, Keith stays busy reading, hiking, tinkering with computers, and trying not to get hit on his motorcycle. His life’s goals are to build his own PC from scratch, to transfer his collection of several hundred vinyl records and cassette tapes to CD, and to create a usable catalog for his book collection.

Keith has represented clients in almost all of the courts along the Wasatch Front and is one of the few attorneys in Weber County who can say he has been to a hearing in the District Court in Panguitch. He practices in the areas of real property, family law, contracts and business law. He has also appeared on a number of occasions in the Utah Court of Appeals and the Utah Supreme Court. He recently successfully briefed and argued the case of Commercial Real Estate Investment, LLC v. Comcast of Utah II, Inc. in which the Utah Supreme Court took a new direction in Utah law on liquidated damages.

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