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York Howell's New Real Estate team to Restore SLC's Property Confidence
This release details York Howell's new Real Estate experts and their expertise

BriefingWire.com, 6/05/2014 - York Howell, an asset protection, tax and estate-planning firm in Salt Lake City, Utah, recently added three real estate law experts to its lineup. The company sought and selected these experts to restore consumers’ confidence amid a recovering real estate market -- one where York Howell strives to be local residents’ guiding, legal hand.

Paxton Guymon, Daniel Dansie and Lauren Johnson each employ skillsets as multifaceted as they are specific. Guymon, former editor of the Utah Law Review, previously served as Chair of the Real Property section for the Utah State Bar and obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Utah.

Dansie, a litigator with expertise in real estate, land use, commercial law and bankruptcy, enlivened by his passion for these areas of law, published research in the Idaho State Bar Journal and Journal of Land Resources. Before publishing research and working in the industry for several years, he graduated from the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law with the highest honors.

Lauren Johnson, admitted to practice law in the state of Utah and Federal Courts in 2007, specializes in civil litigation, real estate arbitration and appellate briefing of real estate property. Like Dansie, her research is published in the Journal of Land Resources.

With these three additions, York Howell upholds its vision of utilizing specific and well-tailored skillsets for its firm while breaching new professional territory, spanning its reach and breadth of opportunities to serve Salt Lake City and Utah in general. By deeming the generalist philosophy of law outdated, York Howell disavows the practices of the past to help its clients with their futures, and these new addendums are proof of this philosophy. Their backgrounds, education and devotion to the niche of their respective practices will serve Utah and restore Salt Lake City’s confidence in its ability to understand and traverse the recovering property market.

 
 
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