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Divorce Attorney

Divorce with or without children create concerns as to support, allocation of debts and division of property of the marriage.
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Child Custody

Custody issues include whether a party wants sole or joint physical custody, a support obligation and more than minimum visitation.
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Personal Injury

Often the presentation of medical billings and providing a scenario of pain and suffering will suffice to allow a client to recover his damages.
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Rex B. Bushman, P.C., Attorney at Law

Rex Bushman welcomes new clients and will make himself available for a free consultation at your early convenience to sit down with or discuss your case by telephone to determine what legal options will best serve your needs. Rex is kind and courteous and will provide all the necessary time to go over the details of your case to comprehensively evaluate the problem and provide legal advice and services for its successful resolution. Rex will promptly investigate, prepare pleadings and file your case without delay. During the course of your representation you will always have access by telephone or in person to Rex to answer questions or strategize with you about your matter.

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Divorce is more complicated than a simple word. In fact, in family law, there are two other options if divorce is not the best fit for the parties involved. These options are “Legal Separation” and “Annulment.”


The importance of having a will or trust so that you, not the state, can decide how your assets are distributed after your death can be revealed in Utah intestate law. Under Utah Probate Code Ann. 75-2-102 et seq., a resident who dies without leaving a valid legal will is said to have died “intestate.”


Earlier last year the U.S. Department of Transportation reported that over 53 million vehicles were recalled by manufacturers in the year 2016. This represents a seven percent increase over the previous “all-time high” reported in 2015.