The Salt Lake City firm of Keele Law provides exceptional representation to clients throughout Utah in a wide variety of civil litigation matters, including trust and estate litigation, probate controversies, commercial and business litigation, employment discrimination and wage claims, and divorce actions. As a small firm, Mr. Keele is able to focus his significant energies on, and will give his utmost personal attention to, every case he takes. Kamron is a staunch believer in intensive preparation for every hearing and trial date, always striving to present the best possible arguments by utilizing clear writing, making succinct oral argument, and keeping the court focused on the issue at hand. While litigation is never a pleasant experience, when it does become necessary, Mr. Keele can assist you in presenting your best possible arguments to the court for the best possible outcomes.

Probate is the legal process by which a person’s assets are distributed to his or her heirs and beneficiaries upon death. While a probate matter may or may not have to be overseen by a court, there doesn’tneed to be any formal lawsuit if the parties can agree on a course of action. Mr. Keele can assist and advise parties on how to resolve these issues, and his experience in mediation, along with his practical and common-sense approach to solving problems, can often avoid a protracted family war where no one wins. There are times, however, when controversy between heirs cannot be avoided and the parties will have to litigate the issues before the court. Disputes also occur when a trustee acts, fails to act, or makes improper distributions from a trust. In these circumstances, as either a personal representative of the decedent’s estate, a trustee of a trust, or a beneficiary of either who feels that s/he did not receive all that was due, Mr. Keele can advise and assist in all of the twists and turns of these contests—contests where emotions can run high. Care and finesse is needed to work through these often thorny issues while triggering the least amount of family turmoil as possible. Mr. Keele has the experience, as well as the diplomacy skills and discretion, to resolve the dispute with the best possible outcome for not only you but for all involved. With Kamron’s help, the parties can focus on the genuine issues and address them head-on so that agreement can be expedited, and all involved can put the matter behind them as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible.

A one-time real estate agent, Kamron Keele has extensive experience in most aspects of real estate law, from negotiation and preparation of documents related to the purchase and sale of commercial and residential property, to leasing, easements, property management, homeowners associations, land use, and foreclosure. Mr. Keele has broad experience in litigation involving real estate, from quiet title actions, boundary and zoning disputes, to landlord and tenant disputes. Contact Kamron to obtain informed answers to all of your real estate questions.

Keele Law assists businesses in creating and maintaining employment policies that protect employers from legal complications;these policies are often overlooked by small businesses until something catastrophic occurs. Mr. Keele has widespread experience in drafting all manner and types of employment-related agreements, including but certainly not limited to employee handbooks, employment and independent-contractor agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, and termination and severance agreements. Mr. Keele also advises (and defends if necessary) employers regarding employee complaints of all kinds, from wage and sexual harassment claims to discrimination claims under the American with Disabilities Act, and even compliance issues with privacy and HIPAA laws. Kamron has represented clients in all manner and type of employment-related administrative proceedings and court litigation. If you have employees, call Kamron today to schedule a free audit of your employment practices.

On the other side of the coin, Keele Law also represents employees who have been victims of discrimination, or who have not been paid as agreed, or who have been wrongfully terminated. If you believe you were fired for suspect reasons or have other employment-related questions, Keele Law can advise and represent you in your case, on a contingency fee basis if desired.