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CONTACT: 341 South Main Street, Suite 500| Salt Lake City, Utah 84111| 801-428-0336
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PRIMARY PRACTICE AREAS: Family Law and Criminal Defense. Se habla español.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Worked at a large law firm, in government, and as a public defender.
PRO BONO: Utah Legal Services, Utah Courts.
MEMBERSHIPS: American Bar Association, Utah State Bar Association, Salt Lake County Bar, Utah State Bar: Family Law Section, Litigation Section, Small Firm Section, Young Lawyers Division, Utah Minority Bar Association
LEADERSHIP: Section Chair, Utah Small Firm Section of the Utah State Bar, former CLE Chair, Utah Small Firm Section
ADMISSIONS: All Utah State Courts, Utah State Bar, United States District Court for the District of Utah
During and after law school, he worked at the Utah Attorney General’s office and at a large law firm. He also devotes substantial time to providing volunteer legal services to the neediest members of our community.
Mr. Stolz opened his full-service firm to help people get through difficult times, by providing excellent legal services at rates that ordinary folks can afford.
Mr. Stolz is a compassionate attorney committed to zealously helping others and protecting their legal interests. He graduated from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah and earned a bachelor’s degree from Columbia University. Prior to law school, Mr. Stolz worked as a journalist for numerous publications, including The New York Times.
Martin T. Stolz, Esq.
LEGAL EDUCATION: Juris Doctorate, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, Salt Lake City, Utah
UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION: Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Comparative Literature, Columbia University, New York, New York