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Wesley Winsor

Wesley Winsor

Wes Winsor Law PLLC
  • Estate Planning, Business Law, Probate...
  • Utah
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Wes is happy and grateful to be able to serve his neighbors, friends, and family in St. George, Utah. Wesley A. Winsor’s practice consists primarily of Estate Planning and Contracts Law. He is a seasoned negotiator and experienced in guiding disputes into resolution. Legal Services - Estate Planning - Succession Planning - Trusts - Wills - Advance Health Care Directives - Power of Attorney - Deeds - Probate, Guardianship, and Conservatorship Contracts - LLC’s- Operating agreements, Entity Formation, Partnership Agreements - Lease Agreements - Product Liability waivers - Service Agreements - Negotiation of Contract disputes In addition to his career, Wes’ interests include entrepreneurship, basketball, bargain shopping, longboarding, and most of all spending time with his wife Lindsay and their four children. Education Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law- J.D., Eagle Scholarship Recipient Brigham Young University- B.S., Business Management- Supply Chain Emphasis Additional Languages Spanish Portuguese Professional and Civic Activities Member, Southern Utah Bar Association Mediation Training Youth Sports Coach Dave Ramsey FPU Coordinator - See more at: http://www.weswinsorlaw.com/about-the-firm/#sthash.PXxL6Kq3.dpuf

Practice Areas
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Law
  • Probate
  • Collections
  • Real Estate Law
  • Elder Law
  • Tax Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Utah
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Federal Circuit
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Languages
  • Portuguese: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Founding Attorney
Wes Winsor Law PLLC
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Associate Attorney
Seegmiller Law PLLC
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Education
Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University
J.D. (2012) | Business Law and Estate Planning
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Honors: Eagle Scholarship Recipient, Public Interest Fellow
Activities: Vice President of the Federalist Society, Christian Legal Society
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Brigham Young University
B.S. (2009) | Business Management Emphasis in Supply Chain
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Honors: Scholarship recipient
Activities: Supply Chain Club, Strategy Club
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Dixie State College
A.A. (2006) | Business and Language
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Honors: Honor Roll
Activities: Student Government, X-Club Service Fraternity,
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Awards
Up and Coming Legal Elite
Utah Business
Voted by peers as one of Utah Business's Up and Coming Legal Elite for 2017
Professional Associations
southern utah estate planning council
Member
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Activities: Discuss estate planning topics with other attorneys, financial advisors, and CPA's.
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Corporate Alliance Member
C4 Member
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Southern Utah Bar Association
Member
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Publications
Speaking Engagements
Estate Planning Instruments, Hard of Hearing Division Services, 1067 E Tabernacle St # 10, St. George, UT 84770
Southern Utan Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Presented on Estate Planning instruments with Southern Utah Deaf and Hard of Hearing group.
Estate Planning Q n A, Memory Matters, St. George Cit Public Library 88 W 100 S, St George, UT 84770
Memory Matters
Part of the Memory Matters Education class: https://www.memorymattersutah.org/services
Revocable Living Trusts, Memory Matters, St. George Cit Public Library 88 W 100 S, St George, UT 84770
Memory Matters
Part of the Memory Matters Education class: https://www.memorymattersutah.org/services
Probate Court, Alzheimers and Dementia Society, St. George Public Library, St George, UT
Alzheimers and Dementia Society
Certifications
Legal Elite 2017
Utah Business
Legal Answers
143 Questions Answered

Q. Hello, my father recently passed away and he didn't have no will and I'm his only child. He has a estate and vehicles
A: I agree with my colleagues. You will need to file a probate action with the Court where either your Dad lived or owned real estate. Get appointed as persona representative, and you will be able to recover the stolen assets taken by your family. You will need to get a probate attorney to help you with this, and you will need to move quickly. In addition, while it is fresh you should write down an inventory of everything in the estate as well as everything that was taken and by whom. I hope this helps. Wes
Q. what elements (four corners rule) must be included in breach of contract complaint
A: The four corners rule basically states that the Court will look no further than the four corners of the document (contract) to determine what the terms of the agreement are. The exception to this is if there are ambiguities in the contract, if there are the Court will look for outside information (parole evidence) to give context and clarity to resolve the ambiguities. As long as there is a valid contract written and signed by both parties the terms on the contract will govern. I am not quite sure what you are asking, please clarify your question given the explanation of the four corners rule. Wes
Q. Thier wasnt a will she sold the house right before she die an she had the money in her bank
A: If your question, is how do I get money out of the bank, then a child of the decedent or surviving spouse may be able to do it with a small estate affidavit providing that she has less than $100k in personal property including what is in the bank. Wes
Q. How can i stop probate my brother wasnt notified an i received my papers on thr review date can i stop my sister
A: It looks like this was already asked and answered.
Q. How can i stop probate my brother wasnt notified an i received my papers on thr review date can i stop my sister
A: This looks like it was already asked and answered.
Q. Need to stop probate in case number 193300081 my brother jarrod was give any chance to notified to this matter
A: Hello, You can't just stop a probate, unless you can prove that the person is not dead, I suppose that would stop it. But if you are trying to stop the personal representative from being appointed you will need to object to his/her appointment. Wes
Q. How can i stop probate my brother wasnt notified an i received my papers on thr review date can i stop my sister
A: It looks like this was already asked and answered.
Q. Customer refuses to pay the remainder amount owed for work done on a construction job I did for him on his house.
A: Hello, I am sorry to hear about this. Are they claiming a defect in the work? Did you have a contract that outlined the work and timing of payments? In any case you have two remedies, you can usually put a mechanic's lien on the real estate, which will have to paid if the house is ever sold and/or you can take him to court for breach of of contract. I hope this helps. Wes
Q. Need to stop probate my brother want contact ed an i received my on the review date file motion to set aside
A: I am sorry for your loss. That is frustrating. Do you know if your mother had a will or a trust or any estate planning done while she was alive? Were you able to see those documents? Are you sure that you are a beneficiary? If your mother didn't have anything done while she was alive, and she owned real estate in her name then they will need to go through the court to get someone appointed as Personal Representative. If your mother didn't own real estate and your sister hasn't started a court proceeding, then you can file with the court to be appointed as personal representative so that you are in charge of distribution and can legally ask for all items removed from the estate to be returned or paid for. I hope this helps inform your you decision, Wes
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Wes Winsor Law PLLC | Contract and Estate Planning Attorney
640 E. 700 S. Suite 103
Saint George, UT 84770
USA
Telephone: (435) 669-9755 Ext. 6699755