Robert L. Neeley

Robert L. Neeley: Attorney with Neeley & Neeley, Attorneys at Law AV stamp icon
Attorney Awards


Assistant District Attorney, 1971-1973. Assistant County Attorney, 1973-1981. City Attorney, City of Washington Terrace, 1983-1998.

Areas of Practice (19)

  • Family Law
  • Juvenile Law
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Living Trusts
  • Living Wills
  • Divorce
  • Adoption Law
  • Inheritance
  • Contested Wills
  • Estate Administration
  • Estate Litigation
  • Estate Planning
  • Estate Planning for the Elderly
  • Estate Settlements
  • Family Trusts
  • Family Wealth Transfer
  • Pet Trusts
  • Trust and Estate Collections
  • Trust Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
801-621-3646  Phone
University Attended:
University of Utah, B.S., 1966
Law School Attended:
University of Mississippi and University of Utah, J.D., 1970
Year of First Admission:
1970, Utah
Weber County and American Bar Associations; Utah State Bar (Board Member, Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board).
Birth Information:
Spring Hill, Louisiana, April 11, 1944
Payment Information:
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Accepts Visa and MasterCard
  • Fixed Hourly Rates

Peer Reviews

Ogden, Utah

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