Draper is not only one of the world’s best hang-gliding locations, but it also home to many great paths and trails for running, hiking, and mountain biking. Some other local Draper favorites are shopping at the unique specialty stores and visiting Boondocks Family Fun Center.
Draper is also a good place to find a lawyer. Draper Lawyers take cases in criminal law, employment law, immigration, real estate and bankruptcy just to name a few. Draper lawyers are familiar with the Draper court systems and can consult you on any legal issue that you may face.
Recently, Draper resident Emmanuel Kepas filed a lawsuit against his former employer, eBay, for sexual and age discrimination. The Salt Lake County District Court judge granted arbitration in the case. Kepas and eBay will have their case heard by a neutral third party and the conclusion that they come to will be legally binding.
If you are thinking about arbitration or filing a lawsuit in Draper, you will probably be visiting the Salt Lake County District Court in Draper. The district court is your place to go if you have family matters, criminal charges pending against you, or real property issues. If you are appealing your case from a juvenile or small justice court, you will also probably end up at the district court. If you have a small claims case you can either file with the Draper City Justice Court or the district court because they both handle small claims up to $7,500. If you have a traffic ticket or ordinance violation, you’ll also be at the justice court.
Regardless of which court you file with, LegalMatch is the best way to get a highly regarded Draper lawyer that will successfully navigate you through the daunting legal process. LegalMatch’s LegalCenter also has great reference materials if you want to learn more about your particular legal issue.
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