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A. Jase Allen

A. Jase Allen

Estate Planning and Injury Attorney at ALLEN LAW OFFICE
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Jase Allen wants to meet with you and discuss wills and trusts. He loves taking you through his Estate Planning 101 during the initial consultation. He likes his clients to better understand what estate planning is all about. Because he has focused exclusively on Estate Planning, he is prepared to draft a plan that meets your needs. Jase grew up in Logan and went to Utah State University. After majoring in Finance and Economics he went to law school at the University of Nebraska School of Law. He is constantly attending and presenting at seminars regarding wills, trusts, and estate planning. Give his office a call at 435-227-5468. New clients can obtain an estate planning questionnaire at

Utah State University
B.S. | Economics & Finance
Honors: Cum Laude
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University of Nebraska - Lincoln
J.D. (2012)
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Founding Attorney
Allen Law Office PLLC
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Founding attorney of Allen Law Office, voted best of Northern Utah for Estate Planning. Cache Valley's dedicated law office for wills and trusts. Call 435-227-5468.
Brayton Purcell
Hillyard Anderson & Olsen
Articles & Publications
After the Funeral, A Legal Guide
Speaking Engagements
Top 10 Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid
Estate Planning 101
Member of Estate Planning Section
Utah State Bar
Gold Award for Estate Law
Best of Northern Utah
Estate Planning is important, everybody knows they need to do it but it is easy to put off. Allen Law Office makes it easy for Cache Valley residents to get their affairs in order with our five star estate planning process. We get to know you and your situation and then put a comprehensive plan together that is easy to update as your life changes. Most folks say, "That was easier than I thought, I should have planned sooner!" Northern Utah voted and Allen Law Office was at the top.
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Practice Areas
Estate Planning
Guardianship & Conservatorship Estate Administration, Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
Personal Injury
Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
Asbestos & Mesothelioma
Probate Administration, Probate Litigation, Will Contests
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Legal Answers
Q. By law is the estate of my deceased father split 50/50 if sold or the wife can buy me out
A: I am not an attorney in GA but more info is needed to answer this question. State law governs the estate of a deceased person. The type of information needed to answer this question would be, was there a will/trust left behind, what does the will/trust say, and who are all the heirs and interested persons in the situation. The statute would then govern who has rights to your fathers property.
Q. My husband has a life estate in the house we are living in. We recently married. If he dies what rights do I have?
A: A life estate means he has rights during his lifetime. If he were to pass away, you don't have a life estate too. You may want to get a written agreement with the home owner, like an option to enter into a lease agreement if your husband dies.
Q. can a credit card company put a lien on my house?
A: Generally a lien may be placed on property when there has been a judgement, it is allowed by statute, or as allowed by a contract your signed.
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44 E. Center St.
Suite 100
Logan, UT 84321
Telephone: (435) 227-5468
Fax: (435) 755-0979