Jeremy grew up in Southern California, about an hour North of Los Angeles and is the third of six children. As a child, Jeremy rollerskated on beach paths and surfed in the Pacific Ocean. Jeremy really enjoyed going with his Grandpa on airplane rides where they flew over Catalina Island and Disneyland. Jeremy always enjoyed reading as a child and has never stopped reading. He believes that leaders are readers and so whether its studying the latest changes in the legal field or a business...Read more
Jeremy grew up in Southern California, about an hour North of Los Angeles and is the third of six children. As a child, Jeremy rollerskated on beach paths and surfed in the Pacific Ocean. Jeremy really enjoyed going with his Grandpa on airplane rides where they flew over Catalina Island and Disneyland. Jeremy always enjoyed reading as a child and has never stopped reading. He believes that leaders are readers and so whether its studying the latest changes in the legal field or a business novel, Jeremy is usually found with a book. It's no wonder Jeremy went into the legal field. Jeremy has a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies with a minor in Latin American Studies from Brigham Young University, a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in International Business, and a Juris Doctorate degree, Cum Laude, from Gonzaga University School of Law. After law school, Jeremy was personally selected to serve as a clerk for Justice Mark W, Gibbons of the Supreme Court of Nevada and subsequently worked as an attorney for a Carson City law firm before he began his own practice. Jeremy is currently a judge and attorney focusing in the areas of business law, real estate law, estate planning, asset protection, and contracts law. He has been an attorney and consultant to business owners helping companies and individuals avoid many legal pitfalls. Jeremy enjoys helping business owners protect and preserve their personal assets from lawsuits and, at the same time, improve the owner's business operations ensuring that the business is legally compliant and that the owner's contracts and forms are adequately protecting the business owner's interests. Jeremy is an author of 3 books, has written several articles on business and legal topics, and has been quoted in the Salt Lake Tribune. Jeremy is actively licensed in Utah, Nevada, and California. He lives in Utah with his wife and two sons.
Eveland & Associates PLLC is a full service law firm that helps individuals and businesses protect their interests and their assets. Whether you are a business owner or executive, chances are you want to protect what you have. We focus on assisting you to protect your assets, ensure legal compliance, battle injustices done to you in court, shield you from lawsuits if possible, fight back when appropriate, and hold your hand as you go through legal challenges. As a full service law firm regardless of what your legal issue is, there is an attorney in our firm who handles your issue. There are 4 attorneys and 5 staff in our law firm.
As one of our clients said "I have worked with other attorneys before, and I can tell you that Jeremy really cares about his clients. He thinks in ways other attorneys don't. Jeremy gives you all the options he can think of and then helps you implement them to protect your wealth"- J. Maestas.
Areas of Practice for Businesses include: New Company Formations; LLCs, FLPs, Corporations; Nevada Entities; In-house Counsel as needed; Mergers & Acquisitions; SEC law; Private Funding; Self-Directed IRAs; Stock Options; Employee Stock Purchase Plans; Retirement Plans; Corporate Governance; Financial Restructuring; Investment Companies; Real Estate Investment Trusts; Private Equity Companies (Venture Capital); Franchises; Contracts (International & Domestic); Buy/Sell Agreements; Liquidation & Dissolution; Bankruptcy; Business Litigation and Asset Protection.Read less
Honors: cum laude
Law Review: Gonzaga International Law Review, 2001 - 2003Canyon College, Caldwell, Idaho
Major: International BusinessBrigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Major: International Law & Diplomacy
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