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McKay, Burton & Thurman, P.C. - Salt Lake City, UT

15 West South TempleSuite 1000Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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Updated: 07/01/2019

Salt Lake City Bankruptcy Law Firm

Overview

The roots of McKay, Burton & Thurman reach back to 1935 when three well-known Utah lawyers, Henry D. Moyle, David Lawrence McKay and Lynn S. Richards, formed a partnership. Over time the firm added attorneys and it developed into a general practice, full-service law office.

In 1945, Lynn Richards left the firm and was replaced by Wilford M. Burton, who had just completed a successful term as a Salt Lake City Judge. At that time, the firm became known as Moyle, McKay & Burton...

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