Meet Attorney Zane S. Froerer
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Mr. Froerer graduated with a B.A. from Weber State University here in Ogden, UT, in 2001.
After undergrad, Mr. Froerer attended law school at Gonzaga University, graduating in 2005.
Hear From Attorney Froerer Himself
"Zane was always quick to respond, and handled everything with efficiency" 5-Star Reviews From Ogden, UT, Clients
I've worked with this Law Firm and Zane Froerer for several years. One of the best attributes that they have is they are big enough to handle most legal matters but small enough to still give the appropriate attention to their Clients.View on Google
I came to Zane Froerer with an easement dispute - with some really difficult plaintiffs on the other side. Zane was always quick to respond, and handled everything with efficiency.View on Google
Family and Personal Life
Mr. Froerer's free time is spent with his family, who frequently participate in sporting activities and tournaments. He also volunteers as a youth soccer coach. His wife is a full-time junior high school teacher, so being committed to participating in his kid’s activities is a priority for him.
Areas of Law Attorney Zane S. Froerer Specializes In
Zane S. Froerer is the go-to attorney for all civil or business litigation matters. Mr. Froerer can defend you against many lawsuits, including contract disputes, allegations of fraud, partnership agreements, intellectual property, and unfair competition.
Mr. Froerer is prepared to help clients with real estate matters, including boundary and easement issues, contracts and leases, title review and clearance, land use and zoning regulations, condominium and homeowner’s association issues, and real estate litigation.
Zane S. Froerer has helped clients with various probate law matters, such as small estate affidavits, probate applications and petitions, waivers of notice, renunciation statements, untitled property, letters testamentary, creditors’ notices, court orders and statements, estate administration, heirship determination, contested will litigation, and trust litigation.