We strive to give our customers the best experience. At our office, you will be able to talk to your attorney directly without going through a secretary. We are available to answer your questions and address your concerns. See what it feels like to be your attorney’s top priority.
We believe that everyone should have an estate plan and work hard to make these documents accessible and affordable. We make the process easy as possible with an easy online intake form and by meeting you in your home, or wherever you are most comfortable.
We are committed to community service and pro bono work. All members of our firm participated in pro bono work as law students and continue that work with People’s Legal Aid. We routinely host events providing free estate plans to those in need.
MEET THE TEAM
Jeff graduated from the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law. He is passionate about helping people and claims his favorite part of law school was working with the pro bono clinics. Jeff was the student director for the Street Law Clinic, which offers free legal advice for almost every topic. Jeff was also fortunate to be the student liaison for the Wills for Heroes program. That program provides free estate planning documents for first responders and their families.
Prior to law school Jeff was on active duty in the Army, as a Military Police Officer. Jeff decided to start Daybell Law, PLLC because he has always been an entrepreneur at heart. Starting in elementary school Jeff sold frogs to classmates and worms to fishermen. Jeff is continuously seeking to improve himself as an attorney and business owner.
Jeff is married and has three children. He loves spending time with his family, working outside, and enjoying life.
Candace graduated from the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law with honors. Candace participated with the Pro Bono Initiative at the law school. She volunteered at the Street Law Clinic, Debtor's Clinic, and Veteran's Clinic. She became the student liaison for the Wills for Heroes program. That program provides free estate planning documents for emergency responders and their families. Candace found her passion for estate planning through this program. She loved meeting with families, listening to their concerns, and providing peace of mind.
Prior to law school, Candace attended Texas A&M University and earned her Bachelor's degree in English. She worked as a paralegal for four years gaining valuable experience in appeals, criminal defense, and insurance defense which helped her in law school and formed her interest in the law.
Candace is married and has one child. She loves enjoying the great outdoors of Utah.