Regardless of the complexities of your legal challenges, Keele Law will work to resolve the issues through experience, knowledge of the law, and personal attention to your distinct circumstances and individual goals. With national training and experience, Kamron A. Keele’s areas of expertise include all tax matters (and tax controversy in particular, from representation before the IRS during audit and appeals through Tax Court and collections); civil, commercial and probate litigation; labor and employment law and litigation; estate, charitable and business planning; corporate law; real estate; divorce litigation and mediation. Keele Law offers small firm affordability with results you would expect from a large national law firm.
With a discerning, common-sense approach and years of practice in multiple legal and business settings, Mr. Keele will help you not only understand the legal processes involved in your particular matter or dispute, but he will also apply his wide-ranging practical approaches to solve your problem in the most cost-effective way with the best results possible. In short, Mr. Keele takes the time to find out what you want and need, and he thoroughly explains how it may be achieved under the law. Unlike other attorneys, Mr. Keele is available to assist you not at his convenience, but at yours. Talk to Kamron—he can get results.
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About Kamron Keele ESQ.
Kamron A. Keele represents clients in a wide variety of services, including tax, corporate, real estate, labor and employment, estate planning, elder, and family law matters. In his career he has worked with clients in all types of legal scenarios, from defending employers in corporate litigations to representing clients during divorces. He is currently a member of the New York, Illinois, and Utah State Bars. Mr. Keele has been published numerous times in national publications, such as The Tax Lawyer, and has been nominated as one of the Utah Legal Elite™ in Utah Business Magazine. He has also been named a Rising Star in the Mountain States Super Lawyers Magazine.