We will be starting the Q&A session at 7:30 pm, for those interested in participating in check-ins please join us at 6:30 pm.
Gone are the days when families split up moms would take the children and fathers would be forced to see their children every other weekend and alternating holidays. Jill Coil and associates will be joining us for a Q&A session to provide us insights into the latest on family law. We will be talking about what are the rights and responsibilities of each parent when it comes to divorce and parenting.
Even though this is geared towards men who have families/kids, I believe it is important for single men as well who are looking to get into long-term commitments. Or you might have a friend who may reach out for advice. So join us for a great conversation with Jill and her team.
I have included short bios of Jill Coil and her team below.
Jill Coil was born and raised in Utah. Jill graduated honors at Brigham Young University with a Bachelors of Art in Political Science. Jill received her Juris Doctorate in Houston Texas at Texas Southern University. Jill is dually licensed in both Texas and Utah where she has focused her practice on Family and Criminal Law. Jill is active in her community and is an active participant of the Family Bar Section in Utah and Texas. Jill is married and a mother of three.
Luke Shaw was born and raised in a military family but primarily grew-up in Spokane, WA. Luke served an LDS mission in upstate New York. He graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management. He then graduated cum laude with a Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law. Luke is dually licensed in Utah and Arizona. He is an active participant of the Family Bar Section in Utah. Luke currently resides in Springville, UT, with his beautiful wife and two dogs.
Stephen J. Oliphant recently joined Coil Law, LLC after managing his own criminal defense practice in Salt Lake City. Stephen has broad experience working with clients on criminal, family, and domestic issues and consistently gets favorable results in court. A native of North Carolina, Stephen came to Utah for his education (and the outdoors). Before law school, Stephen had a knack for politics—working in Congress, managing a Senate race in Utah, and lobbying for small businesses. During law school, Stephen pursued many experiences, resulting in a wide-range of legal ability. He clerked for Utah Legal Services addressing consumer issues in Utah, contributed to many family law pro bono services in Salt Lake City, volunteered to help displaced refugees through the citizenship process, conducted weekly high school classes about current constitutional issues, participated in Moot Court in which he was awarded Best Brief, and interned for the Honorable Judge Judith Atherton in Utah’s Third District Court.