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Jason H. Fuller

Attorney Jason Fuller grew up in Michigan and South Carolina. He completed his undergraduate studies with a Degree in English. His love for writing drove him to the University of South Carolina School of Law. Even before he graduated, he had developed a passion for helping families in crisis and knew that he was meant to be a family law attorney. After he graduated, he moved his family to Utah and, in 2006, started working for Utah Legal Services, representing victims of domestic violence. He has handled protective orders in nearly every county in the State. Hoping to expand his legal background, he left Utah Legal Services and began handling all aspects of divorce and custody matters.


Mr. Fuller has been practicing family law since 2006. He has handled thousands of hearings. He routinely appears in both District and Juvenile Court on behalf of his clients on all types of family law matters, including adoptions, divorce, custody, protective orders and legal separation cases. Mr. Fuller enjoys the thrill of court and recognizes that these issues are supremely important and personal to his clients. He will advocate for your case in the most effective way possible. Mr. Fuller views his clients as a partner in their legal proceeding and focuses his efforts on obtaining the goals that are most important to his clients.

Mr. Fuller has been an effective advocate for his clients helping them navigate the difficult family law issues they face.

Family and Personal Life

Mr. Fuller is married with four children. He is a huge fan of the Utah Jazz (but admittedly finds himself conflicted on who to cheer for when they play the Pistons). He has passed his love of sports to all four of his children, all of whom are heavily involved in competitive sports. Mr. Fuller coaches youth basketball for his children. Mr. Fuller understands the importance of family and will assist you in preserving your rights. His competitive but professional nature extends from the basketball court to the family court.