I limit my practice to representation of clients who need to file for protection under federal bankruptcy code provisions. If I determine that any of my clients need help selling property before, during or after their bankruptcy case is filed, I want them to work with Darrell. I have worked with many well-meaning realtors, but Darrell's skills and knowledge of state property law regarding priority or validity of liens is so far advanced that there is no comparison to any other realtor I've worked with professionally. I can communicate with Darrell like I am talking to another attorney: Darrell understands, actually really understands, real estate law. But the value he adds to my practice and the extra service he provides to my clients results from the effort he has taken to educate himself about the inter-play between property transfers under Utah state law and federal bankruptcy law. I met with a potential client on a fixed income who's only recourse appeared to be bankrutpcy filing due to a series of complicated judgment liens placed on her property by creditors of her ex-husband. I strongly urged her to get Darrell's opinion about the status of those liens and her interest in the property as a joint tenant and happily, after hiring Darrell, she never had to hire me, and that's always a better outcome than bankruptcy. I recommend his services without reservation.