Steven M. Kaufman founded the firm Farr Kaufman in 1979 with his partner and good friend Stephen Farr. After decades of successful legal practice, the two respectfully parted ways and the firm of Mr. Kaufman and his partners is now known as Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman. From the beginning, Mr. Kaufman and his partners have been known in Ogden and throughout Northern Utah for the quality of their work and the results they achieved for clients both in and out of court.
Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman’s attorneys represent individuals and businesses involved in a wide range of legal issues, including Personal Injury and Accidents, Family & Domestic Law, Business Law & Commercial Litigation, Estate Planning, Real Estate Law, and Criminal Law.
With decades of combined legal experience to draw upon, Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman’s attorneys know how to analyze each client’s situation and develop effective legal strategies to meet their immediate and long-term goals. The firm’s attorneys provide clients with exceptional legal advice and strong legal advocacy because they recognize that a client’s business or livelihood may hinge on a positive resolution to their legal issues. The firm’s attorneys give personal attention to each client’s particular circumstances and objectives, enabling the attorneys to give specifically tailored legal advice and representation.
The legal team at Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman take a personal interest in each client’s situation, getting to know the client and the issues involved. After thoroughly examining the facts, the attorneys take the time necessary to explain the various options available and the corresponding advantages and potential risks.
The firm’s attorneys are driven and passionate in their desire to win in court and are proud of their record of success. But litigating a dispute is not always the most cost-effective option. The firm’s attorneys perform an ongoing cost-benefit analysis and make certain that clients understand when it is in their best interest to settle a dispute outside of court.