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Sarah J. Larsen brings to her clients over 24 years of legal experience helping people solve financial challenges; and helping small-to-medium size companies navigate the complexities of conducting business.

Helping Individuals

People today are confronting a declining economy and some of the worst financial challenges since the Great Depression. At times, the best way for them to weather the storm and reach a brighter day is through bankruptcy.

Since 2010, Sarah has successfully helped people obtain relief from crippling debt through bankruptcy. Sarah is experienced with Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcies, and assists clients in filing the case best suited for them.

Additionally, Sarah has had extensive experience working with credit card companies, banks and mortgage companies, and credit bureaus. From this experience, Sarah is well versed in using tools besides bankruptcy to help people.

All of which enables Sarah to achieve the best resolutions possible for people who are struggling financially.

Representing Businesses

As it pertains to businesses, Sarah helps small-to-medium sized businesses with the legal aspects of formation, start-up, contracts, legal compliance, expansion, etc.

Of note, Sarah has acted as corporate counsel for businesses which have focused on:

  • Mortgages, where she has learned insights about credit reporting agencies;
  • The dot company industry, where she has learned about eCommerce;
  • Business process solutions, where she has learned to outsource to keep overhead and costs down.

Sarah’s experience in the above areas, as well as with employment law, collections law, creditor/debtor law, bankruptcy law, and business law, enables her to help companies thrive.


Sarah graduated from Lewis and Clark College’s Northwestern School of Law in Portland, Oregon, in 1998. Her legal education focused on business and tax law.

Sarah became a member of the Utah State Bar in 1998, and a member of the Oregon Bar in 2000.

Sarah served as an officer of the Corporate Counsel Section of the Utah State Bar from 2005 until 2007, and as the Chair of that section from 2007 to 2008.

She has also been involved with the Young Lawyers Section; the Solo, Small Firm and Rural Practice Section; and the Bankruptcy Section of the Utah State Bar; as well as the Utah Bankruptcy Lawyers Forum.

Sarah completed her undergraduate work at the University of Utah, where she majored in Political Science and minored in Economics. She is an avid Ute fan, having been one of the first members and officers of the Student Alumni Association, which created what is now known as the MUSS.

During COVID Sarah and her two kids started Tae Kwon Do. Through discipline and hard work, Sarah has achieved the rank of black belt, and her kids are not far behind.