B.A. Communications, Brigham Young University, 2004
J.D., Sturm College of Law, University of Denver, 2008
For nearly a decade, Jarom has focused his practice on helping clients save on taxes, protect their hard-earned assets, raise business capital, navigate the complexities of self-directing their retirement accounts, and ensure their loved ones are taken care of after they pass away. Jarom’s clients are entrepreneurs, small business owners, start-ups, and real estate investors from all across the country and all walks of life.
Jarom has helped hundreds of clients form business entity and other structures (including LLCs, corporations and asset protection trusts) that protect their assets and save on taxes. As a tax attorney, Jarom knows the tips and tricks to make sure his clients aren’t handing over more to Uncle Sam than is absolutely necessary.
For most entrepreneurs, raising capital to start or expand a business is often of the utmost importance. Jarom has assisted dozens of clients to negotiate the maze of legally raising capital through private placement offerings under Regulation D and other rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and various states.
Jarom also helps clients take charge of their retirement investments by advising them on tax and legal issues related to the use of Self-Directed IRA’s and Solo 401k’s, as well as the proper use of LLC’s owned by those retirement accounts.
No one likes to do it, but planning for what will happen when you’re gone can save your family thousands in legal fees, months of waiting in limbo, and countless headaches when that time comes. Jarom has led hundreds of clients through the process of drafting wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents to facilitate order and certainty in what can be difficult end-of-life medical and financial decisions, as well as a smooth transfer of assets to chosen heirs upon death.
Jarom is a sought-after speaker on these subjects and is a licensed Continuing Education Instructor for Realtors in the State of Utah. He has presented to Realtor groups, real estate investors, and farmers and ranchers throughout Utah and beyond.
Jarom graduated from law school at the University of Denver in 2008 and is a licensed attorney in Utah, Colorado, and Nevada (inactive).
Away from the practice of law, Jarom enjoys playing golf, supporting BYU sports and the Denver Broncos, playing fantasy football, taking in the natural beauty of Southern Utah, and spending time with his wonderful wife and three young children.