Zealous advocacy for criminal defense, civil rights, and a fair price for uncontested divorces.
Stewart Gollan specializes in civil rights and works hard to protect those who exercise their right to speak freely, gather in peaceful protest, worship as they choose and to keep religion separate from governance. He represents the little guy, whether they've been charged with a criminal offense, suffered from abuse at the hands of the police, or endured a malicious prosecution. Stewart Gollan works to ensure that prisoners and inmates receive adequate medical care and safe conditions of confinement. His practice is dedicated to ensuring that all people - regardless of race, national origin, gender, disability, or sexual orientation - are treated fairly.
Gollan Law demands that the government be open, and represent individuals seeking to ensure open meeting and access to government records, through FOIA and GRAMA requests.
Stewart also believes that it has become unreasonably expensive to obtain a simple, uncontested divorce. If you and your partner agree on the terms of your divorce, their is no reason that you should spend thousands on attorneys when you have already done all the hard work.For that reason, we will prepare, file, and finalize your uncontested divorce for a fee of $600 plus a $318 filing fee.
Stewart Gollan offers free consultations in criminal and civil rights matters, and will zealously work to protect you from government overreach. Get in touch to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to enquire whether our services are right for you.
75 East 400 South, #300
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
(801) 215-9301 (office)
(801) 413-3406 (mobile)
Areas of Practice
First Amendment + Free Speech + Right to Protest
The First Amendment protects you against government restriction of speech and expression. Stewart Gollan can guide you through your right to protest, the permitting process, and other issues pertaining to your right to speak and protest. He also provides libel, slander, and SLAAP suit defense.
Getting divorced stinks. We get it. But if you and your soon-to-be-ex can agree and you're both ready to move on with your lives, there's no reason that it should cost you thousands of dollars. Gollan Law offers a simple, uncontested divorce for a flat rate of $600 plus the $318 filing fee.
Illegally stopped and detained by the police? Concerned that a search of your person, vehicle or home violated the Fourth Amendment? Do you believe that the police used excessive force against you? Did the police improperly confiscate your property? Our attorneys know the ins and outs of the complicated law on the Fourth Amendment and will work hard to ensure any violations of your rights are remedied.
Accused of a crime? Stewart Gollan can explains your rights, analyze the risks and strengths of your case, and provide you with a realistic assessment of your case. He can help you obtain a favorable plea bargain or take it all the way to trial.
Prison + Jail Conditions + RLUIPA
You don't lose all of your rights just because you are incarcerated. Contact Stewart Gollan if you are experiencing inadequate medical care, a lack of protection, or religious discrimination. Gollan Law cannot accept collect calls but encourage inmates to write us with their concerns.
Complex civil litigation
Contract disputes, wrongful termination, and other complicated civil litigation. Please contact us to see if Gollan Law can be of assistance.
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT + GRAMA + Open meetings
Government should be open and accountable. Call if you encounter difficulties attending meetings or obtaining records that you believe should be open to the public.
Freedom of + From Religion
You have a right to exercise your religion as you see fit and a right to be free from government imposing religion. Stewart Gollan helps protect both.
If you've been discriminated against by a governmental entity based on race, national origin, gender, disability, or sexual orientation, contact Gollan Law, PLLC.
I’m here to help.
Use the form below to contact me regarding your legal enquiry. Please be as detailed as possible. To help me best service your enquiry, I recommend that you first describe the issue you’re having before telling me what you want to achieve. You may also email or call us to make an appointment.