Billie Crocker

Billie Crocker

A neighborhood law office specializing in providing quality legal services.

Paris, ID

  • user-graduate Education University of Utah College of Law
  • Experience 41 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Real Estate Law
Estate Planning
Real Estate Law

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • California
    Since 1989

Spoken Languages

  • English: Spoken, Written

Professional Experience

  • Attorney
    Crocker Law Office, PC
    1997 - Current

Professional Associations

  • Utah State Bar # 00761


  • University of Utah College of Law
    J.D. | Law
Legal Answers
  • Q. I have a custody agreement based off code ann 30-3-37, we now live within 150 miles how does this affect our agreement
    A: I don't know why you think 30-3-35 was "voided" unless you entered into a completely new agreement upon relocation. Ordinarily, your decree still controls parent time but the schedule and transportation costs would revert back to the 30-3-35 if the relocation statute no longer applies. I would notify the other parent that in light of your relocation back to within 150 miles, you plan to exercise the parent time schedule identified in 30-3-35; if there is resistance, your decree may require mediation to resolve the dispute (which I recommend anyway). If this fails, you may need to file a Petition to Modify which is justified by this substantial change in circumstances.
    February 7, 2017


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