Park City Utah

Jarom Bangerter serves people across the Wasatch Mountain range, including residents of Park City Utah. A small city located in Summit County, Park City is a favorite tourist destination; even Utah residents love to go there for a mini-vacation. 

Things that make Park City Utah unique

Park City Utah is well known among many for its various tourist attractions. It draws people from all over the world every January to attend the Sundance Film Festival, the world’s largest independent film festival.

It is also the home of the Utah Olympic Park with amenities like the 2002 winter Olympics bobsled ride, ziplining, an alpine slide, and other Olympic training activities.

There are also two main resorts, the Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort, both of which are world-class skiing locations. People can hit the slopes and enjoy the “greatest snow on earth,” whether they’re a skier or a snowboarder.

Historic Main Street features many restaurants, outlet shopping, and art galleries. When ski season is out of session, you can still enjoy outdoor recreation activities like hitting the mountain biking trails or going horseback riding. 

Contact Bangerter Law Firm in Park City

Located less than 35 miles from Salt Lake City and part of the Third Judicial District, Jarom can easily represent a Park City resident. He is familiar with the Summit County District Court, which contains the Silver Summit District Courthouse, the Summit County Justice Court,  and the Third District Juvenile Court at 6300 Justice Center Road. You can also call the courthouse at (435) 615-4300 prior to going to see if you can resolve any issues over the phone or online. 

Court Judges

The District’s Court Executive is Payton Smith, and the Clerk of Court is Tracy J. Walker. James Bauer is the Court Executive, and Melissa Kenedy is the Clerk of Court for the Juvenile Court. Judges serving Summit County are:

Judge Richard E. Mrazik: 

Judge Mrazik received a Bachelor’s Degree in sociology and biology from Bowdoin College in 1999. After serving as an Americorps member at the Fourth Street Clinic in Salt Lake City, Utah, he received his law degree from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah in 2005. Judge Mrazik currently serves on the Utah Judicial Council’s Standing Committee on Resources for Self-Represented Parties and on the board of directors of the Utah Avalanche Center.

Judge Elizabeth Knight: 

Judge Knight graduated in 1989 from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, and taught first grade in Compton California for one year. Judge Knight then received a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Utah College of Law in 1993. Judge Knight then returned to the University of Utah where she graduated with a Master’s degree in Leadership and Policy in 2003. Following a brief stint teaching sixth grade, Judge Knight was employed by the Department of Human Services as an Administrative Law Judge from 2003 until 2013, and then as the Director of the Office of Guardian ad Litem from 2013 until her appointment to the bench. Judge Knight currently serves on the State Children’s Justice Center Board and the Language Access Committee.

Judge Shauna L. Kerr: 

She received her Juris Doctorate degree from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1980, is a current member of the Utah State Bar, and previously admitted to the California State Bar. Judge Kerr received her undergraduate degree from Utah State University in 1977 in Political Science. Prior to taking the bench, Judge Kerr worked as the Tooele City Attorney and as Assistant Park City Attorney. Judge Kerr has also served as an elected local government at both the city and county level as a member of the Park City Council and the Summit County Commission.