Seiler, Anderson, Fife & Marshall Overview

  • Service
  • Law Firm

  • Founded
  • 2005

  • Employees
  • 16

  • Serviced Companies
  • 1

  • Serviced Deals
  • 1

Seiler, Anderson, Fife & Marshall General Information


Founded in 2005, Seiler, Anderson, Fife & Marshall is a law firm headquartered in Provo, Utah. The firm practice area includes litigation personal injury, business law, estate planning, real estate law, and family law, divorce. SAFM represents banks and credit unions, large and small businesses, school districts, national and local title insurance companies, real estate development and management companies, and contractors. The firm also represents local clients engaged in healthcare, retailing, manufacturing, distributing, farming, and so on.

Contact Information

Formerly Known As
Robinson Seller & Anderson
Year Founded
Service Provider Type
Law Firm
Primary Office
  • 2500 North University Avenue
  • Provo, UT 84604
  • United States
+1 (801) 000-0000

Seiler, Anderson, Fife & Marshall Services to Companies

Service on a Deal (1)

Company Name Service Provided Deal Date Deal Type Deal Amount
Burleys Legal Advisor Jul 2004 00000 0000000
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Seiler, Anderson, Fife & Marshall Team (4)

Name Title Deals Office Contact
Derek Marshall JD Partner Provo, UT
Jared Anderson Partner Provo, UT
Morgan Fife Partner Provo, UT
Thomas Seiler Partner Provo, UT
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