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About

Kristine M. Rogers, mediator/attorney, is known for her ability to bring calm, reason and creative resolution to family conflict that may be: divorcing, considering divorce, or seeking skills to resolve conflict with one another or their children.

Kristine graduated from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney School of Law in 1994. Prior to attending Law School, Ms. Rogers served as the Grand County (Moab) Justice Court Judge from 1986-1991. While in law school, Kristine served as an intern in the U.S. Attorney’s office under Assistant U.S. Attorney, David Jordan. Kristine then served as an intern at Legal Aide Society under Russell Minas. When Kristine was admitted to practice law in the State of Utah, she worked for Salt Lake Legal Defender Association as a trial attorney until 1999 when she opened the Law Office of Kristine M. Rogers.

Throughout her legal career, Kristine litigated over 1500 cases to successful conclusion including a multi-million dollar personal injury claim, real property disputes, civil rights cases, criminal matters, serious youth offender matters, custody, divorce and other family law matters.

Kristine knows that litigation is expensive and emotionally draining. It further devastates families who are already in crisis. It is not uncommon in family law cases for litigation to deplete families’ economic resources and further deteriorate family relationships.

Since 2013, Kristine has devoted herself to developing mediation skills to help families to either stay as one unit or if divorce is unavoidable to help families preserve their assets and their emotional health; protect their relationships with their children and their children’s emotional well-being.

Kristine M. Rogers, mediator/attorney, is known for her ability to bring calm, reason and creative resolution to family conflict that may be: divorcing, considering divorce, or seeking skills to resolve conflict with one another or their children.

Kristine graduated from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney School of Law in 1994. Prior to attending Law School, Ms. Rogers served as the Grand County (Moab) Justice Court Judge from 1986-1991. While in law school, Kristine served as an intern in the U.S. Attorney’s office under Assistant U.S. Attorney, David Jordan. Kristine then served as an intern at Legal Aide Society under Russell Minas. When Kristine was admitted to practice law in the State of Utah, she worked for Salt Lake Legal Defender Association as a trial attorney until 1999 when she opened the Law Office of Kristine M. Rogers.

Throughout her legal career, Kristine litigated over 1500 cases to successful conclusion including a multi-million dollar personal injury claim, real property disputes, civil rights cases, criminal matters, serious youth offender matters, custody, divorce and other family law matters.

Kristine knows that litigation is expensive and emotionally draining. It further devastates families who are already in crisis. It is not uncommon in family law cases for litigation to deplete families’ economic resources and further deteriorate family relationships.

Since 2013, Kristine has devoted herself to developing mediation skills to help families to either stay as one unit or if divorce is unavoidable to help families preserve their assets and their emotional health; protect their relationships with their children and their children’s emotional well-being.