Zacchary L. Sayer
Zacchary helps English and Spanish speaking clients navigate divorce and other domestic matters, including disputes about custody and support, protective orders, funerals and the right of disposition. As a legal counselor and advocate, Zacchary’s approach is client-centered—educating, supporting, and protecting clients in crisis.
Before attending college, Zacchary mentored foster children and worked with marginalized populations in south San Diego County and Imperial County, California. During college he continued to mentor teenagers in foster care, several of whom were his foster brothers.
While attending the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, Zacchary gained legal experience at Utah Legal Services, the Utah Supreme Court, and the Federal Immigration Court. In addition, he competed in local and national moot court competitions, winning Best Brief at the 2015 WVU National Energy and Sustainability Moot Court Competition with his teammate. During and after law school Zacchary worked for the Public Lands Coordinating Office (PLPCO) in the Utah State Governor’s Office.
Zacchary left PLPCO in early 2016 to focus his practice on family law and the issues about which he is most passionate. Outside of the office, Zacchary enjoys taking surf trips to Mexico, playing soccer, reading, making salsa, exploring food, design, and music, and spending time with family and friends.
Utah State Bar Association
Central Utah Bar Association
Salt Lake County Bar Association
Admitted To Practice
State of Utah 2015
U.S. District Court District of Utah 2015
Brigham Young University; B.A. English, minor Business Management 2011
University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law; J.D. 2015