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Adrienne N. Wiseman

Associate

Adrienne Wiseman’s practice focuses exclusively on family law matters. Adrienne represents clients in a variety of areas of family law, including premarital and postnuptial agreements, divorce, child custody and visitation, parentage and paternity, enforcement, modifications, protective orders, adoptions, and other related matters. Adrienne understands that each case is unique and she passionately advocates for her clients and their individual needs and objectives.

Prior to joining Richards Brandt Miller Nelson, Adrienne was a family law associate at Jennings & Medura. Prior to practicing family law, Adrienne clerked for the Utah Juvenile Court where she worked with over 30 juvenile court judges across the state.

EMAIL:adrienne-wiseman@rbmn.com
PHONE:801-531-2000
Adrienne N. Wiseman

Adrienne N. Wiseman

Associate

Adrienne Wiseman’s practice focuses exclusively on family law matters. Adrienne represents clients in a variety of areas of family law, including premarital and postnuptial agreements, divorce, child custody and visitation, parentage and paternity, enforcement, modifications, protective orders, adoptions, and other related matters. Adrienne understands that each case is unique and she passionately advocates for her clients and their individual needs and objectives.

Prior to joining Richards Brandt Miller Nelson, Adrienne was a family law associate at Jennings & Medura. Prior to practicing family law, Adrienne clerked for the Utah Juvenile Court where she worked with over 30 juvenile court judges across the state.

Practice Areas

Professional Affiliations

Women Lawyers of Utah, Member

Young Lawyers Division, Member

Admitted To Practice

Admitted to practice – Utah, 2016

Education

Education – University of Utah, S.J. College of Law, Juris Doctor, with Honors, 2016

University of Utah, B.S., Psychology; B.S., Speech Communication, magna cum laude, 2013

Publications

Co-Author, “Women in the Law: Refreshing out Collective Memory,” Utah Bar Journal, November/December 2017