Stokes Law PLLC | Protecting What You Value Most

Ted Stokes


Ted focuses his practice on bankruptcy, personal injury, family law, wills and estate planning, business organization, and general civil litigation.  Ted began his career in Phoenix, Arizona where he was an associate attorney for one of the highest volume bankruptcy and personal injury firms in Arizona, the Law Offices of J.D. Denny.  There, Ted focused primarily on consumer bankruptcy, personal injury, and civil litigation.  Ted successfully helped hundreds of clients maneuver the intricacies of bankruptcy and settle personal injury claims.

Thereafter, Ted was an associate attorney at the prominent creditor rights and banking firm, Goodman Law PLLC.  Ted’s main focus at Goodman Law was twofold: 1) banking regulation; and 2) special assets enforcement/protection inside and outside of bankruptcy.  Thanks to Ted’s early career experience in Arizona, he has a rich knowledge of both the debtor/defendant and creditor/plaintiff arenas.

Once established enough to form his own firm, Ted founded Stokes Law PLLC setting up offices in Arizona and Utah. Ted finds great satisfaction in assisting his neighbors and fellow Utahans and Arizonans to reach legal results that further both their personal and professional goals.

Whitli Godderidge


Whitli graduated with honors from Utah State University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and Multimedia.  At Utah State, Whitli also focused on the study of First Amendment and Media Law.

Whitli perfected her skills in client satisfaction while working for the Utah Jazz as a marketing relations agent.  While at the Utah Jazz, Whitli organized player/fan contact, charity events, and season ticket holder benefit events.  Whitli prides herself in keeping clients in the loop, and taking a very detailed approach to her role at Stokes Law.  However, you may find Whitli’s chair empty on Jazz game nights a little before close of business day.  She loves the Jazz and they still love her, as she never seems to pay for a ticket.