Patricia L. LaTulippe
Co Owner of Hincks & LaTulippe, L.L.C.;
President of Divorce Education and Mediation, LC d/b/a Divorce Know How,

Patricia is an attorney with over twenty plus years of experience.  In 1990 she obtained her law degree from the J. Rueben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, Provo Utah.   In 1986, she received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. In 2012, Patricia completed further education and training in basic and divorce mediation  through Utah Dispute Resolution.

In 1989, Patricia began her law career at the law firm of Nielsen & Senior where she worked as an associate until 1994.  In 1994, Patricia left Nielsen & Senior to work at a law firm specializing in personal injury.  She decided to open her own firm, which she maintained for three years before rejoining Nielsen in 2003.  While at Nielsen & Senior. Patricia was a partner, served on the board of directors of the firm, and as the corporate secretary.  In 2010, Patricia and another law partner, Richard K. Hincks, started their own firm, Hincks & LaTulippe, LLC. In early 2009, Patricia founded the company of Divorce Education and Mediation (Divorce Know How).

Patricia continues to maintain a law practice in family law, personal injury and litigation. Patricia now focuses her family law practice on educating and helping those facing divorce to find the resources they need. Patricia is presently a member of the Utah Bar Association, Utah Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.  She is also a member of the National Association for Professional Women.

Patricia grew up in Ogden, Utah.  She moved to Salt Lake City, Utah in the mid- seventies.  She lived in Belgium for a year before returning to Salt Lake City.  Patricia has three adult children, five grandchildren and a Labrador retriever.  Prior to practicing law, Patricia taught elementary school in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Information is power.  Not power to destroy or hurt; but power to make the best of a difficult situation.  Divorces vary in the degree of conflict experienced by the divorcing spouses.  This website is designed to help you make informed decisions during the divorce process while helping you get through it all as quickly as possible, for as little expense as possible, with a minimal amount of emotional strife.