Charles Favour Abbott

Title: Lawyer
Company: Abbott & Assoc., PC
Location: Provo, Utah, United States

Charles Favour Abbott, Lawyer at Abbott & Assoc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of law.

Born to Charles Favour Abbott Sr. and Violette Doris Abbott, Mr. Abbott greatly admired his father and aspired to practice law just as he did. Mr. Abbott attended the University of Washington in Seattle where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics in 1959 and married his wife, Oranee Harward, during his senior year. Following his graduation, Mr. Abbott received a Juris Doctor from the University of Washington and admittance to the California bar in 1962. Due to his excellence in academia, he served as a member of the board of editors for the Washington Law Review and for the State Bar Association Journal as well as a judge of the University Traffic Court. He relocated from his native state of Washington to California in 1963 and began his career as a law clerk for Judge M. Oliver Koelsch within the U.S. Court Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, a highly coveted and competitive position. Following this appointment, Mr. Abbott has held numerous roles and currently serves as the president of Charles F. Abbott PC in Provo, Utah. Furthermore, he is of counsel with both Abbott & Associate, PC, and Mueller & Abbott.

Mr. Abbott has had a vibrant career and considers a highlight to be when he was nationally recognized as an expert in creating direct marketing advertising and, consequently, became the attorney for many of the top mail-order experts and firms throughout the country. He has written books on the subject including, but not limited to, “How to Do Your Own Legal Work,” “How to Win in Small Claims Court,” and “The Millionaire Mindset.” He attributes his success to hard work and a strong desire to achieve success for his clients. Due to his excellence in the field of law, Mr. Abbott has been named among the Top 50 Filers in Fen-Phen Class Action in 2010 and earned an AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell. He is a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Utah Bar Association, the California Bar Association, and the US Supreme Court Bar Association. In addition to these pursuits, Mr. Abbott has served as a board member and a past president of the HHT Foundation, the international organization devoted to the study of an illness known as Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia. This illness took the lives of the two eldest of his six children and Mr. Abbott hopes there will one day be a cure for the illness. Now retired, Mr. Abbott spends time as an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and enjoys spending time with his wife, four children, 17 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.

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