Attorney at Law
Raised in Hurricane, Utah, the son of Wes and Kathy Christiansen. His roots in Southern Utah go back to the original Pioneers of St. George, Parowan, Cedar City, and other early settlements.
He graduated as the 1990 valedictorian of Hurricane High School and served a mission for the LDS church in New Jersey.
He attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky receiving a Bachelor Degree in Economics. He lettered each of four years in Football and Track. His college football team won the conference championship his senior year, where he received all-conference honors as an offensive lineman. Travis received his law degree from the J. Ruben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 1999. He was admitted to the Utah Bar in both the Federal and State Courts that same year. Following a short term at another local law firm, he started his own firm in May of 2000.
Travis Christiansen’s areas of emphasis are estate and legacy planning, Small Business start-up, formation and assistance, family law, and criminal defense. He maintains affiliate relationships with law firms in Las Vegas and the Wasatch Front to assist local clients with their legal matters in those areas. He is the author of a book on estate planning titled “Legacy Planning”
Travis is also active in the community having served on the Washington County School Board, as well as being the 2010 President of the Southern Utah Bar Association. He is a recipient of the Utah Bar Distinguished Service award as well as numerous other professional recognitions.