Bar Admissions: Utah State Bar, Nevada State Bar, California State Bar (inactive)
Education: JD: Santa Clara University School of Law Bachelor of Arts: Brigham Young University International Relations Bachelor of Arts: Brigham Young University
Aaron was born in Minnesota and raised in West Bend, Wisconsin. He attended Brigham Young University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts in International Relations and Korean. Aaron then attended law school at Santa Clara University School of Law in Santa Clara, California. As a law student, Aaron participated in the Jessop International Moot Court Competition during his second year of law school. Following graduation, Aaron worked as an attorney for one of the largest family law offices in the Bay area, Hoover and Bechtal. Aaron moved with his family to St. George, Utah and joined the firm of Hughes and Bursell in June 2002. In November 2005, the firm changed its name to Hughes and Randall at which time Aaron became the managing partner. The firm subsequently changed its name to Hughes, Thompson, Randall & Mellen in February 2007; since 2016, the current name is Thompson, Randall & Mellen. Aaron practices several areas of the law, including all aspects of estate planning and probate, business formation, real estate litigation and transactions, collections and foreclosures, general civil litigation, and domestic practice, including divorces, prenuptial agreements, child custody and support and other domestic issues. From 2006 through 2008, Aaron served as a board member of the Southern Utah Bar Association and during 2008 served as the president of the Southern Utah Bar Association. Aaron currently serves on the board of directors for the learning Center for Families, a local non-profit serving the needs of at risk children between the ages of 0 and 3. Personal: Aaron and his wife, Amy have been married for over twenty seven years and have one son and four daughters. Aaron enjoys coaching his children in their various sporting activities. He enjoys playing golf, camping, and outdoor recreation with his family and spends way too much time reading about and watching BYU sports.