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Todd Weiler
257 East 200 South, Suite 1100
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Todd is a business attorney with litigation and transactional experience since 1996.

Todd's practice focuses on business law, domestic and family law, and general litigation. Prior to joining Christensen & Jensen, Todd was Senior V.P. & General Counsel of an international consulting company. He previously practiced law in Salt Lake City with Dorsey & Whitney, Parry Anderson & Gardiner and Scalley & Reading. He is an adjunct professor J. Reuben Clark Law School. He has presented numerous CLE seminars and conferences.  

Todd has served in the Utah Senate since 2012, and previously served on the Woods Cross City Council. He has been recognized numerous times by Utah Business Magazine as one of the state's "Legal Elite". In 2016, Governor Gary Herbert appointed Todd to the Utah Indigent Defense Commission. He has served on numerous other boards and commissions including the Davis Chamber of Commerce (Chair), Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum, Lakeview Hospital, Open Doors/Family Connection Center, United Way of Salt Lake, and the Utah Republican Party (Vice Chair). Todd is frequently invited to speak on a variety of issues.  

Areas of Practice

Business Law: Transactional and Litigation 

  • Regardless of the legal issue facing your business, Christensen & Jensen's business litigation attorneys can assist you.  Our attorneys' efficiency, creativity, and sound judgment allow them to place their clients in advantageous positions regarding business disputes.  And because one of our main focuses at the firm is commercial business litigation, compliance, and trials, our business law attorneys are especially adept at handling all kinds of business disputes from beginning to end.‚Äč

Family Law: Divorce and Adoptions:

  • Family law at its most fundamental level involves the creation and termination of domestic relationships.  Among these relationships are issues involving marriage, separation, divorce, division of assets, child custody, and child support.  However, family law involves other important relationships and/or domestic issues, including, parental rights, adoption, guardianship, and even juvenile law.  Because these issues involve family members, spouses, domestic partners, and/or children, they are often highly charged, both legally and emotionally, and the resolutions produced by these cases can have a lasting impact on the lives of those involved.  As a result, it is critically important to have an attorney that can help guide you through this complex and emotional process, regardless of what side of the issue you are on.

Probate and Trust:

  • Todd has helped clients establish trusts as part of their estate plans to help avoid estate taxes and to accommodate complex family issues arising from second marriages. Special Needs Trusts are also ideal to protect disabled children or other family members who currently, or may eventually, rely on governmental assistance. In some situations, litigation may become necessary to resolve familial disputes. Todd is experienced in this type of litigation. 

Land Use and Property:


    • Standing Committee on Children and Family Law
    • Working Interdisciplinary of Gaurdianship Stakeholders
  • Utah Senate (2012 - present)
  • Davis County Bar Association
  • Utah State Bar
  • Utah Indigent Defense Commission (2016 - present)


  • Utah State Courts
  • United States District Court, District of Utah
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit


  • J.D., J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University (cum laude)
  • B.S., Business Management, Marriot School of Management, Brigham Young University
  • BYU Law Review