Charles B. Malolo
Charles was born and raised in Idaho Falls, Idaho. His younger years were spent running the countryside and fighting off the cold winters for a neighborhood game of football.
He had a passion for music at an early age, taught himself to play piano, and carried that passion through college at Utah State University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance, with an emphasis in Guitar in 2006.
During his undergrad, Charlie took two years away from school to serve a full-time mission for his church in the Philippines, where he learned the Tagalog language.
After college, Charlie worked professionally as a loan officer for World Savings Bank and as a Government Sales Representative for Wilson Electronics.
Charlie then moved on and set his sights on law and completed a law degree at Texas Tech University School of Law in May of 2011. There he participated in the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic which assisted clients in handling tax controversies with the IRS.
Since completing law school, Charlie has been working as an Estate Planning Attorney, working to help clients in Real Property Law, Tax Controversies, Foreclosures and many other legal situations. Charlie’s eclectic life and work experience is a constant source of both inspiration and motivation in helping clients fight for their legal rights in every aspect of their lives.