Attorney Joshua Eldredge took a circuitous route in becoming a lawyer, let alone a family law and estate planning attorney. After returning from an LDS mission, he started a marketing company that eventually employed more than 50 employees at any one time. After that, he decided to go back to school and further his education. He had aspirations of becoming a pilot for a major airline like his father. When the recession hit in 2008, and being a father of three girls himself at the time, it was no longer feasible to pursue civil aviation because of the economy.
With much struggle, he reluctantly began the arduous journey of becoming an attorney.
“That journey began when I changed from a Professional Pilot bachelor’s degree to a Business Management degree,” explains attorney Joshua Eldredge. “Then came the long hours of studying for the LSAT and doing endless paperwork during the law school application process.”
Because he was an entrepreneur at heart, he knew that it would be beneficial for him to choose a practice area early on in his …