Michael Avenatti Net Worth 2020 Career and FamilyImo Nyong 3 October 2020 Profile Michael is believed to be sitting on a huge pile of cash and considering his work and reputation to always go for the biggest of cases it’s not all that shocking. The lawyer has won over $1 trillion in awards for his clients throughout his legal career. Some reports added $20 million to his net worth. Since contingency payments from any decision are typically one-third of the settlement cost, it’s little wonder that people think the lawyer is worth more.

of Michael Avenatti The attorney was born on 16 February 1971 in Sacramento, California. His early life story had documented stopovers in Colorado and Utah before Michael John Avenatti’s high school education. Eventually young Michael and his family moved to St. Louis in the early 80s where he attended Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield Missouri. Subsequently, the young lad bagged a political science degree from Pennsylvania University after which he went to the George Washington Law School. He graduated top of his class with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) in 2000. The university created the Michael J. Avenatti Award for Excellence in Pre-Trial and Court Advocacy in 2003 for his outstanding efforts while at George Washington. The lawyer will receive an Alumni Recognition Award from the school ten years after graduation.

Michael Avenatti had a long career as a lawyer and as a businessman. While he worked under Rahm Emanuel at the University of Pennsylvania and George Washington at a company devoted to studying political opposition. By the time he was done with law school the young attorney had put his expertise to use across party and state lines on hundreds of political campaigns. He moved to Los Angeles after graduation where he worked at O’Melveny Myers promoting the likes ofChristina Aguileraas as well as Frey and Henley of The Eagles. When working for a boutique law firm at Green Broillet Wheeler, he managed cases involving celebrities such as Paris Hilton Donald Trump and the KPMG professional services company.


Avenatti family thrives on uncertainty and risk. That tendency can be traced back to his early childhood when he was taken to race tracks by his aunt. The pace the fear crashes and the ever-present danger of the whole thing appealed to young Michael and formed the basis for his life-long drive. His family moved around a lot as a child because of his father’s job at Anheuser-Busch as an executive. His father was laid off a few years after settling at Chesterfield for good.



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