Prior to joining the firm, Ken worked as an associate in a small law firm specializing in estate planning and asset protection. Ken's legal practice focuses primarily on estate planning, probate litigation and business formation. He enjoys meeting people and answering their questions about wills and trusts with the hope that each person leaves more informed than when they arrived. Ken also represents a number of small businesses and advises them with respect to forming their business, reducing their liability risk and structuring their transactions.
Ken is married with two children and loves hiking, reading and playing volleyball and wallyball (volleyball in a racquetball court).
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