Mathew is an associate focused on the areas of trusts, estates and charitable organizations. He has worked on projects assisting clients, both domestic and international, with estate planning, gifting, and tax needs, including Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, gifting strategies, charitable giving, and business succession. His practice also includes advising on probate and trust administration matters.
Mathew holds a Master of Laws in Taxation from New York University. While at NYU, he studied sophisticated, complex areas of estate planning and tax law, including the areas of corporate, partnership, and international taxation.
Prior to law school, Mathew was a litigation paralegal at a large Seattle law firm. While in law school, Mathew served as an extern at the Office of Chief Counsel for the IRS and a law clerk at a local law firm.
- Cross Border Business Law Blog, 8.25.16
- Closely Held Family Entities in Grave Danger: Minority Interest and Lack of Marketability Discounts About to Disappear?Family Business Bulletin, 8.3.16
- Metropolitan King County Council Votes to End Moratorium on Accepting or Issuing Permits for Marijuana Growers, Processors, and Retailers in Unincorporated Areas of the CountyCannabis Business Blog, 7.29.16
- The Hidden Cost Of "Going Home" — the Expatriation Tax for Long-Term Permanent Residents Who Return to Their Home CountriesCross Border Business Law Blog, 5.20.16
- Cross Border Business Law Blog, 5.13.16
- Cannabis Business Blog, 5.4.16
- Cross Border Business Law Blog, 2.18.16
- Family Business Bulletin, 12.15.15
- Washington, 2016
New York University School of Law, LL.M., Taxation, 2015
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2014
- Presidential Scholarship
- Article Editor, Seattle Journal for Social Justice
- Member, William L. Dwyer Inn of Court
University of Washington, B.A., English and Political Science, 2003