Kirkland-based law firm Livengood Alskog hires Alex Hurt

Kirkland-based law firm Livengood Alskog announced Jan. 4 that Alex Hurt has joined the firm as an associate attorney.

  • Wednesday, January 4, 2017 4:56pm
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Kirkland-based law firm Livengood Alskog announced Jan. 4 that Alex Hurt has joined the firm as an associate attorney.

Hurt is a native Washingtonian, growing up in the Edmonds area. He graduated from the University of Washington and Seattle University School of Law and received a Masters of Law in Taxation from the University of Florida. He will work primarily in the firm’s tax, estate planning and probate practice areas.

“Our clients’ needs had grown and so our firm responded by adding another high-quality attorney to fulfill these needs,” said Managing Member of Livengood Alskog David Johnston. “After a search, we found Alex Hurt, whose commitment to the practice of law, while balancing quality of life, matches our firm culture. We are happy that he agreed to join our firm.”

Hurt has previously provided tax and estate planning advice to clients with firms in Western Washington. He has presented on estate planning topics at seminars across the country, and completed an externship with the Washington State Board of Tax Appeals.

Hurt resides in Seattle and is engaged to be married in February 2017. In his spare time, Hurt enjoys snowboarding, spending time at family’s cabin on the Hood Canal and golfing.

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