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KTC Sponsors Third Session of SAF Speaker Series
On May 24, the Seattle Angel Fund Speaker Series returns with its third session entitled, “Identifying the Market and Creating a Killer Marketing Plan,” featuring expert panelists Pam Abrahamsson, Maria Dysktra, and Sherril Small. This is one session you aren’t going to want to miss! Click here to learn more about the event and how to register.
Client Alert: The Border Adjustment Tax
KTC Attorney J. Dino Vasquez discusses the Border Adjustment Tax, how it works, and its advantages and disadvantages in the latest Karr Tuttle Client Alert. Click here to read the full alert.
KTC Welcomes New Associate Josh Howard
Josh Howard joins Karr Tuttle Campbell as the newest addition to the firm’s Litigation Department. Click here to read more.
Kirsten L. Ambach
With her passion for building genuine and long-term client relationships, paired with her talent for identifying practical estate plan solutions, Kirsten has become a highly regarded trusts and estates attorney within the firm, as well as in the Greater Seattle community. She has dedicated her practice to developing innovative and personalized plans to ensure her clients’ wealth not only preserves and matures, but also transfers smoothly from one generation to the next. Kirsten has been recognized for her professional achievements on numerous occasions, such as being named a Rising Star (2008-2012) and a Super Lawyer (2015, 2016) by Super Lawyers Magazine, as well as several wealth-management titles in Seattle Magazine. In addition to her busy practice, Kirsten is involved in many outside activities, including serving on Washington State bar committees, volunteering in various projects at the King County Bar Association, and serving as a Children’s Legacy Advisor at the Seattle Children’s Hospital Foundation.
When Kirsten isn’t working, she is out driving her three kids to a dizzying array of sports practices, and she and her husband try to stay fit themselves by running and participating in an adult summer swim team (she is proud to say she swam a better time than her 7 yr. old at the annual adult swim meet this past summer; the other two have had her beat for years). Want to know more? View her full profile.