Luke is an Arizona native, obtaining his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Arizona State University. After becoming licensed as a CPA, Luke earned his JD from the University of New Mexico School of Law, where he specialized in business law, tax controversy, and tax-efficient estate planning.
Before attending law school, Luke worked for accounting firms of all sizes where he prepared tax returns for individuals, businesses, and international corporations. Accounting and tax are often referred to as the “language of business” and Luke speaks it fluently, allowing him to effectively communicate with his clients’ financial advisors. Luke is incredibly valuable to his clients because of his ability to communicate both the legal and financial elements of a deal or estate plan.
Arizona State University (B.S., Accountancy)
Arizona State University (Master’s of Taxation)
University of New Mexico School of Law
When Luke is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. Together they enjoy playing sports, riding horses, and spending time in the White Mountains of Arizona.
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