Karl A. Iverson Kaufman

Karl focuses on wills and estate planning, probate and trust administration, tax-exempt organizations, business planning and taxation, and Alaska native law. He focuses on explaining complicated rules in simple language and finding practical solutions.

Karl volunteers with a variety of charitable organizations. Karl served as the president of the Anchorage Estate Planning Council, and he is a frequent speaker on federal and state tax issues, estate planning and probate, and other topics he finds interesting.

After receiving his law degree from the University of Oregon, Karl clerked for the Hon. Walter Edmonds on the Oregon Court of Appeals. Karl then obtained his Masters of Law (LL.M.) in Taxation from New York University. At NYU, Karl was a graduate editor of the Tax Law Review and awarded one of six Wilf Tax Scholarships, the school's top merit scholarship.

Raised in Alaska, Karl enjoys Alaska’s outdoor with his family. He has previously worked on the Alaska Railroad and fished the Yukon River.

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