In probate court, you'll need to be an advocate and a counselor.


Greg’s practice focuses on estate planning and estate/trust administration. He received his Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) from Wabash College, majoring in Rhetoric. While in college, Greg was an inaugural member of the Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse Initiative and facilitated deliberations on college campuses throughout the Midwest and published reports that aided municipalities in receiving community grants. He received his JD (cum laude) from Seattle University School of Law. During his time at SU, he was an active member of the Law Review, Alternate Dispute Resolution Board, and a founding member of the SU Artificial Intelligence Law Society.


J.D. (cum laude) - Seattle University School of Law (2020)
B.A. (cum laude) - Rhetoric; Political Science – Wabash College (2017)

Community and Recognition

Research & Technical Editor - Seattle University Law Review
Democracy and Public Discourse Fellow - Wabash College
Eagle Scout - Boy Scouts of America

Presentations and Publications

Meaningful Mentorship: Washington State Bar Association (2023)
Probate Administration,
Washington State Bar Association Elder Law Section (2022)
Client Interviews and Will Basics,Washington State Bar Association Elder Law Section (2022)
Legislative and Case Law Update, King County Bar Association Elder Law Section (2021)