Mark McBride named Perkins Coie partner

  • Wednesday, January 4, 2017 11:08am
  • Business

International law firm Perkins Coie announced its 2017 partner class, and one Bellevue senior counsel was named as partner.

The firm elected Mark C. McBride, a member of the firm’s Trust & Estate planning practice, as one of 24 new partners.

He advises individuals and families in all aspects of trust and estate planning, focusing on multi-generational planning. McBride assists individuals and families on estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes through the creation of wills, trusts, business entities and charitable organizations and the use of gifts, sales and other wealth-transfer strategies.

He represents executors, trustees and other fiduciaries to effectively and efficiently administer trusts, estates, business entities and charitable organizations.

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