Alex focuses his practice on helping get real estate deals done, and assisting clients who come to us when those deals have been derailed. Working with individuals, businesses, and even local governments, Alex counsels clients on a variety of issues, including permitting and administrative hearings, while working to create valuable solutions focused on the client’s principles and goals. Additionally, Alex has experience representing clients in commercial litigation, contract negotiation, and corporate matters. Alex is fluent in Spanish and has advocated for Spanish-speaking clients seeking practical solutions to their legal needs.
Previously, Alex was an assistant city attorney for one of the fastest growing cities in Kansas, serving as counsel to its Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals. City staff regularly relied on Alex to analyze and resolve issues with businesses and individuals interacting with city regulations and code. He now brings this expertise to the table for clients navigating municipal issues.
Alex earned his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, where he volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and served as an administrator for the Special Olympics. Alex received his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School, where he participated in the Michigan Innocence Clinic, the Child Welfare Appellate Clinic, and as a mock trial coach to high school students.
Both inside the law and outside of it, Alex enjoys getting involved in his community. He is a section officer for the Johnson County Bar Association, a graduate of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s Ross. T. Roberts Trial Academy, and is a member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society. He has spent years as a soccer coach, youth Sunday school teacher, and supports the Boy Scouts of America, having served many years as an Assistant Scoutmaster. He also treasures spending time with his wife and three children. If someone is trying to round up a crew for hiking, biking, pickleball, or tabletop board games, he’s there.
Alex is admitted to practice law in both Kansas and Missouri.