Tim Friedrichsen is the founder and a principal shareholder in Amicus Law Group PC, and is a frequent speaker on trusts and estates and charitable giving.
Amicus Law Group is located in downtown Seattle and represents moderate to high net worth families and individuals, including closely-held businesses and business owners, providing advice and counsel related to business formation, ownership succession planning, and business transactions, all coordinated with tax and estate planning. Tim also leads the Firm's nonprofit practice advising educational institutions, charitable organizations, and philanthropic individuals and families on all aspects of complex charitable giving, fundraising, and tax planning and reporting.
Tim is a member of the planned giving advisory boards of the Seattle Foundation, the University of Idaho, and Washington State University Foundation, and is a member of the Washington Planned Giving Counsel. Tim helped form the planned giving advisory boards of The Nature Conservancy of Washington and of Whitworth College, and previously served as President of the Board of Trustees for Childhaven, a Seattle-based organization dedicated to the protection of children who are the victims of child abuse and neglect.
A graduate with distinction from the University of Iowa College of Law, Tim has been in private practice since 1985, beginning his career as a tax advisor at the public accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche. He opened his own law practice in 1994 and founded Amicus Law Group in 2001.