THE PEOPLE OF BSK. (Please Select A Representative Below)

BSK is regarded as a practice run by a team of energetic and knowledgeable attorneys with the ability to think strategically in a constantly changing work environment and marketplace. We take pride in the quality of our work and the clients we serve, and we value the long-term relationships we have built over the years. We believe in investing in ourselves and our future through continuing legal education. We consider professional development a key factor in motivation and retention because it creates the opportunity to continue to grow and develop job and career enhancing skills.

Our firm fosters a culture of mutual respect. We believe gaining perspectives and experiences from a variety of attorneys and staff creates more innovative solutions and greater contributions from everyone, as we strive to provide the best possible service for our clients.

Jason M. Ray

Jason M. Ray brought his law practice to the firm in October 2013. As an Arizona native, Jason focuses his practice on comprehensive estate planning and administration solutions for his clients. He believes that a properly drafted and executed estate plan is a legacy for peace. He also understands how difficult planning can be once an individual becomes incapacitated and can provide in-depth estate planning solutions for incapacity as well. Jason also assists clients whose loved ones already suffer from some degree of incapacity, whether it be special needs trusts, guardianships and conservatorships, or Medicaid (AHCCCS) planning.

In addition to his estate planning and elder law practices, Jason advises small business owners in the formation and operation of their businesses. Jason understands the difficulties of starting and running a business and provides easy to understand, practical advice on the tax and business planning issues for his clients.

Jason graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law in May, 2008. During law school, he gained valuable experience serving as an intern to the Nevada Probate Commissioner, and was a member of the Nevada Law Journal. After graduation, he was admitted to the Arizona Bar in October of 2008. Prior to law school, Jason attended Arizona State University where he graduated cum laude with a B.A in Spanish.

After law school, Jason attended the University of Denver’s Graduate Tax Program and earned a Masters of Law degree in Taxation (LL.M.) in August of 2009. In Denver, Jason focused his coursework on Federal tax issues related to estate planning.

Jason is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court and the Arizona State Bar.

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When not solving problems for his clients, Jason enjoys spending time with family, reading, scuba diving, running and playing basketball and football.