Meet Kevin Steinacker
After being admitted to the Washington bar in 2004, Kevin worked for Dickson Maher Ingels LLP in Tacoma. From January 2006 through the end of 2011, he was a partner at the Tacoma law firm of Dickson Steinacker PS (initially Dickson Steinacker LLP). Kevin formed Steinacker Law PLLC in December 2011.
Kevin’s practice has focused on business, real estate, and probate law. Specifically, Kevin has assisted clients with business entity formation, trademark registration, contract preparation and review, real estate transactions, landlord-tenant issues, estate administration, and litigation, among other things. Kevin has been appointed by the court as the neutral administrator of several contested estates. Kevin has completed a 40-hour Basic Mediation Training.
Kevin is also an adjunct professor at Seattle University School of Law. He taught a course on real estate litigation and a new course for first-year students on the practice of law.
Kevin is a contributor to the Washington Lawyer’s Practice Manual published by the King County Bar Association. In 2011, he co-authored significant revisions and additions pertaining to Washington’s new Foreclosure Fairness Act to Chapter 14, Real Property Practice, Section IX: Foreclosure and Realization. Since 2012, Kevin has co-authored the updates to all of the Foreclosure and Realization section. Kevin is also the author of two chapters in the Lexis Nexis Practice Guide: Washington Real Estate Litigation.
Kevin has presented at continuing legal education seminars for attorneys in the areas of probate law and LLCs.
Kevin received a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in 2001. Kevin also attended law school at BYU. He graduated magna cum laude in 2004. During law school, Kevin was a senior editor for the BYU Law Review.
Admitted to Practice
All Washington state courts
US District Court, Western District of Washington
US Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Washington
US Patent and Trademark Office (registered patent attorney)
Kevin grew up in Washington and now lives in Puyallup with his wife and three sons. He enjoys reading, spending time with his children, and studying foreign languages.