Alexandra is a Partner at the firm and advises clients in respect of tax and estate planning, the preparation of wills, trust creation, estate administration and lasting powers of attorney.
Alexandra qualified in 2010 and specialises in capital tax planning and assists clients with minimising their inheritance tax and capital gains tax liabilities.
Alexandra is a Chartered Tax Adviser and Full Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). She has also undertaken her STEP Advanced Certificates in Will Preparation and UK Tax for International Clients. Together with the above, she has an interest in the contentious aspects of private client work which enables her to provide holistic advice and tailored solutions for her clients.
Alexandra has recently been named as one of the epivateclient Top 35 under 35, ranked in the Citywealth Top 100 Future Leaders 2019 and won bronze at the Citywealth 2019 awards for Partner of the Year (Regional). She is also ranked in Legal 500 2019 as a Next Generation Partner and in Band 3 of Chambers HNW 2019.
Outside of the office, Alexandra is heavily involved with the Kent Law Society and will become President this year. She is also a Director of the Kent Law Society Services Limited.
Alexandra has also been an adviser for the award-winning Kent Law Clinic at the University of Kent since 2010 and has recently been asked to join their management committee.
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Associate to watch in Chambers High Net Wealth 2017
She’s very friendly, very approachable and I think she listens very well to the client and what their concerns are; she also reacts very well to any issues they have. She listens, doesn’t talk over them and picks up on the areas where she may be able to help.
Next Generation Lawyer in Legal 500 2016
Alexandra Gordon is knowledgeable, engaging and is able to put across information in an easily digestible manner.
Next Generation Lawyer in Legal 500 2017
Alexandra Gordon, who is dual-qualified – she is also a chartered tax adviser, is ‘a go-to contact and a fountain of knowledge’.