Alexander Keßeler, RA, Dipl.-Finw. (FH)

Alexander Keßeler focuses on advising family businesses and private clients on tax issues of national and international tax law, in particular in the area of possession and wealth-related taxes. His advise includes aspects of corporate, foundation and inheritance law.

Alexander Keßeler was admitted as a lawyer in 2023. Before joining Lüdicke & Kollegen as part of his legal traineeship, he was a research assistant in the tax law practice group at a major international law firm.

He completed a dual course of studies to become a Diplom-Finanzwirt (FH) at the University of Applied Sciences for Finances NRW and then studied law with a focus on tax law at Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn.