In Remembrance – Flory Laney

We are saddened to share the loss of our friend and colleague Flory Laney. Flory passed away on Saturday, August 7th, 2021. Flory was an integral and much-loved member of the Wyse Kadish family for over 35 years.

Flory was often the first voice our clients heard upon contacting Wyse Kadish. She was loved by all […]

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Oregon Super Lawyers 2021 Announced

Wyse Kadish is delighted to announce that three of our attorneys have been recognized by Oregon Super Lawyers for the 2021 List.

Amy Bilyeu was selected to the 2021 Oregon Super Lawyers list for excellence in the practice of Estate Planning and Probate. Previously Amy selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in the areas […]

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Amy Bilyeu Selected to 2020 Oregon Super Lawyers List

Wyse Kadish is delighted to announce that Amy Bilyeu was selected to the 2020 Oregon Super Lawyers list for excellence in the practice of Estate Planning and Probate. Amy was previously selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in the areas of Estate Planning and Probate for the years 2009-2013. Super Lawyers is a rating service […]

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Our Commitment to Action

Wyse Kadish supports the Black Lives Matter movement.
We recognize the role the law plays in creating and perpetuating systems of anti-Black racism. As attorneys, we have a heightened duty to address racial injustice, and work towards reforming racist systems, policies, and actions that oppress Black communities.
Wyse Kadish has a history of community involvement […]

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Wyse Kadish Now Offers Online Family Law Mediation

With civil courts temporarily unavailable to resolve family law issues, except in rare circumstances like urgent domestic violence matters, people should consider using other tools to solve problems.  Wyse Kadish understands this challenge and is prepared to assist.  Our firm is experienced using Zoom video communications for mediation. 
Please click here to learn more about […]

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Chief Justice Issues Order Relaxing Court Operating Restrictions

Chief Justice Martha L. Walters has issued an order relaxing the court operating restrictions set in place in response the the COVID-19 outbreak in Oregon. The new order applies to counties that have been approved for phase 1 or phase 2 reopening.  Further information can be found on each court’s web site.   
 

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