Wyse Kadish Sponsors Lewis & Clark Law School PILP Auction

Wyse Kadish is pleased to sponsor the Lewis and Clark Law School Public Interest Law Project (PILP) auction on February 23, 2019.  The PILP auction raises funds to help provide stipends to law students who want to work for non-profits and other public interest organizations. More information on the PILP auction can be found here:

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David Bean Speaks at OACP Panel

Wyse Kadish attorney David Bean participated as part of a panel for Oregon Association of Collaborative Professionals earlier this month with Tonya Alexander and CPA Aaron Eichenbaum. The topic of discussion was, “What do we do now? Spousal support under the new federal tax law.” Along with other panelists, David discussed how to re-think the […]

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Wyse Kadish Welcomes Kori Walton

Wyse Kadish would like to welcome Kori Walton to the firm. Kori joins the estate planning and administration group, adding to the talented and knowledgeable individuals who excel at working together. Prior to joining Wyse Kadish, Kori practiced with the firm Vial Fotheringham in Lake Oswego, OR. Welcome, Kori!

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Wyse Kadish Attends Homeless Youth Law Clinic Event

Members of Wyse Kadish and their families showed their support for the Homeless Youth Law Clinic on December 9th by donating their time, supplies, and funds for street kits to be given out to HYLC’s homeless clients.  A big thank you to the firm and its attorneys and staff for their participation and donations.

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Remembering Josh Kadish

Wyse Kadish is sad to announce that Josh Kadish died with dignity on October 7, 2018, surrounded by his family. Portland loses a great contributor to the world of mediation, music, and community activism. We at Wyse Kadish will miss Josh’s intellect, wisdom, and dry sense of humor. If you’d like to do something in […]

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Chambers on Avoiding Trust Income Tax

Wyse Kadish attorney Kristen Chambers contributed her expertise on trust tax in the July 2018 Estate Planning and Administration Newsletter.  The article, which can be read in full here, highlights the differences in State taxation programs and the preemptive planning that can be done to minimize taxation.  Great work Kristen! 

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WK Continues Sponsorship of Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts

 
Wyse Kadish has continued its sponsorship of Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (OVLA) for 2018.  OVLA provides a pro bono legal clinic, workshops, and events for low-income artists and creatives.  Wyse Kadish attorney Anne Koch has served as treasurer and a board member of OVLA since 2014.  For more information […]

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WK’s Maxine Tuan Elected to the Board!

Wyse Kadish Family Law associate Maxine Tuan has been elected as Secretary of the executive board for the Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association (“OAPABA”) at the annual member meeting and board elections held June 6, 2018. The OAPABA promotes the professional development and advancement of Asian Pacific American attorneys through education, […]

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Fun at Fete Locale

WK attorneys recently attended Neighborhood House’s Fete Locale where they ran into a friendly face.  Retired WK attorney Josh Kadish has been involved with Neighborhood House for many years and wouldn’t miss this year’s annual dinner and auction. To find out more about Neighborhood House and their local impact in our communities check out their

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Kristen Chambers’ Advice to Avoid Trouble

WK attorney Kristen Chambers was published in the April 2018 edition of the Elder Law Newsletter. Kristen focuses this article on trustees and how to stay out of trouble during a trust administration.  Read the whole article here. Thank you Kristen!

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