Weekend Fun: The Next Waltz

Wyse Kadish LLP sponsored  “The Next Waltz” performances which are were held the weekend of November 24-26 at the Alberta Rose Theatre as a fundraiser for the Musicians’ Emergency Healthcare Fund of the Jeremy Wilson Foundation. The Jeremy Wilson Foundation was founded to support musicians who do not have health insurance with medical crises.  […]

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Supporting Survivors – Empowering the Community

WK attorney David Bean again showed his support for this great cause and attended Bradley Angle’s Empowerment Lunch. Victims of domestic violence often are faced with a scary dilemma: stay in an abusive relationship or risk becoming homeless and facing poverty. Bradley Angle is a community-centered organization that supports survivors of domestic violence by providing […]

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A Warm Welcome to Maxine Tuan!

Introducing the newest associate of Wyse Kadish: Maxine Tuan!  Maxine brings expertise and insight to our Family Law Group, working with David Bean and Meagan Robbins.  Maxine fits right in to our client-oriented and compassionate team of lawyers. Maxine comes to us after spending two years as an attorney helping modest means clients with family […]

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WK Attorneys Present: Estate Planning 101 for Artists

WK Attorneys Anne Koch and Michele Buck Romero are presenting an estate planning workshop for local creatives. Co-sponsored by Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and the Regional Art and Culture Council, this workshop will offer insight on planning concepts specifically designed for artists. Find more information and ticketing for the workshop here!
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David Bean Grows His Mediation and Collaborative Divorce Practices.

David has enjoyed and been successful with assisting parties, both represented and unrepresented, in resolving their family law issues without the need for litigation.
Now more than 15 years into his family law practice, other attorneys are increasingly referring potential mediation clients to David.
 
Collaborative Divorce is a newer method of appropriate dispute resolution. […]

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Golfing on the Job


Wyse Kadish attorneys Michael Licurse, Nikki Erickson, and David Bean enjoy swinging away at Top Golf  in support of the Multnomah Bar Association. For over 100 years, the Multnomah Bar Association (MBA) has provided a forum for lawyers to gather together for collegiality, to improve the justice system, to provide law-related community […]

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Nicole Erickson brings a little Texas to WK

Attorney Nicole Erickson has recently reactivated her bar membership in Texas.  She previously practiced in Texas for 5 years in the areas of Estate Planning and Administration. We are grateful for the experience she brings to our firm. Nikki is able to provide planning and guidance for clients with overlapping Oregon and Texas needs. Wyse […]

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WK White Wine Sponsor at MBA Annual Dinner

The Multnomah Bar Association hosts an annual dinner to honor members of the legal community for their outstanding professionalism and pro bono work in the community.  Wyse Kadish is proud to be a sponsor of this event and to support our local colleagues.  Congratulations to all the award winners! 

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Fun at Local Fundraiser!

Josh Kadish, senior partner, honored the retiring executive director of Neighborhood House at its recent fundraiser “Fete Locale”.  Josh was joined by Drew Carney, local KGW news reporter. Josh has served as a chairman of the board for about a year, but has been involved with the organization for many years.  To find out more about […]

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Anne Koch: Our own OVLA superstar!

WK attorney Anne Koch is this month’s featured board member in the Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts’ May newsletter.  Get to know more about Anne and OVLA by reading the news letter here. 
Thank you Anne for your dedication to local creatives and your philanthropy. We appreciate you! 

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Nikki Erickson Volunteers at Wills for Heroes

Our newest member has been keeping busy with firm and volunteer work.  Nikki recently volunteered for a Wills for Heroes event put on by the Oregon Fallen Badge Foundation.  Wills for Heroes is a non-profit company that provides free estate planning advice and documents to “our nation’s first responders.”  To find out more about this […]

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