2021 Chambers High Net Worth Guide Spotlights Schwabe and Attorneys
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. is pleased to share that the firm and two of our attorneys were selected in the 2021 Chambers High Net Worth Guide. This guide is often used by family offices and professional advisers of wealthy individuals, providing objective guidance on an international scale and spotlights the international private wealth market.
Schwabe received a Band 2 ranking for Oregon: Private Wealth Law and the following attorneys were recognized:
- June Wiyrick Flores – Band 2
“June Wiyrick Flores is an experienced attorney who focuses her practice on estate, business and charitable planning for high net worth families, as well as structuring matters for tax-exempt organizations. An impressed source enthuses: "She listens to clients very deeply and works with them in real partnership to craft solutions to meet their long-term objectives." Another interviewee says: "She is compassionate and kind, and always converses with a great sense of humor."
- Jennifer L. Woodhouse – Band 3
“Jennifer Woodhouse is a rising star whom peers describe as "up-and-coming" in the private wealth field in Oregon. She advises high net worth clients on estate and business succession planning matters, as well as trust administration and tax disputes.”
About Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C.
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt is a law firm that provides a wide range of legal services to our clients through comprehensive, proactive, and industry-focused advice to help them achieve their goals. We focus on six industry groups: healthcare and life sciences; technology; transportation, ports, and maritime; real estate and construction; natural resources; and manufacturing, distribution, and retail. With more than 160 attorneys, Schwabe is one of the largest Pacific Northwest regional law firms, with offices in Portland, Bend, and Salem, Oregon; Seattle and Vancouver, Washington; Mountain View, California; and Anchorage, Alaska.
- June Wiyrick FloresShareholder
- Jennifer WoodhouseShareholder