Alice has practiced law since 1998 in the areas of estate planning and estate and trust administration. Prior to establishing her solo law practice in 2007, she was a member of the estate planning groups at Lindquist & Vennum P.L.L.P. and Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A. in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and previously was an associate at Lowry Hill (now Abbott Downing), Wells Fargo’s private wealth management group.
Alice is a member of the American, Minnesota State, and Hennepin County Bar Associations. She is past chair of the Hennepin County Bar Association Probate and Trust Law Section and served as an officer from 2005 – 2008. She has lectured on estate planning, estate administration, and related matters at numerous seminars, and has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota and Hamline University.
Alice is co-author of the Minnesota Probate Deskbook in the Minnesota Practice Series, published by Thompson Reuters (West Publishing). She is a past chapter author of the Minnesota Estate Administration Deskbook. She also developed training materials on the Minnesota estate administration process for Minnesota tribal courts and conducted training for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Tribal Court. She has served as Operations Chair for the Children’s Tumor Foundation Annual Neurofibromatosis Walk in Minneapolis and as a board member of Sojourner Project, a battered women’s shelter serving the Western Twin Cities suburbs.
Alice lives with her twelve year old daughter and seven pound Yorkie. She enjoys participating in church activities, music, most sports, reading, cooking, and anything that includes her daughter.
J.D. 1996 University of Minnesota Law School (cum laude)
M.A. 1990 University of Minnesota Graduate School of Education (with honors)
B.A. 1985 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (cum laude)
Minnesota State Bar Association
Hennepin County Bar Association
American Bar Association, Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section
Co-author “Minnesota Probate Deskbook,” Thompson Reuters (West Publishing)
Author “Will Contests,” Minnesota Estate Administration 2002 – 2007)
KURT J. FISCHER
Attorney – Minnesota
WillsbyWaybridge Counsel – Minnesota
Kurt practices with Waybridge Law Group, LLC in the areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, business succession planning and general corporate. Prior to practicing law, Kurt worked as an accountant with a “big four” accounting firm and a large regional accounting firm. He has extensive experience in business and individual income tax planning, entity selection and succession, real estate taxation, executive compensation, nonqualified deferred compensation plans, and small business acquisitions.
Kurt has lectured at Hennepin County Bar Association seminars on entity selection and the financial aspects of starting a business. He has also presented seminars to numerous banks on tax return preparation.
Kurt has also been a licensed real estate agent in Minnesota since 1996.
Kurt lives with his wife, two young sons, and two dogs. In his spare time, he is working on obtaining his pilot’s license and enjoys hunting and other outdoor activities.
L.L.M. 2000 William Mitchell College of Law (Taxation)
J.D. 1999 William Mitchell College of Law
B.A. 1996 University of St. Thomas
Minnesota State Bar Association Probate and Trust, and Tax Sections
Hennepin County Bar Association
Office Manager – Minnesota
WillsbyWaybridge Technical Director – Minnesota
Jamie is the technical and administrative manager of WillsbyWaybridge (i.e. the brains behind the operation), and Office Manager of Waybridge Law Group. Prior to joining Waybridge Law Group, Jamie worked for 20 years as a legal administrative assistant at several large Minnesota law firms in the areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, family law, and general corporate.
Jamie was instrumental in building the process applications that make the WillsbyWaybridge virtual legal service possible.
Jamie lives with her husband, two children, cat and dog. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering at her children’s school, watching and cheering on her kids’ sports, the company of close friends, or curling up with a good book.