Wiegratz, Wyon F

Wyon F. Wiegratz

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920-725-2601

Biography

Wyon was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Upon graduating from UW Law School he accepted a commission in the United States Army Reserves, serving as a member of the Judge Advocate General Corp. Wyon worked for the Internal Revenue Service for 10 years as an Estate and Gift Tax Attorney, with the Milwaukee Estate and Gift Tax Group. He joined Remley Law in 1982, became a shareholder in 1986, and went of counsel in 2021.

Wyon is licensed to practice law in both Wisconsin and Florida and is a licensed Real Estate Broker in Wisconsin.

Wyon and his wife, Mary Jo, reside in Appleton, Wisconsin and Bonita Springs, Florida, and have three adult children.

Education

  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
    • J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence - 00/1971
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • B.B.A., Bachelor of Business Administration - 00/1968

Classes & Seminars

  • Frequent Seminar Speaker – Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Topics

Pro-Bono Activities

  • Frequent Seminar Speaker – Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Topics
  • Volunteer at the free legal assistance clinic in Neenah

Representative Clients

  • Associated Bank, Neenah
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Morton Drug Company, Neenah

References

  • Joseph McGrane, Legacy Private Trust Co., Neenah
  • Curt Detjen, Community Foundation for the Fox River Valley Inc., Appleton

Past Positions

  • Internal Revenue Service, Estate and Gift Tax Attorney, Milwaukee Estate and Gift Tax Group

Fraternities or Sororities

  • Phi Sigma Kappa

Professional Associations

  • Kiwanis Club, Neenah
  • Wisconsin Board of Realtors, Broker
  • Wisconsin Bar, Tax Section
  • Neenah Municipal Museum
  • Neenah Menasha YMCA
  • Florida Bar Association
  • Winnebago County Bar Association

Current Employment Position

  • Of Counsel

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning
  • Probate & Elder Law
  • Taxes
  • Real Estate

Bar Admissions

  • Wisconsin, 1971
  • Florida, 1982
  • U.S. Federal Court, 1971
  • U.S. Tax Court, 1982