Exclusive Focus. Estate planning and probate law are my only areas of practice. No real estate law, no family law, business law, nor any other kind of law in a stand-alone fashion. My exclusive focus on wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and probate law benefits both me and you. Knowing one area of law very, very well allows me to work efficiently and quote prices accurately. More obviously, my greater-than-average expertise permits me to spot and address important issues often overlooked by attorneys whose practice is more generalized.

Accessible Service. My services remove many practical barriers to estate planning and probate such as the high cost and the inconvenience of office visits. The common, practical barriers of high prices and in-person consultations drive many prospective clients to adopt a DYI approach. The ever-increasing number of online services and resources also discourages traditional in-person service. The DYI approach can work of course, but it might also lead to lasting regret. Knowing this, I combine the convenience and economy of the DYI approach with the speed, ease, and expertise of professional assistance. I meet with clients whenever they find convenient. Meetings are normally telephonic or virtual, while documents are exchanged by regular mail or electronically. During representation and beyond it, your satisfaction is what matters most, and I make short work of meeting your needs with solutions optimized for durability and peace of mind.

Attorney Tyson Cain. I have practiced in the areas of estates, wills, and trusts for over ten years, opening Cain Estate Law in 2019. Following my legal education, I joined a boutique estate planning firm in Door County where I oversaw the firm’s probate and estate settlement services. In 2009 I moved to Central Wisconsin to continue my practice and to work briefly for a regional bank as a relationship manager and trust officer. These experiences provided me with the knowledge and confidence to begin a solo practice to address the practical needs of Wisconsin families motivated to manage their estates using professional services in new ways.
     I am a native of Marshfield, Wisconsin, and I attended college and law school in Minnesota, graduating in 1998 from St. Olaf College and from William Mitchell College of Law in 2007. Before beginning law school, I also earned a Master of Arts degree in philosophy from Marquette University. An abiding interest in philosophical thought still informs my practice methods and my approach to legal issues. I currently resides with my family in the Toledo area.