Bryce E. Kaufman joined Evans and Hubbard in 2016. Bryce graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science in Business, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and his Juris Doctorate.
Prior to joining Evans and Hubbard, Bryce spend a year clerking for the Clackamas County District Attorney’s office in the Domestic Violence unit. While at the District Attorney’s office, he prosecuted cases while working with victims of domestic violence and oversaw the Domestic Violence Deferred Sentencing Program for the DA’s office.
Bryce approaches each case with the levelheaded care and understanding each client deserves to achieve their results. At Evans and Hubbard, Bryce handles a full spectrum of family law cases, from restraining orders to divorce to parenting time and custody, including grandparent and stepparent custody and visitation cases. He is deeply devoted to making sure that each of his clients have their story heard, and finding a solution that benefits his clients and their children.
When not helping clients, Bryce enjoys spending time with his wife, their new daughter, and their dog Eddy. In the winter months, you will likely see a pair of skis strapped to his feet and the rest of the year, either a pair of running or hiking shoes. An avid sports fan, you can routinely find him at Timbers, Thorns, or Blazers games and just about anything Oregon Ducks related.
Professional Associations & Memberships
- Oregon State Bar, Family Law Section Member
- Washington County Bar Association, Board Member
- Multnomah County Bar Association, Member
- Clackamas County Bar Association, Member
- Oregon Academy of Family Law Practitioners, Member
Pro Bono Activities
- Lake Oswego Senior Law Project