About Wolfsong Law

Beth WolfsongBeth and Jennifer Wolfsong opened their firm, Wolfsong Law PC, in 2013, after Beth Wolfsong’s former employer was appointed to serve as a judge in Multnomah County and closed the previous firm, Beth Allen Law PC.  Beth Wolfsong worked at Beth Allen Law for over six years in the areas of family law, adoption and estate planning. Now, Beth Wolfsong primarily focuses her practice on estate planning, adoptions, and donor & surrogacy agreements. Beth enjoys working closely with her clients to address the needs unique to each individual or family. Beth also enjoys working in a practice area that enables her to maintain long-lasting relationships with her clients.

In addition to maintaining a busy estate planning practice, Beth is also actively involved in the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) at her daughter’s school, and is a current member of the Basic Rights Oregon Legal Group, Pride Professional Alliance, Portland Area Business Assocation (PABA), Oregon Women Lawyers, and the Oregon Gay and Lesbian Lawyers Association (OGALLA). She speaks each year on topics such as: adoption and assisted reproduction, planning to protect your family and children, planning for your pet’s care and needs, issues affecting the LGBT community, and marriage equality.

Prior to working at Beth Allen Law, Beth worked as a judicial clerk for the Hon. Marilyn Litzenberger, and served as a staff attorney for Southern Arizona Legal Aid, and then later for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Beth worked in a variety of capacities as an advocate for the elderly, for the developmentally disabled, and for homeless pets.

Beth grew up in Portland, Oregon, and enjoys all this area has to offer. In her free time, Beth and her partner and their lovely daughter enjoy hiking, backpacking, camping, skiing and a multitude of other outdoor activities. Beth has also recently completed training for her neighborhood’s Community Emergency Response Team and looks forward to participating in additional training for emergency response, HAM radio operation, search and rescue, and wilderness survival.

Bar Admissions
State Bar of Oregon, 2005 – present
State of Washington, 2012 – present
State Bar of Arizona, 2002 – 2006
United States District Court, District of Arizona, 2003 – present
Pascua Yaqui Bar, 2003 – 2006
Tohono O’odham Bar, 2003 – 2006