Kyrra Gaddis

Legal Assistant

Kyrra Gaddis has been Mr. Milne’s legal assistant since 2005 and assists in the practice areas of tax law, business law, probate, guardianship, elder law, estate planning and family law.  She’s been a  legal assistant for 12 years and has worked with other area attorneys who practice general and criminal defense law.  In her free time, Kyrra loves to either camp or to boat on one of the numerous lakes in area or to “hang out” in the backyard with the family eating anything that can be cooked on an outdoor grill.  Kyrra has three children with uncommon names.  Her oldest daughter  Lainey,  attends Tyler Junior College and finally moved back home because the use of the washing machine was free.  Her middle son, Skyelar attends Whitehouse High School and tries his best to avoid doing any math.  The arrival of Zachariah, her three year old,  provided a very pleasant and unexpected addition to her family.

Kyrra also spends her time in ways that really matter.   For example, when Kyrra disappears from work and home, as she often does, it is rumored that she gleefully toils away at some secret government installation, solving complex differential equations and programming super computers.  She says that she just likes to shop alone for days at a time and is not a member of a conscripted team of non-paid citizen experts, tasked with the challenge of solving global warming.  We don’t believe her.

Leadership is a two way street, loyalty up and loyalty down. Respect for one’s superiors; care for one’s crew.
— Grace Murray Hopper

Amy Burris

Office Manager

Amy Burris joined Mr. Milne’s team in 2007.  Amy is truly a “people person” and works with clients to solve payment and billing questions.  She handles personnel matters, does the firm bookkeeping, pays bills, generates invoices, receives payments, prepares tax forms and returns and budgets and plans.  Before joining Mr. Milne, Amy worked at several jobs that more than prepared her for the challenge of managing a busy and successful law office.  Feel free to ask her about the insecurity associated with and modern solutions for male pattern baldness, or the sights and smells of early morning in a bakery.

Amy constantly improves her skills by attending accounting or business management classes at Tyler Junior College. She is a well rounded person who attended classes in graphic design at the Art Academy of San Francisco.   Amy stays fit by working out (but not sweating) at the Y or walking with her beautiful and challenging four year old daughter Blair. She  also enjoys painting, reading, playing racquetball, traveling and swimming.  Amy is working on her seventeenth unpublished book, which she intends to title,  ”How to Achieve World Peace in five Easy Steps”.   Amy is confident that after the book is published and widely read, world peace will become a reality.  She plans to use the one million dollars awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize to travel to every country in the world on a book signing tour.

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