Lincoln County, Oregon Divorce Lawyers
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Ryan is a native of Salem, Oregon, and a graduate of Sprague High School. After high school, Ryan went on a two-year church mission to Venezuela, where he became fluent in Spanish. He later enrolled at Brigham Young University, and after running his own business for four years, decided he wanted to help others by becoming a lawyer. This led him to enroll in the University Of Connecticut School Of Law. After a year, Ryan returned to his roots and transferred to the University of Oregon to finish his degree. He earned numerous academic awards and achievements as both an...
Portland Legal Services specializes in Personalized Advocacy. This is a full service civil law firm. We cross specialize in several related areas of the law which means that we can offer you comprehensive solutions to difficult issues that require knowledge in several legal sub-specialties. We can help you with issues in the areas of: Family Law (Divorce, Custody, Support), Paternity, Bankruptcy (Chapter 7), Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, Elder Law (Special Needs Trusts), Probate, Conservatorships, Guardianships, , Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, Small Business, Real Estate, and Civil Litigation. If you don't see your problem area listed...
I represent individuals and small business owners in Oregon and SW Washington. I specialize in complex and business related dissolution actions. My cases are typically in Washington, Multnomah or Clackamas Counties in Oregon and Clark, Cowlitz or Skamania Counties in Washington. I also handle cases other counties throughout Oregon and Washington, including Clatsop County, Lane County, Linn County, Marion County, Columbia County, and Grant County. Each county has different local rules that apply to family law cases. I am committed to making sure that I keep up to date on changes to rules of practice for each county I...
I started my career working with the Multnomah County District Attorney in the domestic violence unit. I am now pursuing my dream of working closely with people who need help getting divorced and keeping their kids. My goal is to guide every client through this process by listening to their needs. Every spouse and parent has a story, and I will give your story a powerful voice in the courtroom.
Joanna Posey became a lawyer because she wanted to help people. Drawn to family law after opening her own practice, Joanna takes pride in being able to empower her clients during an otherwise stressful and emotionally charged time in their lives. She finds it extremely gratifying to help a client take the first steps toward a new beginning, and enjoys working to resolve the unique issues in each case.
Mr. Romano attended Southern Oregon University (formerly Southern Oregon State College) in Ashland, Oregon where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science, with a minor degree in Philosophy. He then received his Juris Doctorate at Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon. While in law school, Mr. Romano clerked for the Marion County District Attorney’s Office and developed a taste for trial work. He was then admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2000 and began his career as a prosecutor working in Klamath, Coos, and Deschutes Counties. In early 2006, he then opened his private...
(541) 382-4404 3052 NW Merchant Way
Bend, OR 97701
Bend, OR 97701
I have a deep understanding of the critical work that goes into representing and advocating for clients. It is my goal to provide high quality legal services to individuals and to the community. My practice is focused on assisting individuals and families with their legal needs, as well as working with other attorneys on a contract basis. I also value community involvement and engage in a variety of local volunteer and service projects. When I'm not advocating for clients, I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking elaborate meals, reading a good book, and...
Portland Divorce Lawyer, Jack Dekovich takes pride in preserving what he believes is Western civilization’s greatest contribution to the world: The Common Law system. “I love educating my clients-that although imperfect, the rule of law belongs to all of us.” Prior to attending law school, Jack was a volunteer teacher at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School. He also lived in Cameroon for several months teaching English and doing various community projects. In his spare time, Jack plays guitar, trombone, sings in a band and plays ice hockey on two community teams.
Lauren Barnhart was always fascinated with “the rules.” She believes that rules create predictability and clarity, and apply to everyone equally. It was this fascination with rules that led Lauren to become an attorney. As an attorney, Lauren helps families navigate through what can be the most difficult time of their lives-divorce. She works to develop a relationship with her clients and demonstrate that their case genuinely matters. Lauren was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington, and was a member in the Tacoma Youth Symphony where she performed at Carnegie Hall. When Lauren is not assisting...
Though I was born in Spokane, Washington and presently reside in Clark County, Washington, I have spent a good portion of my life residing in the Portland-metropolitan area. As a result, one of my objectives as a lawyer has always been to represent people in both Oregon & Washington. I enrolled at Gonzaga University School of Law in 1996. That summer following my first year at Gonzaga, I was elected as an associate editor for the Gonzaga Law Review. and was also hired as a legal intern for Columbia Legal Services. This is where my exposure and love for family law...
Shelley has been practicing law in Oregon for the last 18 years. While originally from Wisconsin, she has called Oregon home for the last 25 years and has no desire to live anywhere else. She has been a solo practitioner / small business owner since 2002 when she opened her own practice. She is dedicated to providing outstanding legal advice to her clients by advocating zealously, advising honestly and litigating tirelessly when needed.
Lesley V. Herring is a native of Louisiana who moved to Portland, Oregon in 2011. She completed her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 2003 and obtained her Master’s Degree in Philosophy in 2005. Ms. Herring received her J.D. from Michigan State University in 2010. She has dedicated her legal practice to the areas of family law and estate planning. Ms. Herring takes a direct and pragmatic approach in advising her clients and developing solutions which fit their needs. She is a strong advocate for children’s rights.
Jason Pierson became a lawyer to be a voice for people who feel trivialized by divorce-especially children. During a divorce, a child can sometimes feel as though their opinion doesn’t matter. Jason’s passion is to advocate for his client's children and help them succeed. Prior to attending law school, Jason worked as a paralegal in Las Vegas mostly in construction defect law firms for about eight years.
James was born in Mississauga, Ontario. In middle school, he moved to Coppell, Texas, where he completed high school. He returned to Canada to complete his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario in 2006. It was there that he met his wife, Brandi Baldock. They met playing hockey together on a co-ed intramural team. James went to law school at the University of Oregon, earning his Juris Doctorate in 2009. At UO, he gained a lot of practical experience from his externship with Judge Carp at the Lane County Circuit Court, and internships at the Domestic...
I have worked as an attorney in Washington County since 1991. I received my Juris Doctor from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1990, and a Bachelor of Arts, with honors, degree from Whitman College in 1987. I was on the Board of Directors of the Washington County Bar Association and am a past president of that organization. I am a member of the Oregon State Bar Family Law Section. I focus on helping clients with family law issues. You can learn more about me and my practice at www.mcneillawoffice.com.
Lewis Landerholm grew up around family who served the public – families in particular. He became a divorce attorney in Portland so that he can help these individuals make the best out of a difficult situation. He began his career at the University of Oregon in Eugene, where he earned his bachelor’s degree. He went on to Willamette University College of Law for his Juris Doctor. While in law school, he served as a part time law clerk, where he earned invaluable experience. Attorney Landerholm is quickly making a name for himself as a dedicated family law attorney because of...
Michael Hallas is an associate attorney with McKinley Irvin. He represents clients in Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA. Michael primarily represents clients who are dealing with child custody, domestic violence, child support and divorce. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College with his J.D. and is now a member of the Oregon State Bar Family Law Section, Settlement Negotiation Group and the California State Bar. Michael’s experience was primarily in the civil litigation field until he turned his focus to family law in 2007. Michael is known for his empathy and professionalism which help him...
(360) 830-6961 1111 Main Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Vancouver, WA 98660
Brad Litchfield is a shareholder at the firm of Hutchinson Cox, practicing exclusively in litigation. He joined the firm in joined in 2003 after working for five years at Harrang Long. Prior to that, he graduated cum laude from the LL.M. program in Comparative Law from Brigham Young University. His law degree was from the University of British Columbia in 1993, where he was the Managing Editor of the University of British Columbia Law Review. Prior to commencing graduate studies, Brad practiced in litigator in British Columbia for five years. He currently serves as an elected member of the...
Nathan Holtey has been practicing law for over ten years. Raised in Ashland, OR, Nathan attended Tufts University in Boston, MA, before coming back to Oregon and attending the University of Oregon School of Law. Nathan enjoys the practice of law and assisting clients with achieving excellent results. He focuses his practice on family law and criminal defense, and has handled every type of matter from 24 hour notice Restraining Order and Emergency Custody hearings to high asset divorces involving multiple businesses, spousal support, and complex property division.
Washington County, OR Divorce Attorney.
6125 NE Cornell Rd
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Divorce, Criminal, Domestic Violence and Family
University of Oregon School of Law
University of Oregon School of Law
I am a former prosecutor with Multnomah County. I have extensive trial experience. My practice focuses primarily on Criminal, Traffic, and Family Law, but I will also take some civil litigation. I promise each client courtesy, care, and results. Please look at my website www.portlandcriminallawfirm.com for more information. With your case, experience counts. I have that experience and I will fight for you.
I firmly believe that battles in the legal arena, as well as in life, should be wisely and selectively chosen. I do my best in ensure that I'm giving the best advice I can, taking into account the costs of proceeding, the likelihood of success, the risks of defeat, and the realities of the mental and emotional toll that litigation can take on a person and their circle. I am married, have two kids, and enjoy playing golf, the guitar, and poker. More information can be found about me at www.benfalklaw.com. -Big Ben
Lillian has experience practicing in Clackamas and Multnomah County Courts focusing on family law issues including dissolution, divorce, custody and support issues, administrative and modification cases. She continues to in practice other areas of law including bankruptcy, estate planning and probate issues. Lillian uses both the traditional method of divorce practice and alternative dispute resolution techniques. She trained in collaborative law, mediation, trial practice and court proceedures. Lillian also practices in the Oregon Bankruptcy Court representing individuals in Chapter 7 cases.
Lillian Suelzle Watson established Gresham Family & Bankruptcy Law in 2001. Lillian was born and raised in Gresham, Oregon and received her Associate's Degree from Mt. Hood Community College and her BA in Communications from Marylhurst University. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark in December of 2000. Lillian is a member of the Oregon State Bar and the United States District Court in Oregon. She is also a member of the Multnomah Bar Association, (Family Law Estate, Planning and Debtor Creditor Sections), Oregon Association of Collaborative Professionals, Oregon Mediation Association and the Gresham...