Portland Divorce Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - Oregon

At Willamette Family Law, we recognize that every family law case takes its own path to resolution. Our Portland, Oregon, law office has a team prepared to handle even the most complicated issues. From the start, we work with clients to understand...

After graduating from William Mitchell College of Law in 1982, where he was a member of the law review, Stephen practiced in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in divorce and family law for a large national firm. In 1985, Stephen decided to move away from those...

The law firm of Yates Family Law, PC, is located in Portland, Oregon. The practice focus of our law firm is to provide responsive, dedicated and personalized service in your family law case. We are on your side as caring, respected and zealous...

Specific Experience: I once represented a kindergarten teacher at a monastery school who was seeking to enforce the distribution of debt granted in her divorce decree. The divorce decree was agreed to at the time of the divorce but my client's...

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