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Top Port Orford Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers - Oregon

  • Since 1976, Christopher D. Mecca, Attorney at Law , has represented the people of Grants Pass, Oregon, and the surrounding area with a variety of legal issues.  He approaches each client's needs with experience and personal service, and has a genuine interest in the community he serves.  Clients turn to him with matters of criminal defense and elder law, and he also handles probate,...

  • Cauble Cauble Selvig has continuously built on a firm foundation laid in place by the original law firm in Grants Pass, Oregon, established nearly 100 years ago. Today, attorneys Walter L. Cauble and Christopher L. Cauble continue that esteemed tradition in a wide range of legal practice areas including litigation, appeals, probate, estate planning, guardianships, conservatorships, business law,...

  • Legal Representation for People and Businesses of Southern Oregon. Some people need a lawyer but once in their lives. Others rely on legal counsel as the key to a successful business team. We are an experienced firm offering general practice law  for a variety of needs. Whether you have questions about  starting a new business , buying a new house, enforcing a contract,...

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  • The attorneys at Anderson Bradley Krant can help, whether you are dealing with a legal dispute or trying to avoid one. We advise individuals and business owners and we represent both plaintiffs and defendants in civil trials. We practice in the State and Federal courts of Southern Oregon and Northern California, and we welcome an opportunity to discuss your legal needs with you. Please call us. In...

  • Much of the emotional stress of divorce and family law matters comes from the fear of the unknown. At Crawley Law, based in Eugene, Oregon, we understand how overwhelming a divorce or child custody dispute may be. The team at our law office makes it a point to stand shoulder to shoulder with clients through every step of a case, from the first conversation we have to the final judgment. Our...

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