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West Linn Business Law Lawyer
OverviewAfter over 50 years of practicing law in Oregon, Dean C. Werst has retired from the practice. In
2019 Attorney David M. Mitchell purchased the law practice of Dean C. Werst.
About Dean C. Werst
Current Employment Position(s)
- Business Law
- Limited Liability Companies
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements
- General Practice Law
- Real Estate Law
- Buying/Selling a Home
- Commercial Real Estate
- General Real Estate
- Starting a Business
- Estate Planning Law
- Elder Law
- Oregon, 1969
- U.S. District Court District of Oregon, 1969
- Meridian Park Hospital Board (Past Secretary)
- Meridian Park Hospital (Member, Bioethics Committee)
- Meridian Park Hospital Foundation (Past Board Member)
- Tualatin Chamber of Commerce (Tualatin Business Association) (Past President)
- Tualatin Park Board (Past Chairman)
- State of Oregon Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (Past President)
- Oregon State Bar Association (Member)
- Multnomah County Bar Association (Member)
- Washington County Bar Association (Member)
- Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law, Portland, Oregon, 1969
Accepts Credit Cards
1785 Willamette Fls. DriveSuite 2 West Linn, OR 97068
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