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Kevin C. Gage - Salem, OR

348 Leslie Street SE Salem, OR 97301- 3504

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Updated: 03/05/2020

Salem Family Law Firm


Kevin C. Gage grew up in Washington. He excelled in college attending first Washington State University and then the University of Washington where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in Classical Greek.

Mr. Gage received his J.D. degree from Willamette University Law School in 1981. In that same year he entered private practice, working for a firm that specialized in Divorce and Family Law. In 1984, Mr. Gage began the solo practice of law, limiting his practice exclusively to Family Law...

About Kevin C. Gage

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Haenny and Gage, May 1, 1984

Practice Areas

  • Family Law

Published Works

  • Property Rights and Division (Co-Author), Oregon CLE, 1990
  • Property Rights and Division, Supplement (Co-Author), Oregon CLE, 1997
  • Property Rights and Division, Supplement (Co-Author), Oregon CLE, 2000
  • Property Rights and Division, Supplement (Co-Author), Oregon CLE, 2002
  • Property Rights and Division, Supplement (Co-Author), Oregon CLE, 2008



Office Information


348 Leslie Street SE Salem, OR 97301- 3504


  • 503-399-1353

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