I had very particular needs when finding a divorce attorney. I needed someone who could handle a case that had numerous issues to settle, including interstate child custody, division of finances, residential and rental properties, retirement accounts. I found few attorneys who could handle all my needs, which is why I was grateful to come across Kathy Root. She was able to give me information on my options immediately and followed up on every need promptly. She gave me information as each issue needed attention. The process was very involved and sometimes exhausting, and Kathy was able to console me through the tough times. With her care in handling the case, I was able to move on post-divorce with my financial holdings and my children's future financial needs protected. I am so grateful to her and I know she will give others her expertise in all areas of practice that is before her.
Kelly Jones describes his services as, “compassionate bankruptcy” and it’s spot-on. After a lay-off years ago, I haven’t been able to return to my …
Portland Paralegal swiftly prepared the forms for my small claims matter against Printroom. LeeAnn researched which entity to serve in California and saved me a lot of money on process of service. She handled every aspect of the case, including hearing exhibits, and I received payment promptly. She was like a little pitbull when it came to collecting the money that my small business was owed by a national company. She is a joy to work with! Dave Lutz Photography Portland, OR ________________________________________
I went to several attorneys to change the last name of a minor child with an objecting father. They all told me that I didn't have a chance and that it is a waste of my money. Eileen, was not quick to turn me away. She told me that it would be a fight but it was possible. It went to trial and we won! She is now also working on my custody case. She is not quick to settle and not afraid of taking it to trial. I could not have asked for a better attorney! If I could give her 10 stars, I would!