Lake Oswego Divorce Attorney Doris Winegar has been practicing family law in Washington, Clackamas and Multnomah Counties for 20 years, helping people get through one of the most difficult times they will ever experience in their lives. She is experienced in divorce, custody, parenting plans, paternity, property divisions, spousal support, child support, modifications, step parent adoptions, and guardianships.
As a result of practicing as a Divorce Attorney in the Lake Oswego area for many years, Ms. Winegar has come to believe that, although some people need to follow the traditional litigation method, many people are better served by different process options, such as the collaborative method or mediation. In addition to continuing to practice in the traditional litigation model, Ms Winegar is a trained mediator and a trained collaborative lawyer. She offers all 3 types of processes and invites you to look at the various options on this site, determine what process would work best for you. Contact Lake Oswego Divorce Attorney, Doris Winegar, for experienced, competent representation or mediation.
Doris Winegar practices family law, with emphasis on divorce, dissolution of domestic partnerships, custody and parenting cases, and spousal and child support issues. She also covers premarital and post marital agreements, step-parent adoptions, and paternity.
Ms. Winegar graduated from Portland State University with high honors and received her J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. She has always been active in the community, previously serving as a board member on the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce and the Domestic Violence Resource Center in Washington County. She was even Chairman of the Board for the Domestic Violence Resource Center. Currently Ms. Winegar serves as a pro tem small claims judge in Washington County. The courts frequently appoint Ms. Winegar to represent children in custody and parenting cases.
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