Doris Winegar Attorney, has been actively protecting the rights of her clients as a divorce attorney in Lake Oswego for over 20 years. Specializing in litigation as well as alternative methods of divorce, Ms. Winegar can fulfill any type of divorce proceeding. In her time practicing as a divorce attorney, she has come to believe that many people are better served through collaborative divorce or mediation. Experienced in both divorce mediation, uncontested divorce, and collaborative divorce as well as litigation, Ms. Winegar is well-suited to work for clients within their own preference and comfort level.
As a well-seasoned divorce attorney, Ms. Winegar expertly navigates the issues of:
- Child Support
- Spousal Support
- Parenting Plans
- Child Support Modification
- Property division
- Other Related Divorce Concerns
Trusted Lake Oswego Divorce Lawyer
Ms. Winegar is much more than an effective divorce lawyer. She has been an active member of the local community since completing her studies at Portland State University and Lew and Clark Law School. She has spent time as a board member for the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce and the Domestic Violence Resource Center in Washington County. She currently works as a pro tem small claims court judge in Washington County and is often appointed to represent children in custody and parenting cases. Staying active and finding ways to serve her community is important to Ms. Winegar.
Divorce can be difficult emotionally as well as legally. You don’t have to navigate it alone. Ms. Winegar compassionately listens to you while keeping you well informed. As your divorce attorney in Lake Oswego, she is dedicated to protecting your rights and the rights of your children. Put 20 years of experience on your side by contacting our office today.
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