Your Experienced Divorce in Attorney
Divorce is never something people want to go through. The process can seem overwhelming, not to mention the emotional toll it can have. That is why it is so important to find the right attorney to support you with compassion, understanding, and experience. Doris Winegar Attorney has been representing clients as a divorce attorney in Tualatin and surrounding areas for over 20 years.
With deep roots in the community, Ms. Winegar truly cares about her Tualatin clients. She has shown active dedication in the community through her time serving on the board of the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce. Additionally she has been board member and board chairperson for the Domestic Violence Resource Center in Washington County. Today, in addition to her practice as a lawyer, she serves as pro tem small claims court judge in Washington County and is frequently appointed to represent children in parenting and custody cases.
Doris Winegar supports you with
Legal Separation Agreement
Division of Property
Family Court Law
Dedicated Divorce Lawyer
With unwavering dedication to her clients, Ms. Winegar is able to see you through even the most difficult divorce. If litigation becomes necessary, she has the experience and know-how to fight for your rights. However, litigation is not always the best fit for every situation. If more amicable means are possible, Ms. Winegar has training and experience in divorce mediation, uncontested divorce, and collaborative divorce. Finding the right method for divorce begins with listening to your situation. As your dedicated divorce lawyer, Ms. Winegar offers you an empathetic ear.
Contact our office today and put an experienced family law attorney on your side.
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