Serving Gresham & Surrounding Community for 20 years!
At Gresham Family & Elder Law, we understand that legal issues such as estate planning, probate, wills, trusts, divorce, legal separation, child custody, and modifications can be daunting.
We have over 20 years of experience helping families navigate these complex issues. Our attorneys are compassionate, attentive, and aggressive in seeking favorable resolutions for our clients.
Sound Legal Advice
When the time comes to deal with elder law and family law issues – such as probate, estate planning, including wills, trusts, conservatorships, POA, small estate affidavit, divorce, child custody, and personal and restraining orders– you need a Gresham family lawyer who is compassionate, who listens to your situation and is tough in seeking a favorable resolution for you.
At Gresham Family and Elder Law, our attorneys Nathan Begley is the go-to in Oregon for Elder Law and Chamber Dorheim an authority on Oregon family law.
For over 20 years, our firm’s family law attorneys in Gresham have been guiding people through a variety of elder law and family legal issues.
Our attorneys understand the complexities of estate planning, probate, divorce, and custody issues ranging from the subjectivity of emotions to the realities of the legal process. Gresham Family and Elder Law is the team you can count on in your family’s time of need.
Events & Announcements
Starting March 27th. We have a new location. Mt. Hood Professional Center, 22400 SE Stark St. Ste 107, Gresham, OR 97030 across from Weston Kia
Gresham Family & Elder Law will have a booth at the Wellness Fair Thursday, Jan 26, 10 am -2 pm. at the Gresham Senior Center 600 NE 8th St. Gresham, OR 97030. Come and gather information to make informed decisions. Wellness Flyer
Attorney Nathan M. Begley will present a workshop on Estate Planning and Aging in Place. He will explain the probate process, the difference between a Will and a Trust, and how to keep your decision-making power for as long as possible.
Learn how to preserve your dignity and protect your autonomy as you age and then stay for a question and answer session afterward.