We Take The Time To Truly Listen
Divorce is almost always a stressful and confusing time for clients. You will have numerous questions throughout the process, and it is important to find a lawyer who will take the time to carefully answer your concerns.
When clients contact the Law Office of Gordon L. Dick, that is what they will find. We partner with clients to help them through life transitions. We welcome your questions; we can explain whatever part of the family law process is confusing you; and we will explain things until you feel like you have a good understanding of your options.
Our Salem divorce attorney represents clients throughout Willamette Valley and the Oregon Coast in divorce, child custody and support matters.
We Understand Your Worries, And We’re Here To Help
If you are looking for a lawyer, it is probably because someone is requesting a change in your life or your lifestyle. This sudden, often unexpected, change is frightening. For instance:
- The Department of Child Support is requesting a review of your payments and you don’t know why.
- Your child’s other parent is trying to minimize your parenting time and you don’t know how it will affect your relationship with the child.
- Your spouse is asking for a divorce, you didn’t see it coming and you don’t know what to do about finances or bills.
Let the Law Office of Gordon L. Dick help reduce your stress and anxiety. You can count on our lawyer to be your trusted adviser and strong advocate.
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Let’s Talk About Your Unique Situation Today
If you are interested in learning more about your legal options, contact us online or call 503-980-4278 to schedule your initial consultation. Unlike some firms that offer free consultations, but then are only able to speak in generalities, we charge a reduced rate for our initial consultation. We don’t generalize our legal advice; it is also tailored specifically for your situations.
Our firm is open from 8:30 to 12 a.m. and from 1 to 5 p.m. We’re located a block from the Marion County Courthouse and are near the historic Methodist church.