Don Armstrong focuses his attention on family law because he enjoys helping people resolve their differences and move forward in positive ways.
Domestic or family law is a broad term covering divorce, annulment, custody, support, pre-nuptials, visitation, domestic partnerships, grandparent rights, domestic violence, adoption, paternity, wills & probate, power of attorney, and advance health directives. If you would like to receive information about any of these subjects, please phone us at 541-686-2425.
If you or your children are in immediate danger, please phone:
EUGENE Women's Space Domestic Crisis Line at 541-485-6513
(1-800-281-2800 toll-free outside local dialing area)
CORVALLIS Center Against Domestic Violence at 503-754-0100
ROSEBURG Battered Person's Advocacy at toll free 1-800-464-6543
Visit Woman's Divorce to order an online divorce newsletter.
Most small business owners do not need the services of an expensive corporate law firm. We can help you incorporate, file annual reports and draft contracts.
When entering into a contract that goes beyond a standard consumer contract, such as a credit card application or home/car purchase, you might want to have your family lawyer take a look at the contract before you sign it. Agreements between individuals are particularly subject to misinterpretation. A carefully worded contract can protect your financial interests.
Litigation refers to trial work. Many lawyers do not have trial experience, and are therefore limited in their ability to represent you to the fullest. Don Armstrong is a familiar face at the Lane County Courthouse where he litigates one to two cases per month.
Don's expertise in real estate transactions is well known among realtors, brokers, and mortgage lenders throughout Lane County. If you are considering a purchase, or need to protect your property rights, Don Armstrong can help.
Every client's needs are distinct. If we cannot represent you, we can likely recommend several good choices of attorneys, CPAs, therapists and other professionals.
Every client's needs are distinct. If we cannot represent you, we can likely recommend several good choices of attorneys, CPSs, therapists and other professionals.
Our offices are shared with Attorney John W. Billington who is available to handle our client's needs in our absence. A description of Mr. Billington's services can be found at: billingtonlawfirm.com.
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