Kelly M Stearns

Kelly M Stearns

Real Estate Attorney
Astoria, OR




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About Me

Picture Kelly Stearns has a background in real estate and is also a licensed Real Estate Broker in Oregon. Ms. Stearns focuses her practice on estate planning, contracts, land use and real estate issues. Ms. Stearns is also an avid equestrian and can assist you in all aspects of equine law. 

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Client Reviews

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Not your father's lawyer

Posted by: a Commercial Real Estate client about 2 years ago.

Easy to work with and made me feel confident that everything was being done. I felt comfortable with the fees as well.

Kelly Stearns is like a member of our family

Posted by: Pam over 3 years ago.

Over the past three years, Kelly has assisted my mother and me with valuable advise and excellent actions. Through wills, negotiations and at times,...
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Joseph A Di Bartolomeo
Joseph Di Bartolomeo

Astoria, OR

Almost 2 years ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Kelly has extensive experience in probate, estate planning and real estate matters. I regularly send my folks to Kelly because I know they are in...
Sharon Waldman
Sharon Waldman

Astoria, OR

About 2 years ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer.
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2008 License Status: Active for the state of Oregon.
Last updated by Avvo: 03/12/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2009 – present

Columbia Pacific Law Firm, LLC


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2000 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

University of California at Davis School of Law


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1997 MURALS: Mentorship in Undergraduate Research and Science

UC Davis


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2012- present Member

Oregon Women Lawyers

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2013 Who needs an Oregon Income Cap Trust?

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