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Lewis Irwin Landerholm

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Portland Divorce Attorney Lewis Landerholm realized the importance of family and justice from a very young age. With grandparents in the legal field, a mother in education and a father who was a domestic violence counselor, Lewis was raised by a family dedicated to helping people. His role models taught Lewis that the world is a complicated place where education and a helping hand could make all the difference.


Dedicated to helping families through challenging times, Lewis founded Landerholm Law. He is known as a perceptive and compassionate lawyer who excels at helping those dealing with divorce and custody cases. Lewis handles the management of his firm, as well as a full caseload. His ability to be straightforward and understand both sides without personal bias has been crucial to the success of his practice.

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Practice areas

Licensed

  1. Family: 100%

Payment

Fees:

Hourly ($210-250/hour), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (sometimes), Free consultation (30 minutes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Attorney endorsements

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  • Jack G Dekovich

    Lewis is a giant in the legal field. In his practice he works tirelessly to create opportunities for all people in our community to have access to justice. Lewis gives the attorneys in his employ all of the tools needed to provide the very best legal representation in the Pacific Northwest. Working for Lewis has been invaluable to my career development. If I were going through a family law crisis I would look no further than Landerholm Law.

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    Jack Dekovich Family Attorney
    Relationship: Worked for lawyer

  • Thomas Arthur Hackett

    I have consulted Lewis multiple times on family law matters and referred several clients to his office. Lewis and his staff have been professional, prompt, and knowledgeable. I continue to refer people with divorce and other family law issues to Lewis.

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    Thomas Hackett Business Attorney
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Contact info

Landerholm Law

9320 SW Barbur Blvd.
Suite. 160
Portland, OR, 97219

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ORActive201001/18/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Area ManagerEnterprise Rent-A-Car1999 - 2007
Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
Landerholm Law BlogOregon Restraining Orders Part 2: Stalking Protective Orders2015
Landerholm Law Blog5 Signs That a DIY Divorce Could be Right for You2015
Landerholm Law BlogOregon Restraining Orders Part 1: Family Abuse Prevention Action (FAPA) Restraining Orders2015
Collaborative Divorce BlogOUR ORIGINAL DIVORCE AGREEMENT DOESN’T WORK FOR US ANYMORE! NOW WHAT?2015
Collaborative Divorce BlogTRANSPARENCY AND PRIVACY IN COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE2015
Collaborative Divorce Blog4 WAYS COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE DIFFERS FROM TRADITIONAL DIVORCE2015
Collaborative Divorce BlogTHREE SIGNS THAT COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE MIGHT BE RIGHT FOR YOU2015
Landerholm Law Blog4 Differences Between California and Oregon Divorce Laws2015
Landerholm Law BlogUnderstanding Oregon Parental Rights for Unmarried Parents2015
Collaborative Divorce BlogA BRIEF HISTORY OF COLLABORATIVE LAW2015
Collaborative Divorce BlogWHY AVOID CONFLICT IN DIVORCE?2015
Landerholm Law BlogOregon Divorce: Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Dissolution2015
Landerholm Law Blog5 Situations Where You May Need to Modify Your Divorce Agreement2015
Collaborative Divorce Blog4 KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE AND MEDIATED DIVORCE2015
Collaborative Divorce BlogCOLLABORATIVE DIVORCE IS NOT JUST FOR LOW-CONFLICT COUPLES2015
Landerholm Law BlogInfidelity and Divorce in Oregon2015
Landerholm Law BlogOregon Divorce: Understanding the Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)2015
Collaborative Divorce Blog8 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN USING THE COLLABORATIVE LAW APPROACH TO DEVELOP A VISITATION SCHEDULE, PART I2015
Collaborative Divorce Blog8 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN USING THE COLLABORATIVE LAW APPROACH TO DEVELOP A VISITATION SCHEDULE, PART II2015
Landerholm Law Blog5 Situations Where You May Need to Modify Your Divorce Agreement2015
Landerholm Law BlogOregon Divorce: Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Dissolution2015
Collaborative Divorce Blog4 KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE AND MEDIATED DIVORCE2015
Collaborative Divorce BlogCOLLABORATIVE DIVORCE IS NOT JUST FOR LOW-CONFLICT COUPLES2015
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Willamette University College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2009
University of Oregon School of LawEconomicsBS - Bachelor of Science1999