If you are facing an Oregon divorce, we can help. Divorce cases can be very emotional and sometimes overwhelming cases because they frequently involve personal and intimate issues. Aside from the significant emotional component, divorce cases are often complex as well due to the need to divide assets and debts. A dedicated divorce attorney can be very helpful in advising you of all of your legal options and advocating for your rights.
If You’re Facing Divorce
Hire A Strong And Caring Advocate
We offer initial consultations at a reasonable cost in order to provide prospective clients with an overview of Oregon’s divorce process, to explain the services we offer, and to see if we’re a good fit for your case. We’ve been handling Oregon divorce cases throughout the state for over 11 years, so you know you’ll be in good hands. Here are just a few highlights of Mr. Romano’s experience and dedication to divorce and family law:
- Member of the Oregon State Bar’s Family Law Section
- Member of the American Bar Association’s Family law Section
- Member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
- Frequent Attendee of Oregon State Bar and Multnomah County Bar Association Family Law Lectures
- 250+ combined jury and bench trials
- 10,000+ hours in actual Oregon courtrooms around the state
To schedule a consultation, call our offices. We’re here to help.
Mr. Romano attended Southern Oregon University (formerly Southern Oregon State College) in Ashland, Oregon where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science, with a minor degree in Philosophy. He then received his Juris Doctorate at Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon. While in law school, Mr. Romano clerked for the Marion County District Attorney’s Office and developed a taste for trial work. He was then admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2000 and began his career as a prosecutor. He received his misdemeanor experience in Klamath County, felony experience in Coos County, and juvenile delinquency & dependency experience in Deschutes County. In early 2006, he then opened his private practice in Bend, Oregon with a strong focus on family law and criminal defense. In 2013, Mr. Romano opened an additional office in downtown Portland, Oregon. Mr. Romano has personally tried hundreds of jury trials, tried numerous bench trials, conducted traditional and video-recorded depositions, and has spent literally thousands of hours in courtrooms around Oregon. Mr. Romano stays current with changes in the law by consistently exceeding the minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements set by the Oregon State Bar. He’s a member of the Oregon Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, the Deschutes County Bar Association, the Multnomah County Bar Association, and the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Romano also attends seminars put on by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Mr. Romano has extensive experience in the areas of child custody, parenting time, child support, parent-child relocation, spousal support, property division, debt allocation, contempt actions, pendente lite hearings, depositions, mediation, arbitration, trials, contempt actions, prenuptial agreements, and restraining order hearings.