Let Famulary. Masterful Attorneys Protect Your Family
We create effective estate planning, asset protection, family law and probate strategies for families and individuals across Oregon.
Serving Clients Of All Ages And From All Walks Of Life
Many people associate estate planning as something for older people. The fact is that people of all ages and family structures can benefit substantially from an estate plan. It is essential to work closely with a lawyer who understands the law and how these laws apply to your specific situation.
Families throughout Oregon have placed their trust in Famulary. Masterful Attorneys. We are led by attorney Adam Famulary who devotes his entire practice to helping families plan for the future. With offices in Salem and Beaverton, we make it easy for clients across Portland and the surrounding regions to meet with us. We take on all types of issues, from straight-forward estate planning and probate law matters to complex issues regarding business succession planning and probate avoidance strategies. In addition, we represent people in family law matters, including divorce and custody.
An Informed Client Is Likely To Be A Satisfied Client
We place a high priority on giving our clients the information they need to make educated decisions about family law, estate planning, probate, elder law issues and Medicaid planning. When you have questions or concerns, we will be available to discuss these issues and respond to your needs.
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We will be upfront about the costs of our representation, and we will do everything we can to eliminate unwelcome surprises. Every step we take in your plan is aimed at forging strong attorney-client relationships and putting you in the best possible position going forward.
“Mr. Famulary has been unlike any other attorney I’ve dealt with. His friendly and engaging demeanor inspires the confidence that one hopes to have in one’s counsel. His only downfall is that he doesn’t practice every kind of law so that I might deal only with Mr. Famulary when legal advice is needed.” — Michael