Mark Kramer, Attorney, specializes in family law and civil litigation including personal injury, civil rights, and employment cases. He has more than 35 years of trial experience and extensive experience in family law issues ranging from adoption and contested custody to grandparent and psychological parent rights. Mark serves as a pro-tem judge for the Multnomah County Circuit Court. As co-counsel for the Oregon State Judiciary Committee and in private practice, Mark drafted family law legislation that is now Oregon law. Mark is the author of several articles about family law and is a frequent speaker on the subjects of grandparent and psychological parent rights.
Mark graduated with honors from Cornell University and then received his law degree from Northeastern University. He is listed in Who's Who in American Law. Mark received a 2023 Martindale-Hubbell ® Peer Review Rating of "Very High" in both "Legal Ability" and "Ethical Standards". Mark is married to a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has two adult sons. When not in the courtroom, Mark is an avid cyclist and a yoga enthusiast. He is also a member of the Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble (pjce.org), whose emission is to spur the commission and performance of original jazz works in Portland and beyond.
Erin O'Riley graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 2018. During law school, she clerked for the Oregon Department of Justice's Child Advocacy Section, representing the State of Oregon in juvenile dependency matters. Following graduation, Erin shifted her focus to family law with an emphasis on contested custody matters. Erin has represented clients in all stages of family law proceedings: from the initial filing for divorce or custody to modification of an existing judgment, Erin has the knowledge and experience to get your case resolved fairly and effectively.
Erin believes that the most important part of being a family law attorney is listening to her clients. Because no two family law cases are exactly alike, Erin believes that carefully listening for all the facts of your case and letting you know your options up front is important.
In addition to her regular practice, Erin also volunteers with the Domestic Violence Project at Legal Aid Services of Oregon, representing survivors of domestic violence pro-bono.
In her spare time, Erin enjoys cooking, reading, and exploring Oregon's natural beauty.
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