About Joe Copeland
Joe Copeland represents small businesses and individuals, concentrating in family law, business law, personal injury, and civil litigation. Behind Joe’s straightforward, people-oriented approach to helping clients is a solid educational background and more than 20 years experience. He is a bright, creative problem solver committed to his clients' needs. He graduated from the Honors Program at the University of Kansas and was awarded his law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law. Joe practiced in North Carolina for five years before moving to Oregon where he has practiced law since 2005.
Family law and divorce
Joe practices in all areas of family law, including:
- Divorce and separation
- Child custody and parenting time
- Property division
- Spousal support
- Child Support
- Collection and enforcement actions
- Modifications of existing judgments
- Restraining Orders
Joe has substantial experience in divorce, custody and domestic relations matters. He is results-oriented and works closely with his clients in developing creative strategies to achieve their goals. Joe takes pride in being well-prepared and thorough. He is accessible to his clients and responsive to their needs.
Please contact Joe for legal advice, counsel and representation.
Joe provides a wide variety of business laws services for his clients, including:
- Business organization and formation, including:
- Corporations (Subchapter S or Subchapter C)
- Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
- Sole Proprietorships
- Contract drafting and negotiation
- Lease review and negotiation
- Business negotiations
- Business transactions
- Sales of businesses and asset purchase agreements
- Business litigation
- Arbitration and Mediation
Personal injury law
Joe represents individuals and families in Oregon in cases of motor vehicle negligence claims, catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. Joe takes pride in providing personal attention to his clients and giving thoughtful advice throughout the process.
Joe knows how to negotiate with insurance companies and, if necessary, take your case to arbitration or trial. It is important to obtain legal advice as early in your case as possible. Call Joe about your case at 503-245-0894.
6500 S. Macadam Ave.