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I can help you find an attorney via a referral service link. I can also possibly provide some links to low cost / pro bono counsel in the state.
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Different contributor here. Please permit me to assist.
In my opinion, the finest, most ethical attorney in the county (and maybe in the state) is ***** *****. I don't know if he is still in practice, but according to the Oregon Bar, his license is active. If he can't help you, he can probably recommend someone who can.
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