Chance Fewel

“Your candid advice, calm support and professionalism were greatly appreciated during my divorce process. After our first counsel you truly set my mind at ease. I am so fortunate to have been in such good hands.”
Gene – Portland

“Chance Fewel remained professional and patient throughout the minor issues that plagued the process and kept me regularly updated. He handled these issues with compassion and again, professionalism. I was very satisfied with Chance and would gladly recommend his services.”
Vern – North Plains

“We have reached the end………………FINALLY! I couldn’t be happier. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your help! Like you said, nobody really wins. You were excellent at keeping me focused. Thank you so much”.
Gary – Wilsonville

Chance Fewel

BA Rhetoric and Media Studies, Willamette University
JD, University of Oregon School of Law

“Chance is the type of attorney who immediately rolls up his sleeves and gets his hands dirty”, notes Managing Attorney Colin Amos. “He is not afraid to take on the most complicated case and follow it through to conclusion. This is why he has had such success in child custody cases which are often the most contentious types of cases in family law.” Having litigated numerous Trials gives him a decisive advantage in both negotiations and trial if necessary. His clients appreciate his compassionate, direct and decisive advice when making tough decisions. “Once a decision has been made, his clients take comfort in knowing they have an attorney that will follow through.”

Chance gets that family law is about helping people when they need help. He further notes that “there is nothing more important than your children and their safety. “I have the ability to provide outstanding personal and professional support during this highly emotional process. I have the experience to take cases the distance to trial, but am progressive enough to take advantage of alternative dispute resolution methods such as Mediation.”

Chance enjoys working out, managing his fantasy teams and coaching his boys’ sports teams.