Throughout the course of my case, Tricia was the ultimate professional, always keeping my, and my children’s, best interests at heart. Tricia brought her whole self to the table and really fought for my rights as a father.  Because of her hard work and unyielding efforts we were able to reach a very successful conclusion.  I would recommend Tricia to anyone who needs a strong, intelligent, and determined attorney on their side.  She is as good a litigator and representative as you will find. Chuck - Salem

She knows the law, the court system, the judicial process and guided me through unfamiliar waters with aplomb.  Her ability to strategize legal tactics, counsel me on personal conduct, and inform me of my rights, the laws of the state, and what would be a fair outcome are strengths of hers.  A very calming presence in a turbulent time.  I highly recommend Goldberg Jones and, especially, Tricia Webb. Brad - Dunthorpe

About Portland divorce for men attorney Tricia Webb


Tricia Webb
BA Government Studies/Pre-Law, Eastern Washington University
JD, Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law

“Tricia is about the most tenacious litigator I have had the pleasure of working with”, lauds Managing Attorney Colin Amos. “Her significant criminal defense background and litigation experience gives clients comfort when settlement discussions fail. She is what we would call a “bulldog” for her clients. Men especially like the fact she is a very strong advocate in custody and spousal support cases.” Her very effective philosophy of preparing every case as if it were going to trial leads to better outcomes in settlement for her clients.

“The overwhelming majority of my family law clients are men”, Tricia acknowledges. “My first job as an attorney was working for Legal Aid representing women in Divorce, Custody and Restraining Order cases, which greatly helped me in understanding the mentality of the typical opponent here at Goldberg Jones.”

In her nearly non-existent free time, Tricia enjoys Portland nightlife, music, swimming, microbrews, books, dogs and candy.