Litowich Law, P.C.
Representing Clients In Salem And Throughout Oregon

About Litowich Law

Litowich LawOur attorney, Sarah M. Litowich, founded Litowich Law to help people in Oregon successfully resolve their most difficult legal issues.

Our attorney has experience handling all types of family law issues, including divorce, child custody, adoption, and paternity. Before establishing her family law practice in Salem, Oregon, Sarah helped people with a variety of cases, including family law cases, landlord and tenant cases, and felony and misdemeanor criminal law cases. At our law firm in Salem, we use all of our experience to help our clients solve their problems, sometimes even when those issues go beyond the family law setting.

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What Makes Us Different from Other Law Firms?

We focus on listening to our clients and understanding the issues that have brought them to us. We treat each and every client with respect, compassion and honesty. We pride ourselves on making ourselves available to our clients in a way that makes sense to them: We email, text, and have secure file sharing in addition to being available in person and on the phone. We're here for you how you need us.

Your input is crucial to helping us to understand your issues so we can guide you on a path that can help get you the results you want. If we are unable to help you with your legal matter, we will find someone who can.

Contact Us for Help with All Family Law Matters

We want to empower you to make informed decisions concerning your important family law issue. Armed with your story and your goals in mind, we will work hard to negotiate the results you want. If negotiations fail, we are prepared to take your matter to court. At Litowich Law, we listen. You get results. Call 503-298-6150 or contact us online to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

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