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Zachary Fisher

Phone: 503-419-6422
Zachary Fisher was born and raised in the small, rural town of Washington, Indiana. From a young age, Zachary was taught the importance and value of hard work, community, and service. He spent most of his summers working on the family farm, playing sports, and participating in local and state 4-H fairs. Zachary attended college at the University of Evansville, double majoring in Political Science and International Studies. During this time, he also spent four years in the Army Reserves and studied abroad at the extraordinary Harlaxton College in Grantham, England. Zachary credits these experiences with imparting the importance of service, constant self-improvement, and appreciating diverse backgrounds. After college - motivated by a deep desire to serve those around him - Zachary moved West to Salem, Oregon to study law at Willamette University College of Law. Since then, he has been happy to call Oregon his home. Zachary understands that domestic relations disputes are often deeply personal and emotional, and are often the most difficult moments in peoples’ lives. As your attorney and member of the Litowich Law team, Zachary strives to empower his clients and help them make informed decisions regarding their legal issues. Zachary works hard to craft solutions that not only protect your rights in the short-term, but also help improve relationships for the long-term. When he is not in the office, Zachary spends his free time reading, listening to music, and traveling with his wife and pit-mix Luna. He is an avid soccer fan and is a long-time supporter of London-based club Chelsea F.C. and, more recently, the Portland Thorns. Zachary also enjoys exploring the many beautiful wineries and parks all across Oregon.


  • Willamette University College of Law; Salem, Oregon; J.D.
  • University of Evansville; Evansville, Indiana; B.A. Political Science, International Studies


  • Family law
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Parenting Time
  • Child Support
  • FAPA orders
  • Third-party rights