Our clients come to us for our skills, experience, and established credibility in the court room. They appreciate the in-depth personal attention we deliver to them and their legal issues.Each dedicated member of our legal team is committed to helping you make solid decisions that balances the cost and risk of each case.
The attorneys of Oliveros Law Group PC, a proven law firm with offices in Clackamas and Beaverton, represent clients throughout Portland and across Oregon including Multnomah County, Clackamas County, and Washington County, and communities such as Milwaukie, Gladstone, Oregon City, Lake Oswego, West Linn, Wilsonville, Gresham, and Sandy.
Depending on your specific situation, a legal misstep could damage your financial stability and prospects, harm your family, and even cost you your freedom. We urge you to contact our Clackamas firm and arrange a helpful, and informative consultation to begin exploring options and solutions that work for you.
Original founder of the Oliveros Law Group, Gregory Paul Oliveros is a native Oregonian and passionate supporter of this great state. Mr. Oliveros has a deep commitment to his community. From his involvement with his children’s extracurricular activities during their youth, to being an active community leader in various capacities over the years. Mr. Oliveros continues to look for ways that his law firm can support his local community. However, it’s in his work as an attorney in which Mr. Oliveros is most passionate. When asked what differentiates himself from other attorneys, Mr. Oliveros states,
“Energy and Vision! Outside of the box thinking and new ideas on how to approach each individual client is why our success rate is so high. It’s important to bring a can-do-attitude to each one of our clients, as that builds trust and allows us to work together to build a plan that gets our clients to their goal.”
Mr. Oliveros has extensive educational credentials. In 1973, he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and worked in the Portland Public School District until 1987. His last five years he was the assistant principle of Humboldt Elementary. During this time, Mr. Oliveros earned two Masters Degrees from Portland State University, both in education fields of study. Finally, he earned his Juris Doctorate in Law from Lewis & Clark Law School in 1990 and began his practice in 1991. Greg is constantly thinking about how to serve his clients better and how best to ease their burdens. Mr. Oliveros has actively worked as a criminal defense lawyer for over twenty five-years now. Criminal defense, family law and personal injury are focus areas of practice for Mr. Oliveros and his firm. His success rate is why new clients consistently seek Mr. Oliveros out for counsel. Mr. Oliveros has also been a member of the Family Law Section of the Oregon State Bar.
“In growing my law firm over the years, I have always believed it is important to stay sharp and forward thinking for the benefit of my past, current and future clients. We are always learning. Remember it’s not always what we know, but what we do. That is the value that we bring to each client.”
Mr. Oliveros carries on these philosophies in his home life as well. He and his wife Gina have been married since 1984. They have three children and three granddaughters and one great grandson. Mr. Oliveros enjoys spending time with family and loves to travel with his wife when time allows. His commitment to leadership and client relations is what has made the Oliveros Law Group a premiere law firm in the Clackamas and greater Portland, Oregon area.
Louren Oliveros is a board certified civil trial lawyer and member of the National Board of Trial Advocacy (ABA accredited) and holds an associate member rank with the American Board of Trial Advocacy. Louren has the highest rating for legal and ethical excellence by Martindale-Hubbell, AV Preeminent. Louren also graduated from the prestigious Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College. She was recently honored to accept an appointment to serve on the New Mexico Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Committee (2015) and she served on the New Mexico Supreme Court Rules of Evidence Committee (2014/2015). Louren is a member of the American Association for Justice, ABA Women Rainmakers Committee, New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association and the New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
Louren’s philosophy is to put hard work and heart in all that she does. She is known to take on tough cases and fight for her clients. She has taken over 20 cases to trial before juries in criminal and civil courts
Christopher P. Lachmann is The Oliveros Law Group Managing Director and chief financial office. He came to the firm in early 2017 after working with Mr. Oliveros for 4 years in a consultative role. Mr. Lachmann has a diverse background working in executive management and operational roles. Ultimately, his focus is to increase revenue and profitability, a skill set Mr. Lachmann has successfully taken with him to a handful of companies over the last 20 years. When asked about his approach to growing a law firm he states,
“The life blood of any business is the customers. Same with a law firm. Each client must be given the very same level of respect and priority as the next. Raising the bar on client relationships is how great reputations are built.”
Mr. Lachmann spent 11 years working in the alcohol beverage industry, specializing in executive growth plans for profitability along with aiding in government compliancy. For the next 9 years, he worked in digital marketing at the executive and consultative level. His overall creative thinking, intuition and persistence is why his success rate is so high. Mr. Lachmann’s enthusiasm and passion for supporting his co-workers in helping people, is considered an asset at The Oliveros Law Group.
Carrie Majors-Staab is a Senior Associate Attorney with the Oliveros Law Group. She was born and raised here in Portland, OR, and graduated from Milwaukie High School. She then enrolled into Oregon State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. Ms. Majors-Staab then went on to attend Lewis & Clark, Northwest School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctorate. Over the past 20 years Carrie has been practicing law, focused on areas such as, Family Law, Real Estate Law and Business Law. Her no-non-sense approach to her client’s matters is one that is valued both by her team and her clients. Carrie is a hands-on attorney that works with her staff and her client’s in a collaborative effort to find solutions as team. Carrie is also known for her compassion when dealing with clients and listening to their concerns and the challenges they may be facing. When asked why she wanted to become an attorney, Ms. Majors-Staab states:
“I applied to law school because I wanted to help people. Through my law practice, I developed a passion for helping people through difficult times. My focus is to help people understand the complexities of the law. Through transparency and information sharing, I can help people navigate the legal system and find the results they seek.”
Carrie has two sons and lives in Happy Valley. When she is not working, she enjoys gardening, baking, and practices martial arts. She is active in her community volunteering with her youngest son’s Boy Scout troop. Her oldest son is considering a career in the law and loves researching Constitutional Law issues and together they review the cases and discuss them. Carrie brings deep work ethic to the Oliveros Law group and her integrity with her clients is why she is such a valued member of the Oliveros Law Group team.
Eric Wolfe is an associate attorney at the Oliveros Law Group. Mr. Wolfe was born and raised in the great state of Nevada in Reno. After high school, Eric attended the University of Nevada in Reno and earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Knowing that he wanted to help people navigate the legal system, he then went to the University of Oregon law school to earn his Juris Doctorate. During his years studying, Eric worked in manufacturing and put himself through school. Since becoming an attorney, Mr. Wolfe has gained experience working in several areas of practice, he is knowledgeable in personal injury matters, wills and estate planning and criminal defense. He is passionate about wanting to help people and he takes a creative approach to building unique strategies for each individual client. When asked what he likes most about being an attorney, Mr. Wolfe states,
“I am a blue-collar guy. I like helping people in my community and those that are often overlooked or underrepresented. I am a problem solver, and I love puzzles. Taking a creative approach to helping a client is much like solving a puzzle. Every matter is different and unique, just like our clients. I simply want to do my very best for each client.”
When Eric is not working, he enjoys spending time with friends and family. Eric is an avid billiards player and has played in some leagues around town. He also enjoys working on motorcycles and engines. While Eric enjoys his hobbies and recreation, he is most passionate about helping people and that is why he is an invaluable team member at the Oliveros Law Group.
Wendy Melby is a Senior Paralegal at the Oliveros Law Group. Her ability to perform at a high level of productivity and fluidity between cases makes her an invaluable member of the team. Wendy came to the firm in 2015. Prior to that she worked in construction management, while raising her children. She was an active parent volunteering in the Clackamas county school district and staying involved with all 3 of her children. She has brought a great deal of leadership and organization to the team through priority and case management. She is passionate about her career and the work the firm does on behalf of all its clients. She states,
“The people make The Oliveros Law Group great! Every time one of our attorneys wins a case, it’s a win for the whole team. I really like knowing that I was a part of that success on behalf of the client. It feels good knowing you’re helping others.”
When Wendy is not working, she enjoys spending time with her partner and all their children. On weekends, you can find her going hiking, antiquing, or at home with her children. Her commitment to her career, the people she helps and her professional drive, have made her an invaluable part of The Oliveros Law Group
Anne Toomey is a paralegal at the Oliveros Law Group. She was born and raised in Portland, Oregon and graduated from Wilson High School. She then attended Portland Community College, where she successfully earned an associate degree in Criminal Justice, as well as an associate degree in Paralegal studies. She graduated with honors. During her studies, Anne began working in the funeral business, where she spent the next 20 years of her career. However, she wanted to still work in the law and had a passion for wanting to help people get through the difficult process of navigating the legal system. Ms. Toomey began working for another law firm and after working for several years in family law, she came to the Oliveros Law Group and is now Paralegal to Mr. Oliveros. When asked what she enjoys most about working at the Oliveros Law Group, she states: “The Oliveros Law Group is different from other law firms. We are a team here and everyone supports each other. The clients see it and they feel like everyone here cares about them. I like that I am trusted and given responsibility, and I am encouraged to be successful. I have never experienced a work environment with so much support. I truly feel like respected and valued here.” Anne has two children, her son and daughter and when Anne is not working, she is spending time with her family. She and her children enjoy coin collecting and rock hunting as well as road trips together and spending time at the Portland Zoo. They are also avid football fans and love to watch the games together. Anne’s commitment to her team and our clients is a wonderful addition to the Oliveros Law Group.
Pierre Sabagh is the Oliveros Law Group’s Law Clerk. Mr. Sabagh was born and raised in the great state of Michigan. His mother and father have three sons of which Pierre is the oldest. He grew up working in his family’s business, working closely with his father. He then went to college at Arizona State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a minor in International studies. Mr. Sabagh then entered law school at Lewis and Clark, where he is currently studying for his Juris Doctorate. He is also the Vice president of the Business Law Society. Currently, Mr. Sabagh is clerking for both the personal injury and employment law teams at Oliveros Law Group. When asked what he values most about his work, he states, “This firm is like a big family. I love getting to work with people I truly value and respect, but more importantly, I like that our team always places priority on the clients. We work as a team to provide the best service for our clients. That is what is most rewarding for me.” Pierre is a huge sports fan. Growing up in Michigan, he is a huge Detroit Red Wings fan and loves the sport of hockey. Pierre enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He is a ‘foodie” and loves going to new restaurants. He also enjoys hiking and engaging in outdoor activities. Mr. Sabagh is a valued asset and continues to bring a great energy to his team every day.