We care about our clients. You can learn more about each of us by reading our profiles listed below. Our office is located in Salem, Oregon and we love helping families with difficult yet important moments in their lives. Whether it is an adoption, divorce, a new estate plan, trust or a last will and testament, our team is dedicated to service and family.
Kristin is the managing partner at LaMont Law. She has been practicing family law for more than two decades. She grounds herself in compassion and diligence in order to work toward resolutions that are workable in your daily life and minimize conflict. She teaches law practice technology at the Willamette University School of Law and brings that expertise to the firm so that our processes are cutting edge and streamlined to better serve you. She enjoys growing flowers, helping others, and constantly learning. Learn more about Kristin at her biographical profile page.
Tim has been practicing since 2004. He loves litigating and helping families move on to the next step in their lives.
Originally from Kansas, Tim has lived in Mexico and many other states before coming to Oregon to practice law. He has a wife and two young children. Learn more about Tim at his biographical profile page.
Melissa is the foundation of our modern legal practice. She has implemented every technology solution that makes us work. And, she manages staff and attorneys while ensuring customer service is the best it can be.
Bobbie has over 20 years of experience working in family law. She has lived all over the world and has made her home here in Oregon where she lives with her husband. An advanced knitter, Bobbie often works for fashion designers who contract her as an atelier. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in textile art.
Reception and Legal Assistant
Zack is professional and welcoming. Our clients appreciate his grace and poise and he is always dressed impeccably. He believes in service to others. A long-time Salem resident, he enjoys his time with family, watching historical documentaries or TED talks, and going on hikes throughout Oregon.