Divorce Lawyer Beaverton Oregon | Your Peaceful Resolution
We remain open to serve families in person, virtually, and by phone. Please call or email us for more information on the best option to meet your needs.
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Please contact us at 503.531.9109 or email tonya@alexanderoregonlaw.com

November 2020 update:  Tonya Alexander and paralegal, Cindy Armony, have both recently completed advanced trainings to optimize the online mediation experience from start to finish and assisting families more efficiently with the virtual environment during the pandemic.
Our Beaverton, Oregon mediation and law practice is exclusively devoted to helping families with peaceful, litigation free, resolutions to their legal issues. We aim to do this with as little conflict and stress as possible. This includes the collaborative method, mediation and co-mediation, “kitchen table settlement,” uncontested divorce, and legal coaching of self-represented clients. Tonya and her staff assist clients with the following domestic relations issues:
  • Collaborative legal separation and divorce
  • Amicable, uncontested separation and divorce
  • Unmarried parents cases involving custody, parenting time and child support
  • Modification of custody, parenting time and support
  • Strategic planning and consulting for all income levels and complexity
  • Domestic partnerships/same-sex marriages
  • Asset and liability distribution / child and spousal support issues
  • Mediation and Co-Mediation of all family law matters
  • Virtual mediation via Zoom video conference via web
  • Document review and drafting
  • Kitchen table divorce

In the middle of difficulty, lies opportunity   – Albert Einstein



Tonya’s style is to provide compassionate, fair and affordable services and reasonable divorce alternatives. Tonya is pleased to provide Mediation, Co-Mediation, and Legal Services ranging from hourly “pro-se coaching,” or unbundled legal services, to full representation in Collaborative Method cases or Wevorce mediation. See bridgesdivorce.com for Tonya’s local practice group site and www.collaborativepractice.com for the international collaborative site, as well as collaborativepracticeoregon.com for our Oregon state site to learn whether collaborative law or mediation is right for you and your family. While Tonya will not be the one to represent you, if you are in need of a trial attorney she is happy to provide referrals based on your individual needs.



In addition Tonya has over 19 years of experience handling family law matters. She services Beaverton, Hillsboro, Portland, Tigard, McMinnville, Aloha, Sherwood, Clackamas, Oregon City, Lake Oswego, Multnomah, Clackamas, Gresham, Wilsonville, Forest Grove, and Tualatin and in Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, Yamhill and Columbia Counties.   Tonya also has extensive experience with divorces involving clients employed at Nike, Intel, Tektronix, Solar World, Providence and other nearby companies.  For a free initial telephone consultation regarding an Oregon family law or mediation question, or to learn more about Collaborative law and mediation as an alternative to litigation, you may contact Tonya Alexander of Alexander Law, P.C. at (503) 531-9109.  Our office is conveniently located off of highway 26 approximately 20 minutes from downtown Portland in a beautiful class A building with easy, free parking and multiple conference rooms.


Finally Tonya Alexander licensed to practiced in the State of Oregon as an attorney. Her office located in Beaverton, Oregon is her principal one. This website provides information purposes only. No information on this site constitutes as legal advice. Nor is an attorney-client relationship established by the sending or responding to an e-mail. Web page visitors we encourage you to contact a lawyer for specific advice. Alexander Law Office, P.C. does not seek to represent you based upon your visit or review of this web page site. Lastly this web page site is considered advertising under Oregon State Bar rules. You should not make legal hiring decisions based upon brochures, advertising or other promotional devices.

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