150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Gilbert B. Feibleman

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Feibleman & Case P.C.

Contact Information

Office
1815 Commercial St., S.

Salem OR 97302-5203
Work (503) 399-9218
Fax (503) 589-0159


Practice State

Oregon

Introduction

A firm that specializes in telling clients what they "need" to hear rather than what they often "want" to hear. Clear and Professional Guidance and Represention through a difficult process.

Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Complex Asset, Spousal Support and Custody Matters

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Counties

  • Clackamas, Oregon
  • Clatsop, Oregon
  • Coos, Oregon
  • Douglas, Oregon
  • Lincoln, Oregon
  • Linn, Oregon
  • Marion, Oregon
  • Multnomah, Oregon
  • Polk, Oregon
  • Washington, Oregon
  • Yamhill, Oregon

Education

McGeorge Scool of Law

Legal Organizations

US Supreme Court; US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals; US District Court - Oregon; Diplomate of the American College of Family Trial Lawyers; Marion County Bar Association, President, 1996; State Bar of Oregon, Family Law Section President; Board Member, Oregon Academy of Family Law Practitioners, 1990-present;International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; American Bar Association; American Trial Lawyers Association.

Awards

Listed in "Best Lawyers since 2001, American College of Family Trial Lawyers

CLE Presentations

Presentations in Oregon, Illinois, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Colorado & Washington. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MATRIMONIAL LAWYERS, OREGON CHAPTER: "Dissipation of Assets and Income: How to find it, how to prove it and how to keep it," 1997, 2002; "Hot Tips on Attorney Fees," 2008. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MATRIMONIAL LAWYERS, KENTUCKY CHAPTER: "What Judges Need to Know to Decide Complex Financial Issues Cases, 2003; Panel Moderator: The Judges Perspective on Complex Financial Issues Cases, 2003; Panel: "Dirty Tricks/Ethics: The Bad, the Worse and The Ugly, 2003; "Making Time Matter: Balancing your personal and professional life in an ethical manner, 2006. AMERICAN BAR ASSN., FAMILY LAW SECTION: Panel: "Ethics at Trial In Spite of Your Client," 2003. ATLANTA, GEORGIA BAR ASSN.: "Client Relations and Attorney Fees: Tips from the Trenches," 2007. INNS OF COURT-WILLAMETTE CHAPTER: "Attorney Fees in Civil Litigation," 1998; "Rebuttal Argument in Civil Litigation," 1999; "Objections and Motions in Limine," 1999. LAW EDUCATION INSTITUTE, Colorado: "Use and Creation of Computer Generated Exhibits: How to make Judges see your point even when they are not listening," 1994; "Ethics for the Matrimonial Lawyer: The Bounds of Advocacy," 1995; "Dissipation of Assets and Income: How to find it, how to prove it and how to keep it," 1997; "The Psychology of Divorce Settlement Negotiations: How to get both sides to see the light," 2000; "How to Make Difficult Cases Simple for the Judge, 2003; "Attorney Fees and Client Relations," 2008. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY BAR ASSN.: "What Judges Need to Know to Decide Complex Financial Issues Cases, 2003; Panel Moderator: The Judges Perspective on Complex Financial Issues Cases, 2003; Panel: "Dirty Tricks/Ethics: The Bad, the Worse and The Ugly, 2003; "Making Time Matter: Balancing your personal and professional life in an ethical manner, 2006. MULTNOMAH COUNTY BAR ASSN.: "Attorney Fees and Client Relations," 2008. OREGON ACADEMY OF FAMILY LAW LAWYERS: "Use and Creation of Computer Generated Exhibits," 1996. OREGON JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT: Family Law for new Judges, 2005. OREGON STATE BAR: "Child custody in juvenile court-tactics for the maze," 1988; "You are worth it: Tips for getting paid," 1990; "Enforcement of Judgments," Chapter in Dissolution Practice 2-Volume Set, 1989; "Tough issues in today’s practice," 1994; "Dissipation of Marital Assets and Income: The Resurrection of Fault in a ‘No Fault’ Era," Family Law Newsletter, 1997; "Child Support for Children Attending School," 1998; "Defining Income for Calculating Spousal Support," 2000; "Child Support for Adult Children, 2002; "MAKING TIME MATTER: Tips, Forms & Resources to Help Reduce Stress and Balance your Professional and Personal Life," 2005; "Learning the Ropes - Family Law," 2006, 2007. OREGON TRIAL LAWYERS ASSN.: "Getting Fathers Custody," 1982. WILLAMETTE LAW SCHOOL: Trial Practice: Opening Statement, Closing Statement, Moot Court Judge; Family Law: Divorce Negotiations, Basics of Family Law in Oregon, Client Relations; Pre-Trial Practice: Attorney Fees and Client Relations; Ethics: Attorney Fees and Client Relations; Family Law Practice; Instructor, 2007-2008. OREGON JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT: Family Law For New Judges, 2005; "Feibleman’s Short Sheets of Family Law" provided by the Judicial Dept. to all new Judges, materials posted on-line for existing judges by the court.

Author

CISI: "Oregon Family Law Practice for Paralegals," 1996. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY LAW: "The Art of Divorce Settlement Negotiations," co-authored, Vol. 14, No. 2, Summer 2000; "Electronic Eavesdropping and Wiretapping in Divorce Cases, co-authored, Vo. 16, No.1, Spring 2002. FAIR SHARE: "Dissipation of Marital Assets and Income: The Resurrection of Fault in a ‘No Fault’ Era" Vol. 17, No. 10, October 1997. FEIBLEMAN & CASE P.C.: "Feibleman’s Short Sheets on Family Law - A Judicial Aid," 1994 - 2008. MINNESOTA FAMILY LAW JOURNAL: "The Art of Divorce Settlement Negotiations," co-authored Vol. 14, No. 2, Jan/Feb 2001. NATIONAL BUSINESS INSTITUTE: "Child Custody & Visitation in Oregon," 1991. WILEY LAW PUBLICATIONS: "Dissipation of Assets and Income: How to find it, how to prove it and how to keep it," co-authored chapter in the 1999 Family Law Update.

AAML National

Former member of the National Board of Governors.

AAML Chapter

CLE Chair; Past-President, Oregon Chapter.

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