Troy D. Nixon

Troy D. Nixon is an accomplished attorney with multiple recognitions as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers.  With over a decade of experience helping individuals and businesses navigate complex legal situations, Troy represents clients across the State of Oregon specializing in family law, criminal defense, business law, bankruptcy law, estate law, and civil litigation.  Troy is a native fifth generation Oregonian and a fourth generation Oregon attorney.  Growing up in rural Oregon until the age of 18 and being a longtime resident of Portland has given Troy deep insight into the clients he serves.  No matter the issue at hand or the area of Oregon that his client resides, they can count on Troy to advocate for them aggressively, tirelessly, and effectively.  Advising his clients with compassion and insight are the cornerstone of Troy’s counseling philosophy. His extensive experience in general litigation allows him to identify both issues at hand and those on the horizon.

Troy tailors his representation to meet the needs of each individual client and/or business. His aim is to help his clients reach their goals as quickly and efficiently as possible.  In addition to any circuit court in Oregon, Troy is also admitted to appear in the US District Court for the District of Oregon (federal court).

“My clients come from many different communities, have differing sensibilities and varying needs.  I have learned to listen first, then provide each client with the advice that best suits their desired outcome.  My greatest task is to provide precise and effective legal counsel that truly serves the client.”

Away from the office, Troy teaches as an adjunct professor at Lewis & Clark Law School, performs at local music venues with his band, plays basketball, and enjoys time with his family.

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