HOA and Condominium Law, Landlord/Tenant, Collections, Mediation/Arbitration, Bankruptcy, Real Estate Property Transactions, Foreclosure, Appellate
“I strive to establish a reliable and cohesive line of communication with clients to ensure their goals are prioritized and achieved. Digging into the intricacies of each matter and ensuring we have a comprehensive approach is part of my methodology for success.”
Gaining an extensive understanding of niche areas of law sets Stanton apart as an attorney; his expertise in lesser-known areas of law has helped secure large settlements for his clients. Stanton values communicating with his clients to understand every detail of their case and determine unique ways to position them for success. He represents clients concerning collections issues, landlord/tenant work, HOA and condominium law, bankruptcy issues, real estate transactions, foreclosures and post-foreclosure matters, and appellate law. He consistently advises clients to perform diligent reviews of their governing documents for adherence to current laws and statutes. Additionally, he emphasizes the importance of reviewing association documents to eliminate discriminatory provisions and language while always keeping open communications with associations for liaising between lenders and creditors for negotiation settlements.
With over 20 years of experience, Stanton is a determined and tenacious attorney. He recently received a favorable ruling in the Oregon Court of Appeals, confirming an association’s right to pursue a money judgment and foreclosure regardless of bankruptcy discharges. Stanton has secured large monetary victories with his strategic and diligent approach to each case.
Away from the office, Stanton enjoys spending time outdoors, white water rafting, and gardening. He has been part of the Oregon Bar since 2004.
- Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., 2004
- University of Kansas, European History, B.S., 1997
- Oregon State Bar