Grant Burton Oregon lawyer

Grant Burton


Estates and Trusts Team Leader

For the past 21 years, I have helped individuals, families, and small businesses in Oregon develop solutions to a variety of legal problems. I take a pragmatic, goal-oriented approach to helping my clients achieve success. While there are many attorneys in Oregon, I hope to stand out through a relentless focus on solving problems for my clients.

Whether I am drafting an estate plan, negotiating a settlement, or advising a business owner - my focus is the same: achieving my client's goals at the lowest possible cost. To that end, I promise to always give a client an honest analysis of the client's case.

As a former economics major, I view the practice of law as a business. I am providing a service to a consumer of legal services - my client. When I provide a better service at a lower cost compared to other lawyers, my client and I will both benefit. I work hard to build long-term relationships with clients who will consult with me about a variety of legal issues.

While the practice of law is a business, it is also an art. As an attorney, I am constantly meeting unique people with unique problems. I truly enjoy helping clients overcome difficult legal issues to lead happier, healthier lives. I have been our firm's managing shareholder since August 2006.

Outside of the office, my interests include physical fitness, website development, gardening, and spending time with my family.

Hillsboro estate lawyer Grant Burton

Areas of Practice


  • University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law (J.D., 2001)
  • University of Florida (B.S., Economics, 1998)
  • Archmere Academy High School (1994)


  • Law of Intestate Succession (Probate Process from Start to Finish), 2017, National Business Institute
  • Working with Executors and Administrators (Probate Process from Start to Finish), 2016, National Business Institute
  • Ethics (Probate Boot Camp), 2015, National Business Institute
  • Keys to Managing Financial Information (Divorce Cases From Start to Finish for Paralegals), 2014, Insititute for Paralegal Education

Admitted to Practice

  • Oregon
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon
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