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Since 2005, Erin Uhlemann has helped individuals and families facing financial difficulties file for bankruptcy relief. Erin's compassion and understanding of the law have helped hundreds of Oregonians achieve a financial fresh start. She started Willamette Valley Bankruptcy to focus on helping clients with bankruptcy and debt issues in the Lane County Area. Erin understands that choosing a bankruptcy attorney who makes you feel comfortable and confident can be as difficult as deciding whether to file a bankruptcy case. Because she knows that filing bankruptcy is not something that you planned to do or look forward to doing, Erin strives to make the process as easy as possible.

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  • Court upholds a gun control law intended to protect domestic violence victims

    Court upholds a gun control law intended to protect domestic violence victims

    U.S. Supreme Court News 06/22/2024

    The Supreme Court on Friday upheld a federal gun control law that is intended to protect victims of domestic violence.In their first Second Amendment case since they expanded gun rights in 2022, the justices ruled 8-1 in favor of a 1994 ban on firear...

  • Justin Timberlake charged with driving while intoxicated in the Hamptons

    Justin Timberlake charged with driving while intoxicated in the Hamptons

    Court Watch 06/19/2024

    Pop star Justin Timberlake was charged early Tuesday with drunken driving in a village in New York’s Hamptons, after police said he ran a stop sign and veered out of his lane in the posh seaside summer retreat.The boy band singer-turned-solo st...

  • Ex-Thailand PM Shinawatra indicted for defaming monarchy

    Ex-Thailand PM Shinawatra indicted for defaming monarchy

    Recent Cases 06/16/2024

    Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra was indicted and arraigned Tuesday on a charge of defaming the country’s monarchy in one of several court cases that have rattled Thai politics. He was granted bail.Thaksin is the unofficial power b...

  • Unanimous Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication

    Unanimous Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication

    U.S. Supreme Court News 06/13/2024

    The Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously preserved access to a medication that was used in nearly two-thirds of all abortions in the U.S. last year, in the court’s first abortion decision since conservative justices overturned Roe v. Wade two ...

  • Justice Alito questions possibility of political compromise in secret recording

    Justice Alito questions possibility of political compromise in secret recording

    U.S. Supreme Court News 06/11/2024

    Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito is heard questioning whether compromise between the left and right is possible in a conversation posted on social media. The conservative justice is also heard agreeing with a woman who says the United States should...

  • Ippei Mizuhara sports betting case: Shohei Ohtani interpreter pleads guilty

    Ippei Mizuhara sports betting case: Shohei Ohtani interpreter pleads guilty

    U.S. Court News 06/05/2024

    As an interpreter, Ippei Mizuhara was supposed to bridge the gap between baseball star Shohei Ohtani and his English-speaking teammates and fans as the duo traveled from Southern California to ballparks across the U.S.Instead, Mizuhara exploited the ...

  • Supreme Court gives homeowners another chance in escrow dispute

    Supreme Court gives homeowners another chance in escrow dispute

    Legal Events 06/02/2024

    The Supreme Court on Thursday gave homeowners another chance to force Bank of America and other large banks to pay interest on mortgage escrow accounts.The court unanimously threw out an appeals court ruling in favor of Bank of America, which has ref...

  • A Thai court sentences an opposition lawmaker to 2 years in prison

    A Thai court sentences an opposition lawmaker to 2 years in prison

    Court Watch 05/29/2024

    A Thai court on Monday sentenced a lawmaker from a progressive opposition party to two years in prison after finding her guilty of defaming the monarchy in a speech she made during a protest rally three years ago.Chonthicha Jangrew of the Move Forwar...

  • Trial turns testy as Trump lawyers try to pique fixer-turned-witness

    Trial turns testy as Trump lawyers try to pique fixer-turned-witness

    U.S. Court News 05/24/2024

    After approximately five weeks, 19 witnesses, reams of documents and a dash of salacious testimony, the prosecution against Donald Trump rested its case Monday, handing over to the defense before closing arguments expected next week.Trump’s tea...

  • Top UN court orders Israel to halt military offensive in Rafah

    Top UN court orders Israel to halt military offensive in Rafah

    Legal Events 05/21/2024

    The United Nations’ top court ordered Israel on Friday to immediately halt its military offensive in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, but stopped short of ordering a cease-fire for the enclave. Although Israel is unlikely to comply with the ord...

  • Supreme Court: CFPB funding doesn't violate Constitution

    Supreme Court: CFPB funding doesn't violate Constitution

    U.S. Courts Newsroom 05/17/2024

    The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a conservative-led attack that could have undermined the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.The justices ruled 7-2 that the way the CFPB is funded does not violate the Constitution, reversing a lower court and...

  • TikTok content creators sue the US government over potential ban

    TikTok content creators sue the US government over potential ban

    Legal Events 05/14/2024

    Eight TikTok content creators sued the U.S. government on Tuesday, issuing another challenge to the new federal law that would ban the popular social media platform nationwide if its China-based parent company doesn’t sell its stakes within a y...

New York Adoption, Foster Care Litigation and Family Law

Rosin Steinhagen Mendel is a law firm dedicated to serving our clients in New York City, the surrounding counties in southern New York State, and in New Jersey, in the areas of adoption, foster care litigation, and family law.

We represent our clients in all types of proceedings that include termination of parental rights, permanency hearings, custody hearings, guardianship, administrative proceedings, and adoption. Our goal is to provide each of our clients with the best possible representation in all aspects of their cases, and clients appreciate our careful analysis of individual cases, through preparation and attention to detail. For over 35 years, our attorneys have represented adoptive parents, birth parents, foster parents, children, foster care agencies, and adoption agencies. We represent our clients in all types of proceedings that include termination of parental rights, permanency hearings, custody hearings, guardianship, administrative proceedings, and adoption.

Our goal for our lawyers is to provide each of our clients with the best possible representation in all aspects of their cases, and clients appreciate our careful analysis of individual cases, through our preparation and attention to detail.