Brandsness, Brandsness & Rudd, P.C. is a law firm of three attorneys and paralegals situated in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The firm specializes in business and financial law. Our representation includes individuals, financial institutions, corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, governmental bodies and charitable organizations.
Debtor & Creditor's Rights
Labor & Employment Law
Land Use & Real Estate
Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
We have developed a firm that can resonably meet the sophisticated and complex needs of our clients through specialized services. Those services include business entity formation, incorporation, business transactions, mergers and aquisitions, construction law, public contracts, creditors rights and remedies, employment law, wills, trusts and estates, land use and real estate law, leases, and family law. We litigate in all these areas of law.
We hold that our duty as attorneys is to advise our clients and provide competent services that will limit our client's exposure to litigation, and if necessary, aggressively pursue our client's legal rights through litigation in state and federal courts.
Brandsness, Brandsness & Rudd, P.C. and its attorneys have focused on understanding the needs of business clients, the demands upon governmental bodies, and the financial affairs of individuals in order to provide a specialized and superior service. Each paralegal has been specially trained in an area of law so as to provide a competent service at a reasonable cost. Our attorneys are active in business, community, and professional affairs.
Our society is very litigious in nature, which is often very disruptive to business enterprises and individual lives. Even though we specialize in litigation in state and federal courts, we make every attempt to protect our clients from malicious and unjustified law suits. This is accomplished by careful and thorough documentation and planning. Litigation cannot always be avoided, however, our firm will take the time and expend the effort to work with you to minimize the cost and the effects of litigation.