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Pamela E. Yee
Pamela E. Yee

Born and raised in Portland. Pamela E. Yee of Schmidt & Yee, P.C. has practiced law in Washington County, Oregon since 1987, which covers areas of NW Portland, Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin, Hillsboro, Forest Grove, Banks, Sherwood and King City and unincorporated areas therein including Aloha (where the office is located), Cedar Mills, Cedar Hills, Cooper Mountain, Rock Creek, Bethany, and West Slope. She was the recipient of the 2011 Washington County Bar Association Professionalism Award.

Pamela E. Yee of Schmidt & Yee, P.C. handles matters in real estate including transactions, earnest money, land sale contracts, sale agreements, assisting realtors with proper language for a sale or purchase, closings, trust deeds, loans, disclosure requirements, homeowner associations, easements, commercial property, development and construction matters.

Pamela E. Yee of Schmidt & Yee, P.C. provides assistance in Business law, providing a full spectrum of business transactions, which includes:

  • Buy Sell Agreements
  • Business entity formation and start-ups
  • Equipment lease agreements
  • Small business issues and closed corporations
  • Noncompete, confidentiality and trade secret agreements
  • Buying or selling a business
  • Limited liability companies, partnerships
  • Sub S corporations, business name filings
  • Collection problems and extending credit

If you are in the planning stage of starting a new business in Oregon, using a business attorney at the beginning can start you in the right entity and answer your business questions. If your business involves a lease of commercial space or commercial property purchase, you need a business real estate transaction attorney to review paperwork, contracts, and prepare documents. Schmidt & Yee, P.C. provides effective, timely service at reasonable rates. The attorneys of Schmidt and Yee, P.C. are prompt, recognized in the legal community and have been located in the same office in Aloha since 1990.

The clients of Pamela E. Yee of Schmidt & Yee, P.C. include:

  • Family owned businesses
  • Business partners and LLCs
  • Shareholders and small business owners
  • Commercial and individual real property owners and developers
  • People estate planning which includes planning for the business or real property
  • Commercial creditors
  • Commercial lease holders, equipment and real property leases
  • Homeowners and business associations

Real estate and business matters lead to succession or estate planning. Pamela E. Yee of Schmidt & Yee, P.C. can assist you with:

  • Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Wills
  • Living Trusts and Tax planning trusts
  • Power of Attorney

Planning your estate and having all the paperwork in order requires compliance with Oregon law. Using the services of an estate planning attorney can provide this peace of mind and the attorneys at Schmidt & Yee, P.C. provide this valuable service.

Pamela E. Yee of Schmidt & Yee, P.C. does not provide legal assistance for bankruptcy filings, criminal matters or domestic relations.

Pamela E. Yee of Schmidt & Yee, P.C. is an avid distance bicycle rider, an interest in cars and wine education/tasting. Pamela E. Yee has acted as an officer and board member of Aloha Sunset Rotary, Women for Winesense, Enhanced Sheriff Patrol of Washington County, Washington County Sheriff Foundation, and Aloha Business Association. She also was active with the Oregon State Bar as a disciplinary board member, House of Delegate, Consumer Law Executive Committee past chair, the Advertising Task Force and Access to Justice Review Committee.

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate
  • Creditor Representation
  • Small Businesses, Small Corporations and LLCs
  • Corporation Work
  • Consumer Law
  • Contract Preparation

Education

  • Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law, Portland, Oregon
    • Portland State University, Portland
      • B.S. - 1984
      • Major: Political Science
      • Minor: Business

    Classes and Seminars

    • Judgments and Collecting Judgments in Oregon, OLI, Interest Calculation, March 2 2007, Present
    • Post Judgment Contempt, Oregon Law institute "Judgments and Collecting Judgments", October 9,2015
    • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Using Consumer Protection Laws to Clean Up the Mess, Consumer Law Section Continuing Legal Education: November 17, 2006
    • Pre-Litigation Strategies and Pre-Filing Considerations, Oregon Law Institute "Effective Collection of Judgments; Nov 12, 2010

    Bar Admissions

    • Oregon, 1987
    • Washington, 2000

    Published Works

    • Oregon State Bar Legal Publications, Consumer Law In Oregon Ch. 25 Garnishments

    Past Positions

    • Nationwide Insurance, Underwriting

    Honors

    • Washington County Bar Association Professionalism Award

    Pro Bono

    • Aloha-Sunset Rotary, Prior Officer and Director
    • Aloha Business Association, Member and Former Vice President
    • Guardianship/Conservatorship - Association of Oregon, Former Secretary/Treasurer

    Professional Associations

    • Oregon State Bar, Member of the Debtor/Creditor, Consumer Law, and Real Estate Law Sections
    • Oregon State Bar Consumer Law Section, Executive Committee
    • Oregon State Bar Disciplinary Past Trial Panel, Member and Past State Chair
    • Washington County Sheriff Foundation, Board Member and Secretary
    • Women for WineSense, Past Board Member