Bonnie Popia, PC, is committed to serving her clients and protecting their rights during the emotional and economic uncertainty that frequently come with family challenges, from divorce and child custody to elder law and property disputes.
She knows that when her clients’ rights are protected, they have an easier path to a clearer future. Bonnie’s knowledge and experience with legal matters affecting families, and her commitment to staying current with changing laws, provides her with the skills, knowledge and expertise to effectively support and represent her clients in trial or through negotiation and settlement.
Before starting her own practice, Bonnie worked with the Marion County District Attorney‘s Office Domestic Violence Unit and the Law Office of Susan Ford Burns. She is passionate about protecting the rights of her clients and empowering them to stand up for themselves.
Bonnie is a graduate of Willamette University College of Law, Salem, Oregon, and the University of Oregon. She is a member of the Washington County Bar Association and is licensed by the Oregon State Bar in Estate Planning, Elder Law and Family Law.
When she’s not providing compassionate legal expertise for families and elders in the Beaverton area, Bonnie can often be found volunteering for local animal rescue organizations and cheering on the Oregon Ducks.