Logan Krochalis is an associate attorney at Riley & Washchuk. Logan comes to the firm with three years experience as a judicial law clerk to juvenile and family law judges at the Multnomah County Circuit Court, and subsequent private practice at a Portland family law firm.
Logan handles both juvenile and family law cases. Her juvenile practice includes dependency cases, termination of parental rights matters, and delinquency cases. Her family law practice focuses on custody and parenting time litigation, child support issues, restraining orders, and high conflict, multi-faceted cases involving juvenile dependency proceedings, domestic abuse, and third-party step-parent and grandparent rights. Her pro bono work includes representing children in high conflict domestic relations cases.
Logan took her academic and professional career west from her hometown in Georgia, completing her undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Colorado College, and then obtaining her J.D. from University of Oregon School of Law in 2013.
When not practicing law, Logan enjoys building Legos and playing with her young son. She enjoys gardening in the summer and travelling with her family.