Weatherford Thompson P.C. utilizes the unique backgrounds and expertise of its attorneys to provide lasting attorney-client relationships. We welcome you to our firm where you will find legal counseling and quality service in the areas of Business and Employment Law, Estate Planning and Probate, Real Estate, Agriculture Law, Family Law, Litigation, Personal Injury, and more.
As a valuable client, we assure you that the legal details will be taken care of to meet your personal and business needs. We understand the stress the legal system and court can place on people and we make sure that our clients are kept informed and able to make the best decisions regarding their legal concerns.
Weatherford Thompson’s attorneys are actively involved in civic, cultural, and charitable organizations that interest them. As a result, most of our attorneys are currently serving in leadership positions within various organizations throughout the Linn and Benton counties. Our attorneys have become leaders on the boards of various charitable institutions including CASA, the YMCA, the United Way, Samaritan General Hospital Foundation, Trillium Family Services, Albany Regional Museum, and Albany Partnership for Housing and Community Development. In addition, our attorneys donate services or provide reduce rate services to numerous non-profit charitable organizations throughout the area.
Weatherford Thompson has served the community since 1875. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.
In July, 1875, a young man named James K. Weatherford was admitted to practice law in Oregon (Vol. 4 Oregon Reports.) He chose to settle in Albany, and so began 60 years of continuous legal service to the citizens of Linn and Benton counties. After his death in 1935, his law firm continued to grow and prosper; in 1975 it celebrates its 100 years anniversary. Known currently as Weatherford, Thompson, Horton, and Jordan P.C., the law firm founded by J.K. Weatherford in 1875, has for a century provided legal services and individual contributions to the community of Albany and the entire state.