Mr. Bendixsen, who is temporarily an inactive member of the bar, has been in private practice since 1988 and has amassed extensive experience in areas of family law, criminal law, and general civil litigation. He has immersed himself in service to his church and community through participation in various organizations. Mr. Bendixsen is a member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and is a past president of the Sixth Judicial Bar Association. He is active in the Hermiston community and has served for a over a decade as a Port Commissioner for the Port of Umatilla, is a past president board member of the Good Shepherd Health and Medical Foundation, and is a mentor for the Juvenile Community Accountability Board. Mr. Bendixsen is a 1987 graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He and his wife Susie, are currently serving a three-year mission for their church in Cote d’lvoire, Africa.
Member of Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
Member of Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (OCDLA)
Areas of Practice
As a Hermiston native and Hermiston High School graduate, Cameron Bendixsen is eager to give back to the community where he was raised. He joined the firm after graduating with cum laude honors from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan in the spring of 2013. Prior to practice, Mr. Bendixsen clerked for a Umatilla County Circuit Court judge and he serves on the Board of Eastern Oregon Mission and other various community and church organizations. His practice emphasizes estate planning and probate, real estate, business transactions, and other contracts.
Eastern Oregon Mission Board Member, Pro Tem Judge – Hermiston Municipal Court and active in local church communities.
Wills, Power of Attorney, Healthcare Directives
Real Estate/Land Contracts
Probate and Small Estate Administration
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