Licensed Attorney in Oregon and Washington
Brandon C. Bittner
Brandon C. Bittner is a native Oregonian. He has been practicing in Portland since 2000. He attended undergraduate school at Whitworth College while playing baseball. While attending college, he was elected Scholar Athlete of the University. He received his B.S. degree, cum laude, in Biology in 1995. He also graduated in the top of his class from the University of Oregon School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate and was certified in the area of Estate Planning.
Prior to joining Bittner & Hahs, P.C., Brandon focused mainly in the area of estate and tax planning. His practice now primarily consists of estate planning and business law. His estate planning extends to and includes working on sophisticated wills, trusts, and tax planning issues, and helping clients in the areas of probate and trust administration. His experience in business law includes forming businesses, including nonprofit entities; acquiring and selling businesses and real property; succession planning; drafting contracts; and dealing with intellectual property issues. Whatever the need of an individual or entity, Brandon strives to make lasting personal relationships with his clients.
Brandon is a member of Wealth Counsel, a nationally recognized estate planning organization and is also a board member for several non-profit organizations.
When not working in his practice at Bittner & Hahs, Brandon loves spending time with his family at home and at church, and enjoys any outdoor sport or activity.
- Estate Planning
- Wills and Trusts
- Elder Law
- Special Needs Planning
- Succession Planning
- Trust Administration
- Probate Law
- Guardianships and Conservatorships
- Business Law
- Copyright/Trademark Registrations
- Non Profit planning
- Whitworth College (Bachelors in Science, Biology 1995)
- University of Oregon School of Law (J.D., 2000)
Memberships and Activities
- Oregon State Bar since 2000
- Washington State Bar
- Wealth Counsel (Nationally recognized estate planning organization)