Gwen Moore
Phillips, Moore & Traylor, LLP

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132 SW Crowell Way
Suite 200
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 385-0505
Fax: (541) 385-0707

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Description of Practice

Why Collaborative Law?

Collaborative Law is a voluntary dispute resolution process that encourages problem solving, communication and healthy co-parenting. Collaborative Law can empower couples to create lasting resolutions that fulfill their needs and the needs of their children.

Collaborative Law is a way for couples to re-structure their families without court intervention. Children often suffer harm when their parents are in conflict. Collaborative Law provides away for couples to divorce in a way that minimizes the harm to all family members.

In a Collaborative Law process, couples agree to resolve their disputes together, in a respectful manner, rather than having a judge decide important issues about their family. Each party works with a lawyer who has special training in techniques to help the couple design the best result possible resolution for their family.

Collaborative Law provides you and your spouse or partner with the support and guidance of your own lawyers without going to court. Additionally, Collaborative Law allows you the benefit of coaches, child and financial specialists all working together with you on your team.


University of Oregon School of Law - Doctor of Jurisprudence
* Mediation Clinic
* Domestic Violence Clinic

* University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire - B.A., Psychology and Family Studies

Fort Lewis College

Other Information

Gwen is an experienced Attorney Mediator and Collaborative Attorney. She concentrates her practice in the area of divorce, child custody, parenting time, child support,and spousal support.

Gwen prioritizes being accessible to her clients and providing straight forward, practical advice to meet each client's unique circumstances. She chooses to practice in the area of family law because of her desire to help people in a difficult period of their life. She knows that going through a divorce is a very emotional and trying time. Her goal is to guide her clients through the divorce process as efficiently and painlessly as possible, while protecting the children from the turmoil of divorce. To that end, she has been trained in the use of mediation and collaborative law. She has served as a court appointed child's attorney and has received extensive training in minimizing the impact of divorce on children.

Gwen was a former Deputy District Attorney in charge of the dependency and child support units in Lincoln County, Oregon. In that capacity, Gwen has worked with children and families in crisis and has a solid understanding of how child support is calculated, possible rebuttals to include in the calculation, and child support modifications.

As an attorney, Gwen is able to help you reach a resolution and draft the judgment that will set forth your agreement. Gwen will draft all required documents in your case, arrange for signing, and will then have the documents filed with the court, so that you never have to step foot in the courthouse yourself.

Areas of Practice

  • Adoption
  • Divorce (all issues)
  • Divorce (parenting)
  • Family
  • Marital Mediation
  • Online Mediation
  • Pet Mediation
  • Prenuptial

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Mediating Lawyer
  • Online Mediator
  • Collaborative Professional