Ryan E. Gibb graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1997, and has been with the firm ever since. Mr. Gibb’s practice emphasizes elder law, particularly as it relates to Medicaid planning, the protection of creditors’ rights, estate planning, probate and probate-related litigation, guardianships and conservatorships, and planning for government benefits. In 2001, Mr. Gibb added adoption to his practice areas as he and his wife welcomed home the first of their two adopted …
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Our firm represents parties in private adoptions, agency adoptions, and readoptions.
This includes debt collection, enforcing judgments, and preserving the rights of creditors in the bankruptcy process.
Our firm is heavily involved in the Elder Law Section of the Oregon State Bar.
Estate planning has been a staple of the firm’s mission since its inception.
Probate is the legal term for the process by which a court appoints a substitute decision maker for a person and oversees the carrying out of those decisions.
Special Needs Trust
A special needs trust provides a way for a person with a disability to receive financial support while remaining eligible for needs-based government benefits like Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Veterans Affairs Benefits
Veterans and widows of veterans may receive additional tax free income benefits from the VA if they need assistance with their activities of daily living.
Meet Our Attorneys
Monica graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 2006. She immediately joined the firm, now Douglas, Conroyd, Gibb & Pacheco, P.C., where she is a partner. Monica’s practice concentrates on estate planning and elder law, particularly as it relates to Medicaid, VA, and disability planning. Monica speaks regularly on the matters related to Medicaid planning, VA Aid and Attendance pension, elder law issues, and asset protection for disabled individuals to various forums in the …