Law Office of Perry, Miller & Moeller, P.C.


Attorneys licensed in Oregon and Washington

Specializing in Criminal Defense, Family Law, Land Use, and Estate Planning in Albany and Corvallis, OR.


Dedicated and Dynamic Law Firm

Our attorneys at The Law Office of Perry, Miller & Moeller, P.C. in Albany and Corvallis, OR are effective and hard-working, providing personalized legal representation. We are a locally-owned firm, specializing in criminal defense, domestic relations, and estate planning.  Offering legal services throughout the central Willamette Valley, our office is located in historic downtown Albany, Oregon, just blocks from the Linn County Circuit Courthouse.  Call us to set up an initial consultation.


Erik J.D. Moeller


Megan M. Perry


Dan Miller




Family Law

Estate Planning/Probate

Criminal Law

  • Divorce

    Dissolution of a marriage may include such issues as custody, child support, parenting time, spousal support, property distribution, retirement division, and debt allocation.

  • Legal Separation

    Legal separation is an option for parties to separate assets and make determinations about the custody of minor children without dissolving the marriage.

  • Custody

    A process by which unmarried parents (or interested persons) can establish legal and physical custody, child support, and parenting time, as well as other rights and responsibilities.

  • Paternity

    Establishing legal paternity is often the first step in order to make custody, child support, and parenting time determinations.

  • Modifications

    Following a judgment of dissolution or custody, circumstances may arise that require the original judgment be modified as to custody, parenting time, spousal support, child support, or other matters.

  • Adoption

    Adoption creates a legal parent-­‐child relationship that establishes both rights and responsibilities.

  • Prenuptial Agreements

    A legal document dictating specific terms and requirements that is adopted by both parties prior to marriage.

  • Name Changes

  • Resources for Family Law

  • Wills

    A will details how an individual wants their estate (or remaining property) distributed upon their death.

  • Trusts

    A more complicated and detailed estate planning tool, a trust may provide for specific distributions of an individual (or individual’s) estate or help to avoid probate.

  • Probate

    The process by which a person’s estate and remaining assets are distributed upon their death, overseen by the Court.

  • Guardianships & Conservatorships

    Available for either minor children or adults who become incapacitated, guardianships and conservatorships are a way to protect vulnerable persons.

  • Power of Attorney

    Allows an individual to designate someone who they trust to make specific or general decisions in the event they are not able to make those decisions themselves.

  • Health Care Directives

    An advanced directive allows an individual to specify what type of medical intervention they want and designates people who may make health care decisions for them in the event they are not able to communicate.

  • Resources for Estate Planning/Probate

  • Misdemeanors

    Misdemeanors cover a broad category of crimes and are generally punishable by fines, jail, or other sanctions. Misdemeanors are prosecuted in circuit, municipal, or justice courts.

  • Felonies

    Felonies are a more serious category of crime and can be punishable by fines, jail, prison, or other sanctions. Felonies are only prosecuted in circuit court.

  • Measure 11 crimes

    Measure 11, passed in 1994, requires that certain, more serious crimes, carry mandatory minimum prison sentences upon conviction. Measure 11 crimes are only prosecuted in circuit court.

  • Violations

    Offenses generally stemming from traffic stops or municipal code violations, which are punishable by fines or other sanctions. Violations are prosecuted in circuit, municipal, or justice courts.

  • DUIIs

    Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) may be resolved by diversion, plea bargain, or trial and are prosecuted in circuit, municipal, or justice courts.

  • MIPs

    A citation for Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP) may be prosecuted in circuit, municipal, or justice courts.

  • Restraining/Stalking Orders

    Our firm offers services on all sides of restraining and stalking orders.

  • Court-­appointed indigent defense

    In some cases, if an individual cannot afford to retain an attorney, the court may appoint an attorney to assist in their defense.


Phone: 541.928.7161    Fax: 541.497.2171

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

Closed: 12pm - 1pm


Albany Location: 200 Ferry St..

 SW Albany, Oregon 97321


Corvallis Location: 252 SW Madison, Suite 120

Corvallis, OR 97333 - by appt. only




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Disclaimer: The Law Office of Perry, Miller & Moeller, P.C. is licensed to practice in the state of Oregon. Our principal office is located in Albany, Oregon. We have attorneys who are also licensed to practice in Washington. The information provided on this website is offered for informational purposes only. It is not offered as legal advice and does not constitute legal advice. The Law Office of Perry & Moeller, P.C. does not seek to represent you based upon your visit to or review of this website. This website may be considered advertising under the rules of the State of Oregon. You should not make legal hiring decisions based upon brochures, advertising, or other promotional materials.