Sarah Wolf, Attorney
Protecting Loved Ones, Assets & Aspirations

Sarah Wolf, attorney

Estate Planning & Probate

Trust & Estate Administration

Guardianships & Conservatorships


Protecting Assets, Aspirations & Loved Ones

Team Wolf brings over 50 years of experience and professionalism to your side.

Tell us your needs and we will customize a plan, explain all the options and assist you in making decisions. We believe that what wins a client and keeps a client is a team with a passion for perfect solutions. That is the energy that sets us apart.
— Sarah Wolf, Attorney

Sarah Wolf, Attorney

Wolf graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School and has been practicing law in Oregon for over two decades.  Her career began in Douglas County as Deputy District Attorney before settling into her favorite area of law, estate planning, where she helps people protect themselves, their families and assets.

Wolf and team are on the pulse of changing laws, and will assist you in navigating the legal system to chart a sound course for your estate.

Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire whether our services are right for you.




727 SE Cass Avenue
Suite 318
Roseburg, OR

(541) 671-2500


Areas of Practice

estate planning

Wills are the best known aspect of estate planning; the documents that direct our possessions after death.  If your estate is complex, you may be better served with an additional document or two.  We can help you decide the best options for your particular circumstances.

Guardianships & conservatorships

If you have a special needs child or adult, we will help you prepare for unforeseen circumstances by setting up a guardianship for care.  Similarly, financial care, if needed, requires a conservatorship.  This can be the same person as guardian or a different person.  We can prepare these documents allowing you to protect your loved one.


Executing or probating a will upon someone's death is a court-directed series of several events.  We specialize in probating wills, i.e., assisting you, the Executor, in accomplishing the tasks necessary to get your legal responsibilities finalized and assets distributed in a timely manner.

powers of attorney

Under Oregon law, someone must have special authority to act for another person.  Being a spouse or relative does not grant authority.  This special authority is almost always created by a document of some kind. We will assist you in customizing a document so that it is in place before help is needed.



There are many reasons to set up trusts. Maybe you've heard horror stories about the court probate process and expense.  In Oregon, and especially in Douglas County, cost of probate is much less than in states like California where living trusts originated.  We will help you determine whether a living trust is practical in your circumstances.


If you already have estate planning documents in place, a periodic review may be prudent, especially if you move to a new state.  A review can protect you should changes in the law require updates to your document(s) and inform you of other possible estate planning options that may be available.



Let's Chat.

Use the form below to contact us regarding your legal inquiry. To help us best service your inquiry, tell us what you want to achieve.  You may also call us to make an appointment, (541) 671-2500

We offer an initial consultation that typically lasts between1and 2 hours for $150.  This is an opportunity for you to tell us important facts about your needs, values, priorities, and to ask questions.

If you are physically unable to come to our office, we may be able to travel to meet with you at your location.  Let us know of your circumstances and we'll accommodate to the best of our ability.

For job opportunities, please email us your resume. We’re always looking for new and exceptional talent to lead the firm into uncharted fields of practice.

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