Tabitha has served clients as a family law attorney since 2009. She began her legal career in Southern California and moved back to Oregon in 2012 to continue her career in family law. She worked at a law firm in Portland before opening her own practice in 2016.
Jordan Michael New
Jordan is a seasoned trial attorney, with experience in criminal, personal injury, and family law. His familiarity with several areas of law allow him to handle a wide variety of cases and to look at each case from several different perspectives. As you might imagine, the issues addressed in criminal, divorce, and personal injury cases often overlap. When they do, Mr. New is able to provide insight that would not occur to attorneys with less breadth of experience.
Mr. New works for his clients to achieve expedient, affordable, and appropriate resolutions to their legal issues. Whether by agreement of the parties, determination of the court, or trial, he fights enthusiastically for his clients’ rights.
Tyler is an associate attorney at Brincat & New and a native Oregonian with experience litigating matters across various areas of law. His experience practicing in the areas of business, healthcare, and employment law allow him to approach legal matters from multiple points of view. Tyler prides himself on his professionalism, attention to detail, and curiosity for learning. He developed sound research, writing, and oral advocacy skills during his time working at the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon for Associate Justice Meagan A. Flynn and for the Magistrates at the Oregon Tax Court.
Anne is from Portland and is a graduate of California Western School of Law in San Diego. Anne has been with Brincat & New since she was an extern in law school, and is solely dedicated to practicing family law.
Jeremy has been a Portland resident for over thirteen years and brings to his work as a paralegal both a drive for excellence and a commitment to client needs. Fueled by a passion for learning and a dedication to service, Jeremy utilizes his skills to provide exemplary service in matters of family law.
Tuvshinkhuu is a third-year student studying Psychology at Portland State University. While he was born in the United States, he spent his childhood in Mongolia, and has returned to further his education. In his free time, he enjoys going on hikes, trying new food, and spending time with his family.
Lyndley is currently working on finishing her law degree at Lewis & Clark Law School. She has been solely dedicated to working in law since her mentorship with a Minnesota attorney in high school, and has interned for various non-profit legal organizations across the country.