AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Family Law (Divorce/Custody/Support)
FAPA Restraining Orders
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Personal problems require personalized solutions. Shannon Snow understands the importance of working with each individual client to find unique and creative ways to help them move forward.
Growing up in Condon, Oregon, Shannon learned early on the importance of dedicating herself to finishing a job the right way. Summers spent working long hours in the wheat fields and at the local drive-in were the building blocks for the work ethic that continues to propel Shannon today. In the same way that a wheat harvest is the culmination of months of hard work, Shannon understands that the positive results she consistently achieves for her divorce and family law clients are the products of persistent preparation.
In addition to her professional pursuits, Shannon has been consistently engaged with community activities throughout the greater Salem area. Shannon has guest lectured through the Early College/High School Teen Parent Program where she spoke about custody, parenting time, and child support. She has been heavily involved with local bar association activities, currently serving as Vice President of the Marion County Bar Association. She is on the Marion County Family Law Advisory Committee, as well as the executive committee of the Oregon State Bar Family Law Section. And Shannon has worked with the Boys & Girls Club of Salem, Marion and Polk Counties to secure annual funding for its Teen Court Programs.
Shannon’s consistent volunteerism through Marion-Polk Legal Aid Services of Oregon resulted in her receipt of the Arno Denecke New Lawyer of the Year Award shortly after she joined Saucy & Saucy.
In July 2019 she was asked to be a shareholder in the practice and the firm changed its name to Saucy and Snow.
Willamette University College of Law, Salem, Oregon, 2008, J.D.
East China University of Politics and Law, 2007 Summer Study
Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon, 2004, B.A.
Oregon State Bar, Family Law Section Executive Committee
(Member, 2017 to present)
Marion County Bar Association, Executive Committee
(Member, 2015 to present)
Marion County Bar Association, Events Subcommittee
(Chair, 2012 to 2015)
Marion/Polk Legal Aid
New Lawyer of the Year (2013)
Custody, Parenting Time, and Child Support
Early College High School, Chemeketa Community College (2016)
The Intersection of Civil Procedure and Divorce Law
Family Law Mentor Group (2013)
Marion County Bar Association Bulletin, 2016