Meet our New Shareholders!

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Stahancyk Kent & Hook has three new shareholders: Arthur K. Saito, Ken C. Goodin, and Michelle L. Prosser.

Arthur works out of our Portland Office and manages our Astoria office. He has practiced law in Oregon for fifteen years. Arthur has been recognized by Super Lawyers every year since 2010 and currently serves as treasurer of the Washington County Bar Association. He is also a member of the Multnomah County Bar Association. Arthur is a firm believer in community involvement. In addition to his previous work with St. Andrew’s Legal Clinic, Arthur has been recognized for his individual pro bono work by the Oregon State Bar three times — in 2002, 2007, and 2011.

Michelle has been with Stahancyk Kent & Hook since 2012 and manages our Vancouver office. She has over a decade of family law experience and is an active member of the Washington State Bar and its Family Law Section, in addition to being a member of the Clark County Bar Association, and the Oregon State Bar. Michelle volunteers at the Hough Elementary School and Discovery Middle School PTSAs and enjoys spending time with her children. Michelle embodies the SK&H creed of “creative solutions for difficult times” with her dedication to her clients. She says, “I am committed to making sure each client is heard, prepared and protected.”

Ken has worked in our Bend office since 2007. He is a member and past president of the Deschutes County Bar Association, as well as a member of the Oregon State Bar and the Central Oregon Matrimonial Attorneys. Furthermore, Super Lawyers has named Ken a Rising Star every year since 2009. Ken’s experience litigating cases with complicated property issues and business values makes him a formidable attorney in the matters of complex property division and large asset cases. Aside from his legal work, Ken is a strong believer in community involvement and is currently Vice President of the Education Foundation for Bend-LaPine schools and a member of the City Club of Central Oregon, where he participates in round-table discussions about business and civic issues facing Central Oregon. Ken looks forward to continued growth as a member of the Stahancyk Kent & Hook family. “It seems like just yesterday I joined SKH as a new associate,” he says, “Time has flown by and I am thrilled to be joining the ranks of such accomplished, intelligent and dynamic attorneys as a shareholder at SKH.”

Congratulations to our new shareholders!