Christian N. Scritsmier
Practice Emphases
Dissolutions/Divorces, Child Custody and Parenting Time, Third-Party Custody and Visitation Matters, Asset and Debt Distribution, and Real Property Litigation.

  • Albany Law School, Albany, NY - Juris Doctor - 2014
  • State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY - Bachelor of the Arts in Political Science - 2010

Professional Experience
Jason Levy has a diverse, comprehensive, and relevant set of skills and experience which he would be thrilled to apply to your legal matter. During law school, Jason focused on real property, land use, and environmental law matters before discovering the challenging and highly rewarding area of domestic relations law. After being admitted to practice, Jason worked for Safe Center, Long Island, a nonprofit legal services agency that represented low income and otherwise vulnerable clients in domestic relations matters. Afterwards, Jason worked for a small general practice law firm in New York where he was able to gain extensive litigation and transactional experience in several other areas of law such as real property and wills and estates while also building a new family law practice group. After moving to Oregon in 2019, Jason worked for a boutique firm litigating complex and contentious high-asset dissolutions.

Professional Activities
Jason is a member of the Oregon, as well as the Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington County Bar Associations. In law school, Jason was a contributor to the New York State Bar Association Environmental Law Journal, and clerked for the Administrative Law Judges of the New York State Department of Public Service.

Community Involvement
For many years Jason worked with the Nassau/Suffolk County Volunteer Lawyer Project providing pro-bono representation to law income tenants in housing Court. He also donates blood regularly, and is an active member of the Oregon ACLU.  

Jason loves hiking, trying out fun new recipes, and competitive axe-throwing. He is also an avid Dungeons and Dragons player. As in the practice of law, Jason greatly enjoys how the game allows him to use rules to engage in creative problem-solving.