Melissa Graveson

Melissa Graveson


Melissa is passionate about assisting clients as they handle a loved one’s estate. She gets to know each client and works with them to ensure their concerns are addressed and they are assisted throughout the administrative process. Melissa approaches the process by utilizing her technical skills to ensure that your loved one’s wishes are carried out, while maintaining sensitivity to each client’s experience. 

She understands that clients come in at emotionally challenging times in their lives and works to ensure they feel confident in acting as executor of their loved one’s estate.

Why I Chose Myatt & Bell

I chose to work at Myatt & Bell because of the firm’s commitment to preserving family legacies. These values ensure that each client’s planning needs are met and that their wishes are honored when those plans are carried out. 

Throughout its decades of service Myatt & Bell has prided itself on providing the highest quality legal services. These values have shaped the firm and ensure that all clients are being assisted by people who are committed to protecting the client’s legacy, but also empathize with the difficult time they are experiencing. 


Areas of Practice: 

  • Trust and Estate Administration

Professional Affiliations: 

  • Oregon State Bar, Member
  • Oregon Estate Planning and Administration Section 
  • Oregon Elder Law Section

Community Involvement:

  • Former Volunteer with Catholic Restorative Justice Ministries
  • Former Volunteer with St. Vincent De Paul
  • Campaign for Equal Justice Steering Committee Member


  • Willamette University College of Law, J.D., 2018
  • Dominican University of California, B.A. in Political Science emphasizing in Public Law, and B.A. in History, with a minor in Religion, 2015

Contact Us

Call (503) 641-6262 or contact us online for your complimentary estate planning consultation.

10300 SW Greenburg Rd #500
Portland, OR 97223
Phone: (503) 641-6262
Fax: (503) 546-9724

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