380 SW 2nd Street Newport, Oregon 97365

Traci P. McDowall

Traci P. Mcdowall
  • Estate Planning
  • Real Estate
  • Land Use



Traci joined Yaquina Law, LLC in 2018 as an attorney upon being admitted to the Oregon State Bar. Her primary practice areas include estate administration (trust and probate), estate planning, real estate, and land use.

Traci is passionate about helping people build their future. She focuses on learning what her clients’ goals are, then strategizes to determine the best way to meet those goals. Traci believes that to do this effectively each client must be given an individualized approach to their situation. Traci enjoys learning who her clients are and what their intentions are for their future, then using that information to form an individualized strategy for that client.

Traci is native to the Oregon Coast and is proud to continue to call the coast her home and raise her family here. Traci graduated from Oregon State University earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. She went on to attend Willamette University College of Law where she graduated cum laude.

During law school, Traci participated in the Wills & Trusts Clinic drafting estate plans for clients, and was an intern for Legal Aid Services of Oregon, where she learned about landlord tenant law.

Traci currently serves on the Board of Directors for Samaritan House. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, who keep her busy with their sports, camping, and plenty of other activities. Traci also enjoys volunteering her time to coach youth sports, assisting several local nonprofit organizations who serve youth in our community, and camping all over the State of Oregon with her family.

Traci is passionate about helping people build their future.
  • Estate Planning
  • Real Estate
  • Land Use.

Oregon State University – B.S., Psychology, 2015

Willamette University College of Law – J.D, cum laude, 2018

  • Oregon State Bar
  • Lincoln County Bar Association

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