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Paths to Divorce in Oregon

No one who walks down the aisle wants to imagine that their love story will end in divorce. Weddings are a time of optimism and excitement, of bold plans for the future of your union. But over time, that optimism and excitement fades, and the bold plans are replaced by the realities of daily life …

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Child Custody Problems Caused by COVID-19? What You Need to Know

With coronavirus cases continuing to rise with no clear end in sight, many parents are struggling with how to co-parent during a global pandemic. If your child custody arrangement has been disrupted due to COVID-19, read on for important information concerning your case and information on when you may want to consider a child custody …

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More millennials want prenuptial agreements to protect assets

Practical financial matters often concern Oregon millennials when they decide to get married. Worried about how a divorce might impact their future finances, they are driving an increase in the use of prenuptial agreements. Among lawyers surveyed by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 62% of them had experienced an uptick in requests for prenuptial …

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Are parenting issues causing continual fights after divorce?

Arguing with a spouse or otherwise not seeing eye-to-eye may have contributed to your divorce. Of course, distancing yourself from your former spouse does not always prevent arguments even now because you have children together and are trying to co-parent. Though co-parenting is commonly considered the best arrangement for Oregon children and those elsewhere because …

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When fathers seek custody after a divorce

When fathers in Oregon consider divorce, they may hold back from leaving a clearly unhealthy relationship because they are worried about losing their relationship with their children. However, across the country, family courts increasingly favor joint custody and give both fathers and mothers an equal space to seek custody of their children. Even when physical …

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