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Why is it so important to establish paternity over your child?

Your romance with your child’s mother was brief, but you’re on reasonably good terms. You’re grateful that she’s allowing you to be part of your child’s life — and you’re concerned that she’ll get upset if you “rock the boat” and press for formal paternity. Is paternity really worth the potential hassle and hard feelings? …

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Social media, cellphones and the kids, post-divorce: What to negotiate

For better or worse, social media is part of modern American existence. We communicate our beliefs, share jokes, donate to important causes and keep in touch that way. But parents don’t always agree about how much social media use or exposure their children should have, even when those parents get along. When the parents are …

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Co-parents, child custody and child social media usage

Many parents don’t fully agree on their child’s social media usage, but the battle can become downright complex when the parents are divorced. If you and your co-parent don’t see eye-to-eye about things like TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Kik, you might think that you’re fighting a never-ending war. In these cases, it might be …

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How courts weigh spousal misconduct in Oregon divorces

If you’re filing for divorce because of spousal misconduct, it may seem unfair that there are no repercussions for your spouse’s actions in your divorce case. Oregon is a ‘no-fault’ state, which essentially means that the reasons for the divorce will have little effect on the divorce proceedings. Considering misconduct in divorce child custody proceedings …

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Four tips for sharing holidays with your former spouse

The holiday season can help bring you closer with your children. As you share meals, exchange gifts and travel to see family, you get to bond with your kids. But after a recent divorce, you may worry about how you will share holiday time. Co-parenting through the holidays doesn’t have to be difficult for you …

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