Divorce

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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Let go of the little things to avoid complicating your divorce

We know how contentious most divorces can be. One or both spouses are angry, hurt and probably concerned about the outcome, especially when couples have kids together. Often, these negative emotions take over your life, potentially blinding you to what matters most. As you might expect, this can add additional complications to an already painful …

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Preventing manipulation from interfering in a co-parenting effort

Parenting is a difficult and often thankless task even in the best of times. For those going through a difficult time in their lives, the responsibilities of parenthood can become infinitely more difficult. Divorce is one such situation. Not only will you have more restrictive schedules and much more to remember when you have shared …

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Did your spouse just ‘remember’ some debts after filing for divorce?

Your spouse filed for divorce. You weren’t really that surprised, and you hoped it could be a low-conflict divorce. Then you checked your bank accounts. The day before filing, your spouse withdrew $100,000 from one of the accounts. When you ask them about it, they tell you that they just remembered an old debt to …

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