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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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Retirement and how division of marital property will affect you

Once you make the choice to file for divorce, you may then wonder how that decision will affect you as you move forward. Not only will you have to divide your marital property, you will also have to consider how this process will impact your retirement plans. Whether you are fast approaching your planned retirement …

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Divorce doesn’t necessarily have to create co-parent problems

When you determined that divorce was the most viable option to resolve your marital problems, you likely understood that your decision was going to affect your children’s lives. Such situations do not necessarily have to mean that your children will be unable to cope or will not successfully adapt to a new lifestyle. In fact, …

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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 …

Are parenting issues causing continual fights after divorce? Read More »

Retirement and how division of marital property will affect you

Once you make the choice to file for divorce, you may then wonder how that decision will affect you as you move forward. Not only will you have to divide your marital property, you will also have to consider how this process will impact your retirement plans. Whether you are fast approaching your planned retirement …

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Is there a way to keep your public divorce more private?

You, like most other Oregon residents, value your privacy. When facing a serious predicament in your life, you would rather not become the topic of gossip or have others stick their noses into your business. Unfortunately, some events become more public than you may have desired. One life-change that could quickly draw attention is getting …

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Is your ex trying to alienate you from your children?

Many Oregon couples face post-divorce problems concerning their children. Some run into snags regarding custody proceedings, while others may disagree about financial support. Such problems are not all that uncommon, and a key to resolving such issues may lie in yours and your ex’s willingness to cooperate and compromise while keeping your children’s best interests in mind. …

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Divorce doesn’t necessarily have to create co-parent problems

When you determined that divorce was the most viable option to resolve your marital problems, you likely understood that your decision was going to affect your children’s lives. Such situations do not necessarily have to mean that your children will be unable to cope or will not successfully adapt to a new lifestyle. In fact, …

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