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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Amazon CEO divorce offers lessons

Oregon couples who are contemplating divorce might be able to take some lessons from the high-profile divorce case of Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos, one of the highest net worth divorces in history. High net worth divorces are more complex than others, so there are steps that should be taken by the couple to ensure that …

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Strategies for fathers involved in child custody battles

Fathers in Oregon might assume that family courts will favor mothers in child custody decisions. However, the legal system can serve the needs of moms and dads in this situation. The process requires fathers to come to terms with their emotions so that they can focus on defending their parental rights. Child custody disputes can …

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The challenges of co-parenting after a divorce

When a divorce involves two individuals who do not have children, it is possible for the ex-spouses to completely separate from one another and never have interactions again. However, when children are involved, the situation can be challenging. Parents in Oregon who are going through a divorce may have the option of sole custody parenting, …

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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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