Blog Posts in March, 2015

How a Team Approach Can Lower Your Divorce Costs

When it comes to filing for divorce, a team approach can save time and money. While an amicable divorce is not realistic for every couple, having a team on your side during the divorce process remains ...
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Divorce with Business Assets

Divorce is difficult enough as it is, but if you and your partner started a business together, these complications become magnified. By law, you and your spouse may share certain assets and, in the ...
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Legal Separation or Divorce?

Many couples live apart before seeking an official divorce. In Oregon, these couples can file for legal separation – a motion that allows them to remain married while pursing separate lives. ...
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Assets the Court Doesn't Divide in a Divorce

Oregon is an equitable distribution state; at the end of your marriage, the court will equitably (fairly) divide marital property between you and your spouse. By law, fair may not equate equal. While ...
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What to Expect if Your Divorce Goes to Trial

If you and your spouse are seeking a divorce, you may hope to resolve most – if not all – legal issues outside of a trial. While avoiding a trial has its benefits, your case may inevitably ...
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