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  • FAQ: Getting Divorced in Oregon

    FAQ: Getting Divorced in Oregon Our compassionate and experienced divorce lawyers at McKinley Irvin are committed to delivering top-notch representation to clients filing for divorce. We understand that divorcing your spouse is a difficult decision that will substantially impact your family and your future, which is why we provide answers to some of the frequent questions we are asked by clients who are considering filing for divorce . Question #1: Is there a difference between divorce and legal separation? A: When spouses legally separate, they are still ...
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  • Relocation & Child Custody Orders in Oregon

    Relocation & Child Custody Orders in Oregon If the custodial parent in the state of Oregon wants to move out of state, then they will need to file for modifications to any court-ordered custody agreements , as well as demonstrate that relocating will benefit the children and not just the parent. Convincing a judge that moving out of Oregon would be more beneficial than remaining in the state can be a challenge, especially if the co-parent disputes the move. Do Courts Frown on Out of State Relocation? In general, moving within a certain distance from the other parent’s ...
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  • Immigration, Marriage, and Divorce: When Your Spouse is From Another Country

    Immigration, Marriage, and Divorce: When Your Spouse is From Another Country When one hits a point in their marriage that they are considering a divorce, they need to think about the practical ways in which their life will change. Usually, this includes discussions about retirement, financial repercussions, changes in medical coverage, and, if either spouse is from another country, changing immigration status. A divorce between a U.S. citizen and an immigrant can be substantially more complex than a divorce between two people born in the US, which is why it’s usually necessary for couples to dive ...
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  • Can Adultery Impact a Divorce Case in Oregon?

    Can Adultery Impact a Divorce Case in Oregon? Although adultery can impact the outcome of a divorce in some states, the state of Oregon is a no-fault divorce state, which means there are no grounds for divorce and no specific criteria must be met to prove that either spouse was responsible for the failure of the marriage. As such, adultery shouldn’t impact whether the court grants a divorce. Can Adultery Impact a Child Custody Case? While adultery won’t impact the divorce filing, it can factor into other areas of the divorce process. In order for adultery to have a ...
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  • Divorcing While Pregnant

    Divorcing While Pregnant If you are pregnant and seeking a divorce, make sure you know how your current state could affect your legal proceedings. An unexpected pregnancy can become quite complicated when the expecting couple is interested in dissolving their marriage, which is why it’s important to act quickly to seek legal advice and discover your options. Although speaking to an attorney is undoubtedly the best option, we’ve also provided a brief explanation to help shed light on your situation. How Does Oregon Law View Pregnancy During Divorce? ...
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  • Does Oregon Have a Higher Divorce Rate Than Other States?

    Does Oregon Have a Higher Divorce Rate Than Other States? While the U.S. Census Bureau is mostly known for collecting data to determine the population every 10 years, the Bureau also gathers information regarding divorce rates in the United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey that was released in 2013, 10.5% of adults in the country have divorced a spouse at some time in their life. But in Oregon, the divorce rate among adults was 12.5 %. According to DatingNews.com , two coastal towns in Oregon made the list of 20 “micropolitan statistical ...
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  • What Is a Nesting Co-Parenting Agreement?

    What Is a Nesting Co-Parenting Agreement? The divorce process can be extremely stressful, especially on younger children. In an effort to make divorced life easier on the children, many parents have adopted a “bird-nesting,” or “nesting” parenting method, which essentially keeps the children under one roof, while the parents rotate in and out. In other words, each parent takes turns living with their children while the other parent lives elsewhere. There are several potential advantages to this new agreement, but there are also a few drawbacks. To find out if this ...
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  • What to Do After a Divorce is Finalized

    What to Do After a Divorce is Finalized During your divorce, you likely faced financial ups and downs, economic adjustments, and significant personal changes. Now that you have officially ended your marriage, it’s time to think about the road ahead. In order to move forward from your divorce quickly and smoothly, there are things to do to secure your future when the settlement is complete. In order to ensure you’re moving in the right direction after your divorce, make sure you complete these key tasks: Divide all assets and debts outlined in your settlement ...
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