Divorce

    • Getting Divorced? It’s Time to Update Your Estate Plan

      Getting Divorced? It’s Time to Update Your Estate Plan There are many painful disputes to be resolved in a divorce case. Dividing assets, allocating debt, negotiating child custody arrangements, settling on alimony and child support, and other painful considerations can make former couples weary of dealing with the legal system.

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  • Dividing Assets in an Oregon Divorce: Part 1

    … Dividing Assets in an Oregon Divorce: Part 1 December 29, 2016 by BrasierLaw Dividing Assets is one of the major obstacles in an Oregon divorce. In Oregon, assets are almost always divided evenly, but that means different things depending on the stage of life and length of your marriage. This article covers dividing assets as you approach…

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  • Parenting Plans While a Baby is Breastfeeding

    … Parenting Plans While a Baby is Breastfeeding December 8, 2016 by BrasierLaw When parents decide they need to get a divorce during the very first few months of a child’s life there can be some unique questions that come up. The two biggest of these questions are what happens when the infant is breastfeeding and how is this handled…

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  • Oregon Divorce Mediation: A Method for Keeping Your Case Out of Court

    … Oregon Divorce Mediation: A Method for Keeping Your Case Out of Court October 15, 2016 by BrasierLaw Three Non-court Solutions to and Oregon Divorce: Part Three, Oregon Divorce Mediation Most people who are going through a divorce have good intentions. They want to end their marriage with as little hassle as possible. Unfortunately, most…

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  • Three Non-court Solutions to an Oregon Divorce

    … going through a divorce. The trick to staying out of court is reaching an agreement with the other party. There are three common ways people reach this goal without ever having to set foot in a courtroom. The Top Three Non-court Solutions to an Oregon Divorce 1. Uncontested Divorces. This is where, for the lucky ones, you and your spouse have…

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  • Portland Divorce: What Divorce Professionals Might I Need?

    … Portland Divorce: What Divorce Professionals Might I Need? August 4, 2016 by BrasierLaw Sometimes when going through a divorce or custody case, people might need to work with more professionals than just their attorney. This article briefly touches on some of the commonly used resources divorcing couples use, and gives some recommendations…

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  • Can I Avoid Court For my Divorce or Custody Case?

    … Can I Avoid Court For my Divorce or Custody Case? July 20, 2016 by BrasierLaw Many people, when faced with a divorce, dread the idea of having to go into court and putting their lives on public display. The good news is that in reality, very few divorce or custody cases ever see the inside of a court room. The way divorce or custody cases…

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  • Legal Separation versus Divorce in Oregon

    … Legal Separation versus Divorce in Oregon June 16, 2016 by BrasierLaw The question often comes up regarding what the differences are between a legal separation and a divorce. We will attempt here to explain some of the key legal points to consider if you are deciding which of these options is best for your situation. Legal Separation…

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  • I’m Getting a Divorce, What do I do Next?

    … I’m Getting a Divorce, What do I do Next? May 5, 2016 by BrasierLaw So you’ve decided you are getting a divorce and now you may be wondering, what do I do next? There are a lot of choices you have for what order to do things in now that you have decided to get a divorce. Depending on your personality, the first step might be to throw a party…

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  • Do I Need a Family Law Attorney for my Mediation

    … Do I Need a Family Law Attorney for my Mediation April 28, 2016 by BrasierLaw When heading into a divorce some people may feel they should try mediation before hiring a family law attorney to navigate their case. While mediation can sometimes be used as a way of avoiding the need for a divorce attorney, it may be important to consider using…

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  • Differences Between Virginia Civilian And Military Divorces

    … If you are one of the more than 1.3 million active duty[1] American military personnel stationed around the world, or if you are married to someone who is, there are family and divorce issues that are specific to military families that do not apply to a civilian marriage. When one spouse is an active service member it affects where a divorce can…

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  • Guide to Oregon and Washington Divorce Part IV: Getting a Divorce

    … Guide to Oregon and Washington Divorce Part IV: Getting a Divorce April 14, 2016 by BrasierLaw This is the fourth part of the Oregon and Washington guidebook to divorce a series meant to help guide those who are just starting the process of getting a divorce within the Oregon or Washington areas. It may be helpful to read the first few posts…

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  • Guidebook to Divorce Part 3: Who do I Hire to Do My Divorce?

    …. Another common reason to consult quickly is if you have children, especially if you are anticipating some disagreements with your spouse about custody or parenting time. If this describes your situation then you need to consult with an attorney immediately. Often, custody cases are won or lost within a few days or a week of the decision to divorce…

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  • Preparing to Get a Divorce in Oregon or Washington

    … times one person will quit their job, over their spouses objection, and stay home to care for the kids. Three years later, this sore spot burns into a flame that causes serious stress on the marriage. Unfortunately for the higher earner, it really doesn’t matter whether they agreed with the decision to stay home or not, they will be stuck paying…

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  • The Divorce Process: A Guide to Divorce in Oregon and Washington

    … The Divorce Process: A Guide to Divorce in Oregon and Washington March 3, 2016 by BrasierLaw A Four Part Guide to Divorce in Oregon or Washington Divorces, like many major changes, are better thought of as a process rather than an event. When people get married, the expectation of course is that this will be a life long relationship. It takes…

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  • Top 5 Secrets to a Successful Divorce Trial

    … Top 5 Secrets to a Successful Divorce Trial January 28, 2016 by BrasierLaw When seeking a divorce, be it in Portland, Oregon, Clark County, Washington or beyond, both parties want to come out with the best outcome possible. In many cases the parties are able to negotiate a settlement either through an uncontested divorce, a contested…

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