July 28, 2023

Child Support, Custody, Divorce & Separation, Family Law, Modification, Parenting Time, Protection Orders, Spousal Support

Best Practices: Social Media & Family Law CasesIn today’s world, social media has become an all-encompassing and crucial aspect of life and the human experience. While it enables individuals to connect with others, it can also result in repercussions that could significantly affect your legal situation. It’s important to remember that everything on your social

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July 14, 2023

Custody, Divorce & Separation, Family Law

What is discovery?During a divorce or custody case, both parties may need to obtain documents or information from the other party related to the issues in the case. The party can use that information or those documents as evidence in the case. The process of requesting documents or information from the other party is known as discovery.”How do you request documents

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July 7, 2023

Custody, Family Law, Modification, Parenting Time

How Courts Handle Religion in Custody CasesFamily law cases can become complex, particularly when religious and spiritual beliefs are involved. Parents have the right to raise their children in the religion of their choice, but children also have the right to freedom of religion. Judges are tasked with determining the child’s best interests while upholding

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June 26, 2023

Divorce & Separation, Family Law

How Courts View PetsDivorce is stressful enough without having to worry about if you will lose your pet in the process. Although pet parents love and care for their pets as family members, courts do not decide who your pet spends time with after a divorce in the same way courts decide child custody.When a

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June 16, 2023

Child Support, Custody, Family Law

Child support in Oregon Typically, child support is discontinued when a child turns 18 years of age. In Oregon, an adult child attending school may be entitled to receive child support payments from either or both parents if there is a current Oregon child support order.To receive child support, a child attending school must be: 1. At

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