July 8, 2020

Access to Justice, Asset Preservation, Business Law, Child Support, Civil Rights, Custody Modification, Divorce & Separation, Family Law, Nonprofit Law, Oregon, Parenting Time, Power of Attorney, Protection Orders, Service Provided, Spousal Support, Trusts, Wills

Getting involved in the legal system can be hard. A lawyer can help you through the process. Here are some things that you should consider when hiring a lawyer.

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June 29, 2020

Access to Justice, Child Support, Civil Rights, Custody Modification, Divorce & Separation, Family Law, Oregon, Parenting Time, Protection Orders, Spousal Support, State

The courts are having a difficult time addressing the needs of litigants while maintaining safety procedures in the time of COVID-19. Learn how you can resolve your case through mediation with The Commons Law Center.

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June 12, 2020

Access to Justice, Child Support, Custody Modification, Divorce & Separation, Family Law, Oregon, Parenting Time, Power of Attorney, Protection Orders, Service Provided, Spousal Support, Trusts, Wills

Proving your case in court can be hard, but using the rules of discovery can help. The Commons Law Center can help you work through discovery for your family law case.

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June 1, 2020

Access to Justice, Asset Preservation, Business Law, Child Support, Custody Modification, Divorce & Separation, Family Law, Nonprofit Law, Oregon, Parenting Time, Power of Attorney, Protection Orders, Service Provided, Spousal Support, Trusts, Wills

Getting legal help can be hard, but often necessary. Lawyers have certain duties to the people that they help that protect you.

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June 1, 2020

Access to Justice, Divorce & Separation, Family Law, Oregon, Service Provided

Property division in a divorce can be confusing and stressful. Oregon law follows a practice of ‘equitable distribution’ when considering how assets should be divided. Learning about equitable distribution can help you protect your interests during your divorce. What is Equitable Distribution? Equitable distribution is the way the court tries to split up marital property

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