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A common question in spousal support cases is: “Should I move into an apartment at a low rent while I am waiting for the court to hear my case? In one court case, this frugality worked against the party seeking … Continue reading
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In accordance with ORS 107.137 there is a rebuttable presumption that if one parent committed abuse against the other, then it is not in the child’s best interests to award that parent custody. However in Weismandel-Sullivan and Sullivan, 228 Or … Continue reading
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements: It is possible to enter into a contract with your future spouse designating which assets remain yours in the event of divorce and in the event of death how this asset shall be distributed. These agreements … Continue reading
An emergency custody order may be obtained if your child is in immediate danger and you need to suspend the other parent’s contact with the child in order to protect the child. See ORS 107.097 if you are seeking an … Continue reading
Custody is normally awarded to the primary caregiver. This is defined as the person who spends the most time meeting the child’s needs.
At the time of divorce, the asset and debts shall be divided equitable by the court. Any asset acquired during the marriage is deemed marital property. If you came into the marriage with property, it may also no subject to … Continue reading
In Oregon if a parent wants to move to a new state, then they may need to have the permission of the other parent or an order from the court to permit relocation.
Did you know you can modify a custody agreement?
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