Blog Posts in 2013

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  • How the New Child Support Guidelines May Affect Your Bottom Line
    How the New Child Support Guidelines May Affect Your Bottom Line

    PART ONE OF A FIVE PART SERIES ON THE NEW CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES! Oregon’s new child support guidelines went into effect July 1, 2013. Whether you are opening a new child support case or thinking of ...

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  • Joint vs. Sole Custody and what is Custody in Oregon.
    Joint vs. Sole Custody and what is Custody in Oregon.

    When minor children are involved, this is a question I get in almost every initial consultation. In Oregon, the term “ custody ” refers to legal custody only. Legal custody gives that parent the right ...

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  • Healthy and Sustainable Approaches to Co-Parenting
    Healthy and Sustainable Approaches to Co-Parenting

    Child custody and parenting time cases are often very trying for the parties. The subject matter is so important that parents often find themselves wrapped up in the minutia of their co-parenting ...

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  • The Complexity of a Multijurisdictional Family Law Case: Oregon v. California
    The Complexity of a Multijurisdictional Family Law Case: Oregon v. California

    Navigating the family law court system can be quite overwhelming for both self-represented and attorney-represented clients. The confusion can be further magnified if the client lives in one state yet ...

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