Blog Posts in April, 2019

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  • Tips for Online Dating After a Divorce
    Tips for Online Dating After a Divorce

    Over the years, we’ve seen online dating flourish from the “red-headed step child" of romantic setups to a practical, and wildly common way of bringing people with similar interests together. Gone are ...

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  • What is Equitable Distribution?
    What is Equitable Distribution?

    The division of a family due to divorce presents not only emotional hurdles to overcome, but a variety of decisions that need to be made regarding assets. Throughout the dissolution, you and your ...

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  • Practical Steps to Avoid Entitlement in Children
    Practical Steps to Avoid Entitlement in Children

    If you keep up with the news, you likely read about the recent college admission scandal that made headlines—wealthy parents paying high sums of money to ensure their children get a spot at some of ...

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  • Landerholm Family Law to Initiate Statewide Adoptions
    Landerholm Family Law to Initiate Statewide Adoptions

    This March, Landerholm Law announced the opening of their third branch in Salem, Oregon. Associate Attorney, Kate Denning, will be heading the office and helping to curate an environment and family ...

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  • Common Divorce Tax Implications
    Common Divorce Tax Implications

    Tax season isn’t necessarily a time of year or a pending task that prompts enthusiasm—add in a divorce, and the tax implications that can accompany your changing marital status, and it may feel ...

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  • What Is a Start-Anew-Moon?
    What Is a Start-Anew-Moon?

    We’ve all heard of honeymoons, and perhaps more recently the development of baby-moons, but have you heard of a start-anew-moon? If you can get past all of the hyphenations this trendy term requires, ...

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