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Blog Posts in January, 2020

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  • Three Ways to Spend Valentine's Day After a Divorce
    Three Ways to Spend Valentine's Day After a Divorce

    Oh, Valentine’s Day. A Hallmark holiday that won’t let you forget that “love is in the air” with the heart-shaped candies, bouquets of flowers and love letters to be had—a consumer testament that love ...

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  • Is Estate Planning Only for the Wealthy or Elderly?
    Is Estate Planning Only for the Wealthy or Elderly?

    It’s a common misconception that estate planning tools, such as wills or trusts, are only necessary when someone earns a large amount of money, or are nearing the end of their life. We couldn’t ...

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  • How Can You Be Sure You're Ready for a Divorce?
    How Can You Be Sure You're Ready for a Divorce?

    Are you contemplating divorce but feel paralyzed by the weight of the decision? If your marriage is on the rocks, it can feel overwhelming trying to determine if your grounds for wanting to split are ...

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  • How Will Student Loan Debt Be Addressed in Your Oregon Divorce?
    How Will Student Loan Debt Be Addressed in Your Oregon Divorce?

    It’s not breaking news to say that managing finances is a common point of contention in many marriages. From learning how to combine assets and debts as a newly married couple, to agreeing on how to ...

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  • Best Apps to Help with Co-Parenting After a Divorce
    Best Apps to Help with Co-Parenting After a Divorce

    Ask anyone who has had to learn how to co-parent, and they will likely tell you that it didn’t always feel like a walk in the park. Co-parenting requires patience, flexibility, an ability to see past ...

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