Blog Posts in November, 2020

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  • How Does Virtual Learning Impact Your Current Parenting Plan?
    How Does Virtual Learning Impact Your Current Parenting Plan?

    Back to school planning can be stressful, and perhaps more so for two household families. Even for separated and divorced parents who have worked out how to cooperate when it comes to their kids, back ...

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  • Can a Divorce Decree Break a Rental Agreement?
    Can a Divorce Decree Break a Rental Agreement?

    Are you renting a property in Oregon, but due to certain life circumstances, such as a divorce, you’re needing to break your lease early? If this is the case, it’s important to understand Oregon ...

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  • ¿Qué es una Orden de Estatus Quo?
    ¿Qué es una Orden de Estatus Quo?

    Es normal que al afrontar un divorcio nos sintamos sumamente abrumados—De repente, su estilo de vida, rutina y círculo social comienzan a cambiar. Como adultos, tenemos la habilidad de adaptación para ...

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  • Desmitificando los Documentos Comunes de la Planificación Patrimonial
    Desmitificando los Documentos Comunes de la Planificación Patrimonial

    Recientemente invitamos a nuestro Abogado Asociado, Triston Dallas, a acompañarnos en nuestro Facebook Live para discutir sobre los diferentes elementos de un plan de sucesión. Existe una gran ...

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  • Managing Screen Time While Learning and Working Virtually
    Managing Screen Time While Learning and Working Virtually

    Now more than ever, our families are relying on our laptops, tablets and phones to maintain a certain standard of normalcy. While technology has provided a unique means of being able to push forward ...

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