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    • Tips for Staying Positive Through the Winter Blues

      While February may be the month of love, for many it can also double as the month that the seasonal blues hit full force. With the excitement of the holidays passed, suddenly we all find ourselves ...

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    • 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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    • Firm Offers Free Referral Service to All

      Finalizing family law legal proceedings is a big moment that typically results in a feeling of relief—being able to lay a difficult season of life behind and move forward is profound. That being said, ...

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    • Do Marriage and Divorce Constitute the Need for New Wills?

      Have you recently experienced a big life change surrounding marriage? Perhaps you recently walked through a divorce, or are currently in the midst of a dissolution? Alternatively, maybe you've ...

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    • How Can You Support Your Adult Child Through Their Divorce?

      News of a divorce from friends and family can come as a shock, but when this news comes from your adult child, it can create a very real sense of grief and loss. Depending on how open your adult child ...

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    • Tips for Staying Positive Through the Winter Blues

      While February may be the month of love, for many it can also double as the month that the seasonal blues hit full force. With the excitement of the holidays passed, suddenly we all find ourselves ...

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    • Pautas y etiqueta para apariciones remotas en el tribunal

      Los tribunales ahora se están abriendo y permitiendo que una variedad de mociones civiles, domésticas y criminales se realicen de forma remota, por teléfono y video. Se están programando nuevas ...

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    • Como comunicarse efectivamente con su abogado

      Si se encuentra en una situación donde es necesario contratar un abogado de ley familiar, ya sea debido a un divorcio, un caso de custodia de niños, o un asunto de planificación patrimonial, es ...

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    • Infidelidad y divorcio en Oregón

      Hay una serie de problemas que se citan como razones para un divorcio. Aunque Oregón es un estado de divorcio "sin culpa", lo que significa que no se puede citar o considerar una razón específica como ...

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    • The Alarming Consequences of Not Having an Estate Plan in Place

      Estate plans are something that everyone should have, regardless of their financial status. Whether you are young or old, single or married, with or without children, working for someone else or own ...

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    • When Should You Revise Your Will or Trust?

      Over two million people die each year, many of whom never signed the basic documents needed to protect their loved ones. You may have already taken this important step. The question for you now is: ...

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    • The Four Main Reasons Why You Should Have an Estate Plan

      When we think about it, we all plan for the things. Whether planning out our next vacation, which car to buy, or even where to go out for dinner, we take the time to do so because we want to make sure ...

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    • 11 Guidelines for Court Remote Appearances

      Courts are now opening up and allowing a range of civil, domestic relations, and criminal motions to be conducted remotely, by telephonic and video. New motions are being scheduled and motions that ...

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    • The Four Main Reasons Why You Should Have an Estate Plan

      When we think about it, we all plan for the things. Whether planning out our next vacation, which car to buy, or even where to go out for dinner, we take the time to do so because we want to make sure ...

      Read More
    • Do Marriage and Divorce Constitute the Need for New Wills?

      Have you recently experienced a big life change surrounding marriage? Perhaps you recently walked through a divorce, or are currently in the midst of a dissolution? Alternatively, maybe you've ...

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    • Domestic Violence Increases Due to COVID-19 Part II: How the Court Can Help

      Oregon’s statewide stay-at-home order during the coronavirus outbreak has led to an unintended but growing consequence: for people that are living with domestic violence, staying at home and being ...

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    • Have You Set Up an Estate Plan? Here Are the Reasons Why You Should.

      The rapidly accelerating impact of COVID-19 and the coronavirus has been unsettling, to say the least. Social norms that we have taken for granted have been pulled out from under us and left us ...

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    • Our Role and Responsibility in Navigating Through COVID-19

      The world is grappling with an issue of enormous scale and human impact, and our hearts go out to all who have been affected by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). Here at Landerholm Family Law, ...

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    • Simple Steps to Manage Stress During the Holidays

      The season is changing, and the holidays are quickly approaching. For many couples, the anticipation of the holiday season can bring stress and a busy feeling that can be hard to navigate. The ...

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    • 11 Guidelines for Court Remote Appearances

      Courts are now opening up and allowing a range of civil, domestic relations, and criminal motions to be conducted remotely, by telephonic and video. New motions are being scheduled and motions that ...

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    • Oregon’s Real ID Compliance Deadline and Domestic Airline Travel

      If you have plans to fly domestically after October 1, 2020, you may be growing more and more concerned about being able to do so, and not just because of the coronavirus pandemic. Thousands of ...

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    • A COVID-19 Update for All Oregonians

      As news of COVID-19 and the coronavirus pandemic continues to change, we at Landerholm Family Law are committed to help you navigate this situation, especially as to how it directly affects the health ...

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