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  • Tips for Staying Positive Through the Winter Blues
    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?
    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
    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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Can Men Receive Spousal Support After Divorce?
    Can Men Receive Spousal Support After Divorce?

    Spousal support, or “alimony” as it is commonly referred to, is a court-ordered payment from one former spouse to the other. When people think of alimony, they generally assume that the woman is the ...

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