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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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  • How to Enforce a Parenting Plan If Your Ex Is Not Cooperating
    How to Enforce a Parenting Plan If Your Ex Is Not Cooperating

    It is no secret; divorce is hard. And while there are many reasons that go into this invariable truth, one of the most challenging difficulties divorce brings on is learning how to split time with ...

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  • What Is the Discovery Process?
    What Is the Discovery Process?

    When going through a family law matter, you may be required to go through “Discovery.” So, what exactly is Discovery? Well, it’s pretty much what you might think it is. Discovery is the term that ...

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  • Practicing Gratitude Through Hardship
    Practicing Gratitude Through Hardship

    When you’re going through a challenging season, especially if it pertains to a painful shift in family dynamic, it can be easy to allow feelings of anger, sadness, defeat, or regret to make themselves ...

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  • The Importance of Taking Time to Cope Post-Divorce
    The Importance of Taking Time to Cope Post-Divorce

    Is it just us, or does Autumn have a way of conjuring up old, cherished feelings that we forgot were buried deep, long forgotten with the passing years? There’s just something about the cooling ...

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