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  • Red Flags When Creating an Estate Plan for a Blended Family
    Red Flags When Creating an Estate Plan for a Blended Family

    We asked our estate planning attorney, Triston Dallas, to talk our readers through some of the most important red-flags to be aware of when it comes to estate plans and blended families: "Blended ...

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  • Helpful Tips When Filing for a FAPA Restraining Order
    Helpful Tips When Filing for a FAPA Restraining Order

    We recently invited former judge, Ken Stewart, to sit down with us and discuss Oregon’s Family Abuse Prevention Act restraining order, otherwise known as a FAPA. While this topic can be complex, Ken ...

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  • 7 Ideas to Help Support Children’s Mental Health As Winter Wraps Up
    7 Ideas to Help Support Children’s Mental Health As Winter Wraps Up

    Do you have a child who is struggling this winter? The “grey months” of winter, especially once the excitement for the winter holidays have passed, can already be mentally difficult for kids. With the ...

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  • Strategies for Communicating with a High-Conflict Ex-Spouse
    Strategies for Communicating with a High-Conflict Ex-Spouse

    Much like most parents, you are willing to do whatever it takes to protect your children from harm, whether that be physical, verbal, or emotional. Unfortunately, this becomes exponentially more ...

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  • Help! I Want a Divorce but Don’t Know Where to Start: A Guide to Divorce
    Help! I Want a Divorce but Don’t Know Where to Start: A Guide to Divorce

    Last month, Founding Attorney, Lewis Landerholm, joined our webinar to discuss important issues you should consider before and while filing for divorce. As we head into the new year, many couples who ...

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  • Ideas to Help Spread Positivity Into the New Year
    Ideas to Help Spread Positivity Into the New Year

    With 2020 come and gone, the world has had an opportunity to look back and reflect on what has been a collectively challenging year for most. Certainly the last nine months, and expectations for what ...

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