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  • Deconstructing the Divorce Process: Preparing for a Favorable and Lasting Outcome
    Deconstructing the Divorce Process: Preparing for a Favorable and Lasting Outcome

    Last week, Landerholm Family Law’s Partner, Will Jones, took to Facebook Live to break down the divorce process in Oregon. Starting a divorce can be not only overwhelming, but anxiety-inducing when ...

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  • 11 Guidelines for Court Remote Appearances
    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
    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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  • Do Marriage and Divorce Constitute the Need for New Wills?
    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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  • Everything You Need to Know About the Student Loan Payment Relief Program Prompted by COVID-19
    Everything You Need to Know About the Student Loan Payment Relief Program Prompted by COVID-19

    Good news for people who have a federal student loan that they are paying on. With the coronavirus pandemic spreading throughout the United States, crippling the economy and putting millions of people ...

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