Negotiating the pivotal decisions surrounding property division during a divorce can create tremendous challenges and stress for everyone involved. You may be understandably concerned about the house, car, retirement accounts and other major investments, as well as those things that carry enormous sentimental value.
The questions that must be answered are how to divide everything equitably, when to fight and when to let go. As an exclusive family law firm experienced in divorce and property division, our team at Landerholm Law can provide the counsel and advocacy you need.
Contact us at (503) 573-5566 to arrange an initial phone consultation.
In Oregon, there are marital property and marital assets. Property acquired during the marriage is considered a marital asset. All other property is considered marital property. This is important because the general presumption is that marital assets are split 50 / 50 whereas marital property may or may not be split at all. Oregon is a fair and equitable state and there are few hard and fast rules. Judges have a lot of leeway and flexibility in making property awards.
Because there is so much room for interpretation, it is vital that you have an experienced lawyer to protect your interests by presenting solid arguments before the judge. That's why Landerholm Law should be your first call. Our team follows through with dedicated advocacy and helpful counsel. We have experience successfully representing our clients' marital property interests in court, and we are here to help.
At Landerholm Law, we follow through with our commitments and set up plans that help our clients navigate life after divorce. Call us today to learn more. Our office is conveniently located 10 minutes from downtown Portland.
We represent clients throughout Oregon. Call (503) 573-5566 to arrange a phone consultation or complete our online form.