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Child Relocation Considerations

Couples with children go through standard divorce filings and custody is decided by the courts; oftentimes, in Oregon, courts order sole legal and physical custody to one parent and visitation rights to the other. In some cases, joint-custody is granted between the...

Oregon DUII Diversion Program

No resident wants to face a Portland DUI, or a DUI in any town, or city, in Oregon. The fines, embarrassment and shame, and having your license revoked are obvious deterrents from inebriated driving and are strict consequences to face in the event of a DUI. The...

No-fault Divorce

Marriage should be one of the happiest journeys two people can embark on together, growing love, a family, and memories. For every love song in the world, you can probably think of a dozen that remind you of a special someone. Somewhere along the line, however, the...

The Pros and Cons of a 12-Step Program

Alcohol abuse and addiction are terrible demons that latch onto everyday people. Some will face Portland DUI charges due to mistakes they’ve made; some will realize they have a problem on their own and of their own volition; some will walk into interventions held by...

Should I Move Out of the Marital Home before or during Divorce?

It depends on your circumstances, needs and goals. If you or your child is in any immediate danger by staying in the home, then, yes, moving out ASAP is strongly advised. If, however, you need to know how moving out of the marital home could impact your interests in...

Will Divorce Destroy My Credit?

The potential impacts that a divorce case can have on your credit will depend on a number of different factors, including the nature of your marital property, shared lines of credit, etc. While we cannot specifically answer how your divorce will affect your credit...