Yearly Archives: 2013

Helping People During Divorce – Parenting Time Enforcement

I love helping people through difficult court cases. Saying this at a social gathering can be a conversation stopper, but it’s true. I previously blogged about my passion to help, and about helping one particular client through a very difficult … Continue reading

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When is my Oregon divorce final?

I have had many divorce clients ask when is the divorce final? People in divorce want closure and finality, and many expect the divorce to be final at trial, or when they sign the judgment of dissolution of marriage, or … Continue reading

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New Case Law – Proper Calculation of Military Pension Amount

In February, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled on a case I filed.  The ruling addressed two issues: The calculation of a military pension; and use of the child tax exemption.  The Court refused to rule on the child tax … Continue reading

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Helping People During Divorce

I love my work as a divorce and custody lawyer. I get funny looks saying this sometimes, but it’s true. The reason I chose this challenging work is a basic desire to help people. One of the biggest satisfactions I … Continue reading

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