Tag Archives: Oregon Court of Appeals

New Case Law – Definition of Abuse in a Restraining Order Case

The Oregon Court of Appeals in Martinez and Martinez released an opinion on March 10, 2010 relating to the definition of abuse in a restraining order case.  One of the prima facie elements necessary to obtain a restraining order (FAPA … Continue reading

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New Case Law – Taking the kids back from Grandma

Court of Appeals reverses trial court ruling regarding grandparent’s rights in Oregon. Continue reading

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New Case Law – why trial court findings and evidence are important

As a Portland Oregon divorce law firm, Stephens & Margolin LLP is dedicated to keeping up to date on Oregon Court of Appeals and Oregon Supreme Court opinions. As a service of The Oregon Divorce Blog, we will be providing … Continue reading

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New Case Law – splitting up the house

What happens to the house equity when an unmarried couple split up? Continue reading

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New Case Law – October 15, 2008 decisions of the Oregon Court of Appeals

As a Portland Oregon divorce law firm, Stephens & Margolin LLP is dedicated to keeping up to date on Oregon Court of Appeals and Oregon Supreme Court opinions. As a service of The Oregon Divorce Blog, we will be providing … Continue reading

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