If you and your marital partner are splitting up, there may be various aspects of your divorce that bother you or cause you to worry. For example, if you are a parent you may be terrified of a dispute over child custody and how things will unfold. The financial side of divorce can be very tricky as well and property division is one area that can be especially challenging and complex for some couples. In this post, we will take a look at some of the different examples of marital property, which is subject to division.
When a couple in Oregon chooses to get divorced, their decision may require that one or both parents relocate as the courts negotiate the details of the separation. For couples with children, this process could be critical as they negotiate where their children will live and who their guardians will be. They will also need to decide whether parenting responsibilities and decisions will be shared and how time will be split between both parents to allow their children to maintain a relationship with both their mom and dad.
When an Oregon couple decides to dissolve their union, a parenting plan must accompany the request for divorce if they have minor children. The amount of time the children spend with each parent is a required part of the document.