When you split from your Oregon spouse, you will undoubtedly need to untangle your lives from one another’s, and if you share children you both plan to parent moving forward, you will need to figure out how to effectively co-parent. Co-parenting almost always involves a significant adjustment, but the more you and your child’s other parent can agree to when it comes to raising your shared child, the better off that child will likely be.
Married couples who are splitting up in Oregon and want the divorce process to be cost-effective and less stressful may want to consider mediation. This process can be very beneficial to not only the soon-to-be-ex spouses, but also for any children involved. However, it is also important to know that it is not always the right choice for every couple or situation.