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August 2019 Archives

Setting children up for educational success despite divorce

Divorce can be difficult for every family member of a couple, but especially the children they have shared together. If proper measures are not taken to reduce the effect that a divorce has on children, they may experience difficult emotional turmoil that could interfere with many areas of their life including their education. If two parents are getting a divorce in Oregon, it is imperative that they begin looking at their children's education endeavors immediately to reduce the negative effects that their separation will have on their children's future. 

What happens if your ex fails to pay child support in Oregon?

When you have a child support order in place in Oregon, you probably expect that your child’s other parent will do his or her duty and pay the child support on time and as ordered. Regrettably, however, this is not always the way things work, and in some situations, you may need the state to intervene if you are not getting the amount your child support order dictates. Just what might the state be able to do to help you get your hands on the child support owed to you?

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