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September 2019 Archives

Recognizing signs of parental alienation

Unfortunately, it is not at all uncommon for Oregon divorces to turn ugly and acrimonious, and if you find yourself embroiled in such a divorce, you may have concerns about how it could potentially impact your children. Sometimes, parents navigating their way through divorces have particularly hard feelings toward one another, and in some instances, they may try to pass those hard feelings on to any children they share with their exes. Attorney Daniel J. Lounsbury recognizes that doing so can hinder not only the co-parenting relationship, but the shared child’s well-being, and he has helped many clients navigating these and similar circumstances pursue solutions that meet their needs.

How do you modify child custody in Oregon?

It is true that there could be situations in which you could modify a child custody decision in Oregon. However, most attorneys would probably tell you to try and be as thorough as possible in your initial negotiations during divorce. Facing everything at once has the potential to be exhausting, but it is often worth it in the long run.

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