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November 2019 Archives

A prenup now can avoid conflict later

People in Oregon considering marriage may not want to think about divorce when they are preoccupied with romantic plans for the future. In addition, many people think of prenuptial agreements as solely a matter for extremely wealthy people or celebrities. However, a growing number of people across the country are choosing prenups for themselves before they marry. There are many reasons why more people are considering prenuptial agreements and why they may be a good idea for people of all financial backgrounds. In particular, many people today marry after they have established careers or bought real estate of their own, a change from people marrying as they just start off in life.

Long-distance parenting after divorce

Long-distance parenting after a divorce can present some challenges for parents in Oregon. However, parents can focus on quality of time together over quantity and still maintain a bond with their children. There are many things they can do to bolster a sense of connection even though they are far away.

Business owners and divorce

When couples living in Oregon decide to divorce, financial issues often take center stage. A couple must decide how to divide their debts and assets and make decisions regarding ongoing financial support. If the couple owns a business together, or either spouse is a business owner, these negotiations can quickly become complex.

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