Oregon averages nearly 14,000 divorces each year. Married couples decide to terminate their marriages for many reasons, which may cause them to end the relationships on amicable or contentious terms. Regardless of the nature of the divorce, both spouses must not do certain things during the divorce that violate the law or negatively affect the case. An Oregon divorce, known
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When a couple gets married, each spouse brings what the possessions they own to the marriage. During the marriage, the couple may acquire and share additional real and personal property. Once one or both spouses decide to end the marriage, each is entitled to certain property, support, and, if children are involved, visitation. Marital Property and Separate Property In a
The COVID-19 pandemic has –at least temporarily –changed how American society functions. While things will eventually go back to some version of a “new normal,” the financial and economic impact of the pandemic will have lasting consequences on many Oregonians. While the Oregon unemployment rate hovered around 3.3 percent prior to the crisis, over 20 million Americans have lost their