Category Archives: Complex property division

WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER FILE YOUR OWN DIVORCE

Many of our clients often wonder if they could possibly handle their own divorce. The answer depends on the risk you want to take on the outcome of your case. You could try to handle your own divorce if your … Continue reading

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How Do I Determine The Value Of My Business In A Divorce?

THE USE OF BUSINESS VALUATIONS IN DIVORCE Many of our high-asset clients are the owners of a business.  It is not uncommon for married couples to co-own a small business or one of the parties to run and manage a … Continue reading

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What are the Most Important Assets to Protect in a Divorce?

We are often asked by our clients what are the most important assets to protect when facing a divorce.  Obviously, the most important asset to any family is their children and providing for the best interests and welfare of their … Continue reading

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HOW IS PROPERTY DIVIDED IN A DIVORCE?

Oregon requires full disclosure of all separate and marital property when a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce) is filed. Parties who can agree on property division can use a Marital Settlement Agreement to divide their property. The Marital Settlement … Continue reading

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