My spouse is seeing someone else. Is this enough to get divorced in Oregon? Oregon has adopted the concept of “no fault” divorce. Unlike some other states where a party seeking a divorce may need to show cruelty, adultery, abandonment o… Read More
It seems Oregon parents and spouses are trying to handle their own family law matters more than ever. Summary dissolution options make it easier to “do-it-yourself”. However, even when both sides agree the marriage is over, hiring an Oregon divor… Read More
There is no set price for a child custody and parenting time case. The court charges a filing fee for petitions and responses. There are also additional fees for services, settlement conferences, and the trial. The more hearings it takes to resolve your case, the more you will pay. The same is true for attorney fees. The longer, and more complicated your case becomes, the more you can expect to pay in legal fees.