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December 2013 Archives

The prenuptial agreement: Is it for you?

Couples in Oregon who are engaged to be married know how much preparation the typical wedding requires. From narrowing down the guest list to picking out the reception music, the list of to-dos can seem endless. It's not unheard of for soon-to-be spouses to have disagreements over the finer details, though they're usually resolved quickly. As the couple prepares for their life together, these minor differences can remind them that they are bound to have conflicts over the course of their marriage.

The difference between legal and physical child custody

When it comes to child custody, there are two very important phrases to know: physical custody and legal custody. Many people may think these two child custody principles are the same (or are similar), when in fact they are very different. Physical custody is a principle that governs how the daily activities and needs of a child are taken care of, including where the child will live.