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August 2014 Archives

Asset division can be complicated by hidden funds

An important aspect of divorce proceedings is deciding how to properly divide the marital assets. However, if one partner hasn't been entirely honest when it comes to the disclosing of those assets, the other might end up with far less of his or her fair share. Nevertheless, there are steps that may be taken to ensure that nothing is hidden during asset division of an Oregon divorce proceeding.

Support payments must reflect income, child custody arrangement

For many in Oregon, it may seem that expenses for children, such as school fees or new shoes, are on the rise. Sometimes, the primary parent in the child custody agreement may end up shouldering more of these costs than they believe they are actually responsible for. This can sometimes be the result of changes in either parent's financial situation.