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May 2016 Archives

Violating the parenting plan is harmful to children

Creating a child custody plan can be easy enough for some Oregon parents, but creating a plan and then later adhering to it are two very different things. Parents usually agree that a parenting plan should always revolve around the best interests of their child or children. However, ensuring that both parents later respect the agreement and continue to agree about what is best for the children involved is not always straightforward.

Where to go for legal help with family law issues in Oregon

Like many others across the nation, most Oregon families are doing their best to keep up with changing times. Family life is not without its many challenges, which may include emotional, economic and, sometimes, legal issues. Family law encompasses a wide variety of situations from prenuptial agreements to paternity or child custody matters.