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Older women more likely to divorce after serious illness

Although many couples are now writing their own vows, there are still plenty of couples that recite "in sickness and in health" when marrying their spouse. Those words might not be so true for couples in Oregon and elsewhere after all. A recent study found that when a wife falls ill, the marriage is more likely to end in divorce.

Child custody plan can protect Oregon children

A child custody plan may have played an integral role in ensuring the safe return of a toddler girl to her mother. The father, who is from Oregon, is alleged to have kidnapped his daughter and fled the state. After the mother reported the breach in their child custody arrangement, multiple police state agencies tracked the man down roughly 24 hours from the time of the reported kidnapping.

Child custody plan can protect Oregon children

A child custody plan may have played an integral role in ensuring the safe return of a toddler girl to her mother. The father, who is from Oregon, is alleged to have kidnapped his daughter and fled the state. After the mother reported the breach in their child custody arrangement, multiple police state agencies tracked the man down roughly 24 hours from the time of the reported kidnapping.

After an Oregon divorce, taxes may be trickier

Most people hope that financial and legal difficulties are in the past when a divorce is finally settled. During this tax season, some Oregon divorcees might be surprised to find that this isn't always so. While the deadline for taxes to be filed is April 15, the IRS does grant extensions to certain individuals. Since filing taxes after a divorce can include decisions that have previously not had to be made, keeping important details in mind, such as alimony and child custody, can ensure a smoother process for those involved.

After an Oregon divorce, taxes may be trickier

Most people hope that financial and legal difficulties are in the past when a divorce is finally settled. During this tax season, some Oregon divorcees might be surprised to find that this isn't always so. While the deadline for taxes to be filed is April 15, the IRS does grant extensions to certain individuals. Since filing taxes after a divorce can include decisions that have previously not had to be made, keeping important details in mind, such as alimony and child custody, can ensure a smoother process for those involved.

Divorce settlements should be carefully analyzed before accepting

There may be times that divorce can bring out the worst in some people. Sadly, for some people embroiled in a divorce, this may simply be a tactic to encourage the other party to settle fast and settle low. While it is understandable that an Oregon divorcee might choose a less-than-desirable or even fair settlement in order to end a bitter and prolonged divorce, there may be instances in which sticking to requests is a good idea. In these instances, it is best to be prepared.

Divorce settlements should be carefully analyzed before accepting

There may be times that divorce can bring out the worst in some people. Sadly, for some people embroiled in a divorce, this may simply be a tactic to encourage the other party to settle fast and settle low. While it is understandable that an Oregon divorcee might choose a less-than-desirable or even fair settlement in order to end a bitter and prolonged divorce, there may be instances in which sticking to requests is a good idea. In these instances, it is best to be prepared.

Child custody agreements could prevent overnight guests in Oregon

After divorcing and putting a bad marriage behind them, some people might be ready to jump in to a new relationship right off the bat. While in general this is fine, some Oregon divorcees might need to pump the brakes on any overnight visitors. Besides the possible ill-effects it might have on any children involved, it could also affect a court-ordered child custody agreement.

Child custody agreements could prevent overnight guests in Oregon

After divorcing and putting a bad marriage behind them, some people might be ready to jump in to a new relationship right off the bat. While in general this is fine, some Oregon divorcees might need to pump the brakes on any overnight visitors. Besides the possible ill-effects it might have on any children involved, it could also affect a court-ordered child custody agreement.

Child custody being awarded to more Oregon fathers

Not only is single parenthood increasing in the United States, but the number of single fathers is also increasing. A recent study revealed that, of families with at least one minor child that were headed by a single parent, 8 percent of them involved a single father. This societal change may have affected the way that Oregon now views child custody.