Ronald Johnston is one of the most experienced family law attorneys practicing in Beaverton OR. When you’re his client, he’ll ensure that you know everything you need to know about your family law case.
To help you organize your thoughts and plan questions, we’ve put together a list of 12 of the top things you need to know about family law. This post contains the final four entries.
- A postnuptial agreement is a plan for dealing with assets and property should the relationship end. – Is A Postnuptial Agreement Right For Me?
- Joint custody is short for “joint legal custody.” This is when divorced parents work together to raise their child (also known as co-parenting). Oregon won’t award joint child custody unless both parents agree. – Our Beaverton Custody Attorney Explains Joint Custody In Oregon
- A collaborative divorce is a divorce where both parties agree to resolve matters through negotiation and not adversarial means. If either party threatens to go to court, both lawyers will resign. – What Is A Collaborative Divorce?
- In Oregon, “parenting time” is used instead of the word “visitation.” – Parenting Time
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To read part two of this blog series, click here.
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