Numbers are a big part of any divorce, whether regarding property divisions, custody... more
Numbers are a big part of any divorce, whether regarding property divisions, custody or support. During his work with one of the countrys largest accounting firms, Zach learned a thing or two about being a numbers guy. Zach is someone who enjoys the challenge of complex property issues, researching and digging to make sure his clients get the best possible settlements. With a Masters in Busine... view profile
I started my career as a paralegal for a civil litigation firm before dedicating... more
I started my career as a paralegal for a civil litigation firm before dedicating myself to family law. Originally I practiced as a family law & divorce attorney in San Diego County before moving to Oregon and joining Landerholm Law in 2012. I'm still barred and active in California and maintain a current caseload there.Click here, to read more about Tabitha Brincat.
I am a divorce and family law attorney practicing in Oregon and Washington. My... more
I am a divorce and family law attorney practicing in Oregon and Washington. My specific practice areas encompass all areas of family law including dissolution of marriage, legal separation, child custody, child support, spousal support, maintenance, and property and debt division.
Laurel joined Stahancyk, Kent & Hook in 1999 and was elected a shareholder in 2004.... more
Laurel joined Stahancyk, Kent & Hook in 1999 and was elected a shareholder in 2004. Laurel litigates dissolution cases throughout the states of Oregon and Washington, successfully representing clients in all matters relating to family law, which can include: divorce, legal separation, domestic partnership in Oregon, modification of spousal support and child support, prenuptial, postnuptial agre... view profile
Kathy is a leading authority on interstate and international custody disputes and... more
Kathy is a leading authority on interstate and international custody disputes and provides legal advice and representation in cases involving international family law issues. A powerful litigator and tireless advocate for the interests of families and children, she has a special interest in contested child custody and parenting time disputes. Kathy has a strong commitment to helping clients thr... view profile
Bills goal, in every case he handles, is to honor the needs of his clients and be... more
Bills goal, in every case he handles, is to honor the needs of his clients and be mindful of the best interests of their children. Bill approaches premarital agreements with a commitment help the parties forge a financial partnership that they can embrace. When handling divorces, Bill recognizes that divorce is a process, not an event. Divorce re-constellates the family; it does not end it. C... view profile
I went to law school with the intention of making the world safe for gays and... more
I went to law school with the intention of making the world safe for gays and lesbians everywhere. I am lucky enough to be spending much of my time doing just that. My firm represents clients in family matters from adoption to estate planning to business to divorce and custody. I focus my practice on adoption, donor agreements, surrogacy agreements, and partnership agreements. My associa... view profile
Annelisa Smith is an associate attorney with McKinley Irvin, one of the Pacific... more
Annelisa Smith is an associate attorney with McKinley Irvin, one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest family law firms. She represents clients in Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA in practice areas such as child custody, domestic violence, child support and divorce. She graduated with her J.D. and M.S. from Vermont Law School (Dean’s Fellow). In addition to her role at McKinley Irvin, she is also... view profile
Collin is a partner at the Portland office at McKinley Irvin. Mr. McKean recognizes... more
Collin is a partner at the Portland office at McKinley Irvin. Mr. McKean recognizes that your legal issues can feel overwhelming. Litigants often find themselves in polarizing situations, where common ground seems out of reach. Beginning with his initial get-acquainted meeting, Collin works with clients to identify their objectives, and regularly seeks creative resolutions to whatever challen... view profile
If you are getting divorced and have children, part of the divorce agreement will involve determining where and with whom the children will live. A child custody lawyer can help you negotiate custody, either by agreement or in court. The custodial parent (the one the child lives with) earns the legal right to make decisions regarding the child's lifestyle, welfare, and education. Some parents opt for joint custody, which means children divide their time between both parents' homes, and parents share the right to make decisions on behalf of the children. If you as parents are unable to agree on child custody, a judge will decide for you.
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