Monthly Archives: February 2017

When a Premarital Agreement Can Be Considered Invalid

A prenuptial agreement can be an incredibly useful option for couples looking to protect their individual financial status should a divorce come into play in the future. The negative stigma associated with prenups has long since passed as now they’re often looked at as a smart financial decision for couples planning to marry. But time […]

Understanding the Different Types of Alimony

Alimony, also known as spousal maintenance or spousal support, is a form of payment made to the other person either during (temporary support) a divorce or for a period of time after a divorce. Under family law in Tigard, and elsewhere in Oregon there are three types of support arrangements: transitional spousal support, compensatory spousal […]