In Oregon child support is based on a formula. You plug in the numbers, press a button, and the calculator produces the presumptively correct amount of child support. You can agree to use a different number if both people are willing to do so. However, in the absence of some other agreement agreement, the number […]
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Every Oregon divorce or custody case that includes minor children must include a parenting plan. Here are some things to keep in mind when you are developing your parenting plan: General vs. Specific. Parenting plans can be as general or as specific as you want them to be. There are benefits of each type of […]
Every Oregon divorce or custody case that involves children must include a provision about 1) who is going to cover the children on health insurance, and 2) how unreimbursed medical expenses are going to be paid for. It can also address how parents’ health insurance is going to be handled, although that is not required. […]
“Tax discounting” is a (relatively) simple but important concept that frequently comes up in the divorce context. Although the concept itself is fairly straightforward, as with many things, the details can be pretty complicated. This article is designed to give you a general overview of the topic of tax discounting. Your mediator, attorney or CPA […]
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