If you have family and loved ones who you want to inherit any of your belongings or assets when you die, or you have a large estate that you wish to be managed well, a last will and testament is a good way to ensure that things go as you would have wished after your passing. You may be wondering what Oregon state law says about what happens to your estate if there is no will involved, or if your will is considered invalid for any reason.
When you hear about a celebrity divorce, it may not be too surprising to you. Celebrities live very demanding lives, which often make it difficult to maintain a marriage.
For many years, there has been a stigma attached to prenuptial agreements. As recently as 2013, a marriage expert expressed an opinion in the New York Times that a couple considering a prenup might as well skip the wedding in favor of cohabitation.
Vaccinations can save lives, but there is a movement that is against them. Some people in Oregon believe that vaccines cause more harm than good, so they refuse to vaccinate their children.
One of your main concerns during your divorce is likely who will get custody of your children. In order to get an idea of how custody arrangements work out, it is helpful to understand the laws in Oregon about this issue.
When you leave this world, you leave behind all of your worldly possessions and all of the people you love. Nobody really knows what happens for you after you die, but it is clear what happens with your assets and the people you leave behind in Oregon.
Anyone going through a divorce in Oregon who has children most likely has questions about who will be awarded custody and how this is determined. Depending on the situation, either one parent may be awarded sole custody, making all major decisions about the child, or both parents will be granted joint custody and decision-making power.
Prenuptial agreements help ensure that couples are on the same page about financial matters before they get married. These documents establish guidelines about how the pair will share property, assets and debt during the marriage and divide these items in the event of a divorce.
Going through the process of splitting time with a child after a breakup can take an emotional toll. In Oregon, the court favors both parents retaining rights to children, except in extreme cases.
Understanding a divorce decree When a relationship ends, there is confusion and stress as you try to go forward to rebuild your life. With divorce there are painful new changes, but Mastanduno Law Group wants to be by your side.