Tapestry Family Law Blog

Helping you navigate complicated circumstances.
1. Is it better to file for divorce, annulment, or legal separation? In Oregon, there’s not much difference between divorce, annulment or legal separation and, in most cases, you’re better off just filing for divorce...
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10 Communication Tips for Co-Parents
Whether you are divorced, separated, or were never married, if you are no longer with the co-parent of your child(ren), odds are the two of you have some problems communicating well with each other. This can lead to...
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Save up several questions, concerns, etc. for one e-mail (within reason). It takes a lot less time (and, therefore, costs you a lot less money) if I review and respond to one e-mail with 8 things in it...
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Oregon does NOT have “fault” divorce. Oregon is what is commonly called a “no-fault divorce” state. That means to get a divorce in Oregon, you don’t have to prove to the court that it was either spouse’s fault...
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Tapestry Family Law Blog

Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.

Kofi Annan

The articles in this blog are intended to help educate you on some common issues people in Oregon face during divorces, custody disputes, and other family law matters.

The information provided is general and is not intended to be legal advice for any specific case. Reading these articles is not a substitute for consulting with a family law attorney.

Latest Articles

Overly Simple Answers to 7 Oregon Family Law FAQs
April 22, 2021
10 Communication Tips for Co-Parents
10 Communication Tips for Co-Parents
April 15, 2021
5 Tips for Keeping Your Attorney Fees Down During Your Divorce
April 8, 2021