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Social Media and Dissolution

Social Media and Dissolution

Emails, text, direct messages, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, online dating apps, and other forms of social media can be used for a variety of purposes in your divorce case. Social media is used more and more often in determining division of marital assets,...

Real Estate Considerations for an Oregon Divorce

At Jill Brittle Family Law Group, we know that one of the most common issues faced by divorcing couples if the sale of a family home. This often leads to questions about valuation and questions about how to prepare your home for sale. Additionally, in 2020, parties...

Tax Considerations for an Oregon Divorce

There are a number of financial topics you might think about when you are either considering, planning, or going through a separation or divorce.  For example, how will my future tax returns be filed and affected by a divorce?  Can I still itemize my deductions? Will...

Claiming the children as dependents in an Oregon divorce

The question often arises, “who gets to claim the children on the tax return?” Senior Associate Attorney Heidi Sherman and tax attorney Jonathan Mishkin discuss how the Tax Cuts & Job Act impacted the “dependency exemption.” Now, rather than an exemption, tax...