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Divorce Adjustment and Coping

Self-care is one of the most important tasks for parties going through a divorce or other family law matter. Research shows that the divorce process is akin to the grieving process that follows a death, leaving parties struggling with the accompanying emotions in the...

Communication Tips for Coparents

Parents often struggle to communicate well with their coparent, whether that communication is via email, text, face-to-face meetings, or phone calls. In this video interview, Owner/Lead Attorney Jill Brittle spoke with Lisa Gabardi, PhD, who provides useful tips on...

Emailing Your Coparent

Clients often ask us for practical advice about how to write emails to their coparent. Parents may be concerned about how to pose things from a legal perspective (Example: Will it hurt my case if I say this?), but generally their main concern is how the information...

Talking to Children About Divorce

Parents beginning the divorce process often ask us for advice on how and when to talk to children about the upcoming changes in their lives. In this video interview, Owner/Lead Attorney Jill Brittle spoke with Lisa Gabardi, PhD, who suggests talking to children...

Alternative Dispute Resolution Options During COVID-19

Since March and until at least June 1st, Oregon courts statewide will be working only in a limited capacity. Only specific types of matters deemed “essential” will be heard, either in person or remotely. What does this mean for your family law matter?Jill Brittle...