During a divorce or custody proceeding, it is important to think about your use of social media sites like Facebook. As a Portland divorce attorney, I often suggest that clients take the following steps to avoid damaging their cases:
Un-friend your ex. Ensure that your profile has the highest privacy settings and is [...]
As a Portland divorce attorney, when tax season is looming I am frequently asked about which parent is entitled to claim the dependency exemption after a divorce or child custody proceeding. Some clients are under the mistaken belief that state courts can “award” the dependency exemption in a divorce or custody judgment. However, the IRS, [...]
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