Divorce Lawyers Eugene Oregon

Eugene Divorce Lawyer, Divorce Attorney Eugene Oregon

Settlement vs. Trial

The attorneys at Arnold Law believe that the best result for any divorce client is to achieve an amicable settlement of the case which is easy to live with for the clients for the rest of their life.

Since divorce cases are most critical for life, it is for your good that you hire a lawyer who has trial experience in the courtroom. Any lawyer who does not have experience in the courtroom cannot tell you what can possibly be the outcome of a settlement issue if it is not accepted by the other party. Our attorneys actually try cases in court so they know what can possibly be the outcome in a case like yours or what can happen at the trial.

Arnold Law’s founding partner, Jacy Arnold, was rated one of the best Oregon family law lawyers in the state of Oregon. [Click here to meet our legal team.]

Every Oregon divorce case is of a different nature, and has different results and implications. Due to our immense experience in dealing with divorce cases, we know what can be the possible reaction of Lane County judges in a specific case. That way you can expect a close-to-reality recommendation about what can happen with your case if it goes to trial in Lane County.

Oregon Spousal Support: Will I receive or have to pay it?

The laws in Oregon do not specify the amounts of monetary settlement for spousal support, but there are certain spousal allowances streamlined and recognised by the law (compensatory, transitional, and maintenance). Generally, the circumstances where support may be appropriate are guided by case law rather than statutes. Different Lane County judges react differently to different spousal allowances. Because our attorneys try lots of Oregon divorce cases, they can maturely guide you on the advantages and disadvantages of settling a spousal support issue with your partner or taking it to up in litigation.

Complex Assets Divorce

[You need to trust your litigation strategist.]High-asset divorce cases are of a different nature altogether. These involve settlement of complex assets like cash-based income, retirement accounts or closely-held corporations. Most commonly these issues become the reason for unfair and unpleasant results between the parties. Our attorneys have dealt with mysterious bank transactions and voluminous records. They have an eye for errors and attention to detail. They can effectively work out equitable outcomes for both parties owing to their vast experience in litigating complex asset divorce cases as well as complex commercial litigation in Oregon.

Do you know the Top-25 most commonly hidden or “forgotten” assets?

  • Frequent flyer mileage: usually there’s a monthly accounting of these. To obtain a value, contact the airline to see what destination you can purchase and compare that to values you can book independently online.
  • Security deposits (e.g., utilities, car lease)
  • Bond or deposit for country club
  • Unused vacation, sick leave
  • Patents, copyrights, royalties
  • Income tax capital loss carry-forwards
  • Income tax charitable contribution carry-forwards
  • Marketable government licenses (radio licenses, rafting/river licenses, commercial fishing quotas)

Military Benefits

Divorce cases that involve military families need even more intense and sophisticated lawyers, because in these cases even the language of judgement is also scanned with equal attention. Additionally, there are several unique avenues to acquire information relevant to the dissolution.

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