Your Divorce, Made Simple and Respectful
Our Process: Effective, Caring and Private
Considering a divorce in Oregon?
While divorce can be one of the most difficult and stressful events in life, it doesn’t have to be a war in which everybody loses. As an Oregon divorce mediation expert, I provide you with a healthy path through this major life transition by combining the advantages of divorce mediation with your choice of either getting a divorce without lawyers, or obtaining legal advice and protection from divorce lawyers during the process.
While Oregon is a no-fault divorce State, an uncontested divorce often requires structured discussions and up to date information about Oregon divorce laws. I can help you explore options and reach agreements about custody, child support, assets and debts, alimony, and any other topic related to a divorce or legal separation in Oregon.
Get your Oregon Divorce Online
I provide divorce mediation in Portland, Salem, Eugene, Bend, or other regions of our state. In an average of 2 to 4 meetings, I will guide you in completing your Oregon divorce online (through video or telephone meetings), or in person at a Portland office location.
Through our highly successful and affordable process you will:
- Never set foot in a courtroom
- Reach agreements on all divorce and separation matters
- Be supported with clear and compassionate guidance every step of the way
There are 5 primary options for how to get a divorce in Oregon:
Self-Filing, Divorce Mediation, Collaborative Law, Arbitration, and Litigation.
We’ve combined the best features from each.
Some of the benefits of our process include:
Protect Your Children
Stay in Control
Private and Confidential
Our Areas of Expertise Include:
All divorce cases:
- From amicable to high conflict
- From a few assets/debts to high net worth
- With or without attorneys
All divorce issues, including:
- Custody, schedule, parenting plan
- Property, assets/debts, and retirement accounts
- Child and spousal support
Related family mediation issues, including:
- Legal, unmarried and domestic partnership separation
- The decision to divorce or reconcile
- Long distance mediation (via phone or video conferencing)