Consultations

If you have reached the point where you are considering consulting a family law attorney, you are probably undergoing an emotional and stressful time in your life. Though it will be difficult, you will need to sort out your emotions from the facts in order to proceed. Even in family law matters, the court will use a rational, business-like approach. Our experienced advice and involvement will help.

Download and complete our Intake Questionnaire. Please fill out and bring this form with you to our initial consultation.

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How Can We Help

If you need any helps, please feel free to contact us.

Our job is to use your knowledge of the facts to counsel you on the relevant issues of your case and to help you approach your situation with reason rather than emotion.

Many people are surprised by what they learn during an initial consultation because they do not anticipate all the factors that may affect the likelihood of achieving a successful outcome. How could they? An experienced attorney is trained to apply the law to your particular situation and to work with you to obtain the best results possible. Schedule an initial consultation by contacting us by phone or email.

To get the most out of your initial consultation, you need to be prepared to ask questions. Make a list so you do not forget to ask the things that really seem appropriate. The adage, “There are no dumb questions” is true. We do not expect you to understand all of the issues or legal terms, and we will do our best to avoid complicated legal language. But if you do not know the meaning of a legal term or any legal procedure, ask for clarification. You need to understand everything that is going on so you can make the best decisions possible.

Start your preparation by reading our Divorce Primer. We have prepared this document as a general overview about divorce in Oregon. It answers many of the questions that our clients have asked us in their initial interview. It also discusses our client’s relationship with our office and the professional services that we provide.

Consultations Form

What is your full name
What is your spouse's full name
Please give the following vital statistics about yourself
Please give the following vital statistics about spouse
Marriage
Where are you living and what is your telephone number?
Are you currently employed
If yes, please provide:
Where is your spouse living and what is your spouse's telephone number?
Is your spouse currently employed?
If yes, please provide:
Do you have any children?
If so, please give full name, date of birth and sex of each child, and indicate whether the child was born of this marriage or of a former marriage of your spouse or yourself.
First
Middle
Last
Sex
Birthdate
Age
Ours
Mine
Spouse's
Answer only if you are inquiring about a divorce. If you are already divorced and are now seeking a modification, skip this question and answer question #10
Answer only if you are already divorced and seeking a modification
Please attach a copy of your divorce judgment and any modification orders
Custody
Support
Health of Parties
Are you or your spouse now in the U. S. Armed Forces
Does your spouse have an attorney?
Description of spouse:
Do you or your spouse ever carry concealed weapons?
Please give the name, address and telephone number of an individual to contact in case we are unable to reach you.
Have you consulted us for legal advice before
Please let us know how you were referred to this office.
I UNDERSTAND THE FIRM HAS NOT ACCEPTED MY CASE AND WILL NOT ACT AS MY ATTORNEY UNTIL I HAVE SIGNED A FEE AGREEMENT AND PAID THE RETAINER.

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