At Charles Vincent & Associates, we understand how stressful divorce can be. In your initial consultation, our attorneys will learn everything we can about the events that led you to our office. Through an extensive discovery process, we will uncover the information we need to construct a successful strategy that will lead to the best possible outcome.
Why You Should Hire A Divorce Attorney With Extensive Trial Experience
We are often able to help our clients see their way to a fair agreement. However, going to trial is often necessary, and for that you need an experienced trial lawyer.
Our attorneys have over 18 years of experience in the courtroom. We will not agree to settle if the settlement is not in your best interests. We strive to be accessible to our clients at any stage of a trial, and to handle any issues that arise before, during or after the trial.
One of the advantages of hiring a divorce attorney with extensive trial experience is our knowledge. We know the judges in the courts and how they are likely to handle a particular set of facts. We use that knowledge to leverage your position and advise you on the best course of action for your individual set of circumstances.
Divorce Involving Children
Cases that involve children are the most difficult for everyone. We will do everything we can to help you reach a custody or parenting time arrangement that will be in the best interests of your children. Child support will be calculated according to guidelines set by the state of Oregon.
You may not stay married forever, but you will always be parents. We will work to help you find a solution that enables you to co-parent effectively after the divorce is done.
High-Asset Divorce And Complex Property Division
Division of things like retirement accounts, inheritance, real estate and pensions requires a high degree of experience and knowledge of complex property division. At Charles Vincent & Associates, our attorneys are very well-versed in helping high-asset clients navigate the division of property during a divorce.
It is important to note that Oregon is not a community property state, which means that any assets accumulated during the marriage are divided fairly. Oregon courts usually start with a presumption that spouses made equal contributions to the purchases of marital assets. We will help you navigate property division in a thorough and cost-effective manner.
What About Alimony/Spousal Support?
Are you entitled to receive alimony? Will you be required to pay spousal support? These are common questions clients have when divorcing. Unlike child support, there are no set guidelines for determining whether to award alimony/spousal support in Oregon. You can learn more about how it is handled by visiting our spousal support/alimony page.
Ask Charles Vincent & Associates For Help With Your Divorce
At Charles Vincent & Associates, we put you at the top of the list. We will listen to your story and offer you different choices; our flexible and supportive approach to family law puts our clients at ease during times of high stress and anxiety. To speak to a seasoned Eugene divorce lawyer, contact our office in Eugene at 541-597-9259 or send us an email.