Divorce & Dissolution of Domestic Partnerships

Corvallis And Albany Divorce Lawyers

The divorce process is different for everyone. A good attorney tailors his or her approach to meet each client's individual needs. At Evashevski Elliott PC, we have been representing men and women in divorce and family law matters for more than 25 years. As experienced trial lawyers with in-depth knowledge of the law, our Albany and Corvallis divorce attorneys can be relied on to provide you with objective, straightforward legal representation specific to your needs.

Divorce and Legal Separation in Oregon

Oregon is a no-fault state, meaning that the reason for the divorce is not of particular importance to the courts. Either you, your spouse or both of you may petition for divorce, and the entire process typically takes anywhere from a few months to a year. During the process, our lawyers will gather information about the assets and debts you have acquired during the marriage so we can address equitable property division, spousal support (alimony) and other financial aspects of divorce.

If you have children, we will diligently work to minimize the negative impact the divorce process has on you and your children. Our lawyers are experienced at handling issues involving:

Corvallis and Albany Domestic Partnership Dissolution Lawyers

When a domestic partnership comes to an end, the legal process is similar to that of a divorce. The dissolution process is focused on identifying the assets and debts acquired during the relationship and working through legal issues involving children, such as custody and establishing parenting time. If you and your partner are seeking to end a domestic partnership, we will assist you with this process. Our goal is to make this process go as smoothly as possible, while protecting your interests.

Contact Evashevski Elliott PC

Please contact our Oregon offices to schedule an initial consultation. At your consultation you will meet with an experienced attorney at our firm who will provide an objective assessment of your situation. Contact us by email or by telephone at 541-402-4470 (Corvallis office), 541-917-0100 (Albany office).