Contested child custody cases are typically very emotionally charged. There are often heated conversations between the parties and, at times, these conversations may be recorded. While the memorialization of an abusive conversation is relevant and useful … [Read more...] about Recording Conversations in Anticipation of Divorce
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After 4 years of service, Gina Johnnie’s term on the Oregon State Bar’s Board of Governors came to an end on December 31, 2011. The Board of Governors is the Board of Directors for the Oregon State Bar, and Ms. Johnnie obtained that position through an … [Read more...] about Oregon State Bar’s Board of Governors: The Ending of a Term
Too often business owners are too busy running the business to pay attention to the documents which govern the business and could decide its future in the event of sudden unanticipated change. Taking a few moments to review a company’s governing documents … [Read more...] about Even the Cobbler’s Son Needs Shoes
As the population ages, long term health care planning becomes more important. By long term health care, we mean any health care that extends over a long period of time. This can be assisted living, in home health care, care in a nursing home, or group … [Read more...] about Can You Protect Your Assets Before You Qualify For Medicaid?