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Kate Brown

In the News: Oregon to Use New Advanced Directive 

What is an Advanced Directive? In Oregon, the advance directive form is set by statute and allows you to choose a person, or people, to make health care decisions for you in the event you become too sick to speak for yourself. An advanced directive also allows you to share what kinds of medical treatment […]
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Last Will and testament

Last Wills and Testaments in Oregon

What is a will?  A will is a legal document that lays out an individual’s wishes regarding the distribution of his or her assets after death. In addition, a will can explain wishes regarding the care of an individual’s children and pets, and outline funeral and cremation arrangements. Generally, a will applies to assets that […]
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Some Exciting News!

We have some exciting news! Kehoe Law, LLC and The Law Office of Marisa Moneyhun, LLC, have decided to merge their practices, effective immediately. This means that we will be able to offer clients assistance with everything from divorce, custody cases, and prenuptial agreements to trusts, wills, and probate. Myah has been focused on Collaborative […]
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Divorce Communication

How to (and How Not to) Communicate During Divorce

There are some important things to remember about communicating with your spouse during your divorce.  As a rule, if you are going to talk about important aspects of the divorce, do so in-person. If you do not have those important discussions in-person, there is the possibility of miscommunication or misunderstandings.  Important decisions that need to […]
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Divorce Fears

Divorce is a Scary Time

For most people divorce is one of the scariest times in their life.  Fear can cause someone to go to a litigation attorney and ramp up the animosity and expense of the divorce.  Fear can cause someone to clear out a bank account.  Someone may put a hold on different types of accounts, which in […]
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Understanding the Cost of Divorce

Understanding the Cost of Divorce

Here’s an understatement: Divorce is expensive. Are kids in the picture? Are there a lot of assets to address? What about complicated retirement accounts, or some items that were owned prior to the divorce that might have been commingled? Do you think the process will become lengthy? If you have answered “yes” to any of […]
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COVID-19 Update

The courthouses have limited availability in both Washington and Oregon, so if you want to get divorced any time soon, the best option is to work together. Collaborative, mediation, and other such cases will be the only ones who can finalize any time before May 2020. If you are interested in any of these out-of-court […]
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