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Kehoe Moneyhun Law Office House warming.

Kehoe Moneyhun Law, LLC Office Open House! 

An Evening of Laughter and Connection at our Office Open House! This last Friday, Kehoe Moneyhun Law hosted an office open house for colleagues to view our new office space. Laughter echoed through the halls as colleagues and friends gathered, creating memories, and forging deeper connections. Together, we shared in the excitement of exploring our […]
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What is a prenup

What is a prenup?

What is a prenup? Prenups are legal agreements made before marriage. They cover issues like assets, debts, and income. They spur a lot of interesting conversations such as what happens if you have kids and one of you will stay home for some time. They can be changed or revoked at any time, so if […]
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Marisa Moneyhun, Owner, and Partner at Kehoe Moneyhun Firm, has been awarded the Avvo Clients' Choice Award for 2022.

Marisa Moneyhun Awarded AVVO Clients’ Choice for 2022

  Marisa Moneyhun, Owner, and Partner at Kehoe Moneyhun Firm, has been awarded the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for 2022! Each year, the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award is given to attorneys who have great connections with their clients. Clients’ Choice Award winners are judged based on the strength of their client connections and the quantity […]
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Advance Directives in Oregon

Advance Directives and Living Wills in Oregon.

What is a Living Will and Advance Directive? Do I need both? A living will is a document that can be used to tell your doctor and family the medical care you would want to receive if you are unable to speak for yourself. In Oregon, a living will is called an Advance Directive (i.e. […]
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How does the probate process work in Oregon?

How does the probate process work in Oregon? What is probate? Probate is a legal proceeding that allows the Personal Representative of an estate to collect and distribute assets on a person’s death. It’s also the name of a court process that may be necessary to transfer title to real property (land) or other property […]
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10 Tips for Talking to Kids About Divorce.

10 Tips for Talking to Kids About Divorce. Regardless of the circumstances of your divorce, telling your children about it is one of the most anxiety inducing tasks for parents. Here are a few quick tips from our colleague, Meg Merrill, MSW, Family Mediator, and Coach to consider for your initial conversation. 1. Tell Them […]
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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 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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