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Oregon Divorce Attorney - Litowich Law: Because You Deserve Better

Divorce can be a difficult time, legally, financially, and emotionally. Even when the people divorcing are civil with each other, the dissolution of a marriage is a major life change, which is why it’s important to have a knowledgeable and insightful legal team on your side and guiding you through the process. Our Oregon divorce attorney team is ready, because you deserve better. At Litowich Law in Salem, our divorce lawyers are dedicated to helping you resolve even the most difficult family law issues so that you might begin a positive and productive new chapter of your life. If you are ready for a better outcome for your family during your dissolution of marriage, schedule an initial consultation by calling 503-419-6422 or contact us online. Many clients today opt for a collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce allows for a non-adversarial approach to the divorce process. Divorce attorneys and their clients work together, often with the help of a neutral third-party, to resolve conflicts and issues. Managing conflict this way can be cheaper and far less emotionally taxing on you, your children, and your family, while also bringing in the opportunity for creative problem solving that a contested courtroom divorce wouldn't have offered.

Resolving Divorce Conflicts Through Mediation or the Courtroom

If your divorce case involves minor children, Oregon courts pay for parents to attend several mediation sessions to help them work toward an agreement on child custody and parenting time. For help mediating spousal support, child support, or the division of property, many divorce and family law attorneys hire a neutral third party to hold settlement conferences. The attorneys at Litowich Law are skilled in negotiation and relationship management so that they can help you prepare for mediation and settlement conferences. In addition to being less time-consuming, less expensive, and less emotionally volatile than preparing for and going to trial, a mediation and settlement can help you to reach an agreement on your terms for your divorce case. The divorce attorneys at Litowich Law can let you know whether this alternative form of dispute resolution is the right option for your situation. When couples are unable to communicate with one another and mediation and settlement don’t work, going to trial may be the right option for you. Sarah M. Litowich and her team will prepare you and your case for a trial. Sarah is a skilled trial attorney and thrives in the courtroom — she and her team will be ready to go to bat for you when the time comes. You can rely on Litowich Law for dedicated and thorough advocacy at every stage of your divorce proceeding because you deserve more.

Contact Litowich Law if Your Marriage Has Come to an End

This is your story. Litowich Law is here to listen, help you identify your goals, and do our best to help you achieve them. We stand with our clients during one of the hardest periods of their lives. Call 503-419-6422 or email to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation. Litowich Law has divorce lawyers in Salem and the Corvallis area, and because of the magic of technology, we help people with their family law cases all over Oregon. We offer free initial consultations so contact today to discuss your case.

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Divorce can be overwhelming and emotionally draining. It can also take a significant economic toll. However, an alternative way to divorce exists that can reduce the negative emotional and financial impact of ending your marriage: collaborative divor… Read More
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Salem attorney Sarah M. Litowich is an Oregonian through and through, with roots in rural eastern Oregon and the Willamette Valley. She is grateful for these deep Oregon roots because she learned the value of hard work and building and maintaining st… Read More

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