Article by M. Erica Aquadro featured in the Vancouver Business Journal

An article by our very own M. Erica Aquadro was featured on the Vancouver Business Journal. The article can be read in full by visiting this link: https://www.vbjusa.com/opinion/columns/law-column/four-key-considerations-for-divorce-under-new-tax-bill/ A transcript is below: Four key considerations for divorce under new tax bill A few noteworthy provisions in December 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could significantly…

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Erin K. Morris Joins Elizabeth Christy Law Firm

Elizabeth Christy Law Firm PLLC is pleased to announce that Erin K. Morris has joined the firm. Ms. Morris brings over six years of experience as a family law attorney in Oregon. She will continue her substantial practice in Oregon and join us in our Washington practice as well. Noted for her exceptional litigation skills…

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Divorce-Proof Your Marriage: KATU Interview

It all comes down to a lack of communication– both before and after you say “I Do.” Attorney Elizabeth Christy Taylor joined Helen Raptis on KATU’s AM Northwest to share some of the common issues that bring couples to her office and how you can keep your relationship from becoming a statistic. Watch full interview…

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Top 5 Things to Look for in a Divorce Attorney

Top 5 Things to Look for in a Divorce Attorney 1. Compatibility It is crucial that you find an attorney you are comfortable and compatible with. You may need to consult with more than one attorney in order to determine the right fit for you and the issues in your case. It is important that…

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Divorce under the New Tax Bill: What You Need to Know

Divorce under the New Tax Bill: What You Need to Know By M. Erica Aquadro, Divorce and Family Law Attorney If you are considering divorce or already facing it, there are a handful of provisions from the December 22, 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that merit a closer look: Spousal Support For the better…

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Do you have the right to relocate?

If you are a majority parent you may have the right to relocate with your child, but it varies by jurisdiction.  The issues surrounding potential relocation are complex so it’s important to understand all the facts the court will take into consideration.  The following is not a comprehensive list, rather a general list of questions…

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The Clint Eastwood Divorce Battle

A Child Custody and Spousal Support Case Study   Dina Eastwood, the wife of Hollywood star Clint Eastwood, filed for divorce in October of 2013. After 17 years of marriage she cited “irreconcilable differences” – a standard claim. While 17 years is a considerable length of time, curiously, it is not technically “long term” from…

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