Gray Divorce is a term increasingly used for divorces involving couples in long term marriages or couples that are near or past retirement age at the time of their divorce. Just as with other divorcing couples, the reasons that older couples and couples in long term marriages divorce vary. Disagreements about managing finances, infidelity, factors…
Congratulations to ECLF attorney Mindy Stannard on her appointment to the Oregon State Bar House of Delegates for Region 5!
Congratulations to ECLF attorney, M. Erica Aquadro, on receiving the Clark County Bar Association’s “Service to the Bar Award”!
Elizabeth Christy has been appointed as a member of the Board of Director of DRAW: Domestic Relations Attorneys of Washington. Congratulations!
Anna has been appointed Social Chair of the Clark County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section for 2018-2019.
M. Erica Aquadro Appointed President of the Clark County Bar Association Family Law Section for 2018-2019.
Erica has been appointed President of the Clark County Bar Association Family Law Section for 2018-2019.
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…
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…
Elizabeth Christy Taylor Featured In The Clark County Bar Association’s June 2018 Newsletter, Hearsay
Elizabeth Christy Taylor featured in the Clark County Bar Association’s June 2018 newsletter for her work establishing the Clark County Mentoring Program and the overall importance of mentoring in the field of law.
Our very own associate attorney, Erica Aquadro, is featured in the Clark County Bar Association’s newsletter, Hearsay!