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McKinley Irvin Blogs from May 2017

  • How Complex Assets Are Divided in a Divorce

    How Complex Assets Are Divided in a Divorce Untangling finances during the divorce process can become complicated, especially if you have complex assets to be valued and divided, such as a business, professional practice, retirement assets, investment property, intellectual property, stock options, etc. In Washington, all property acquired during the marriage is typically considered community property and must be equally divided. Valuation of complex assets Courts will usually accept a mutually agreed upon value of a particular asset, but if a divorcing couple does ...
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  • Attorney Amy Cross Joins McKinley Irvin in Portland

    Attorney Amy Cross Joins McKinley Irvin in Portland McKinley Irvin is delighted to welcome our newest attorney, Amy Cross , to our Portland office. Not only is she a skilled family law attorney, Amy also brings years of experience in estate planning and elder law to the firm. For over 11 years, Amy has served family law and estate planning clients as a solo practitioner in the Portland metro area. She is respected by her clients and peers for her strength of character, kindness, and tenacious advocacy. At McKinley Irvin, Amy’s practice will focus on divorce and family law ...
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  • What to Do When Your Adult Child Goes Through a Divorce

    What to Do When Your Adult Child Goes Through a Divorce As a parent, it’s only natural to want to protect and advise your children, even if those children are adults with kids of their own. When your adult child goes through something as painful and confusing as a divorce, knowing how to offer support and advice can be instrumental. The complicated legal issues that often accompany a divorce, along with disputes over property division or child custody battles, may not be matters you can help with, but you can show your child your love and support. To better prepare your child for ...
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