Colin Amos, from Goldberg Jones, takes your questions and talks about
the biggest needs when it comes to protecting oneself before, during,
and possibly after a marriage, as well as whether or not you should
consider going it alone. Also, Colin talks with listeners about reevaluating past plans and visitation schedules.
Colin discusses listener questions about the advantages of using
Goldberg Jones versus other companies and whether it's better to go the route of legal separation and then divorce. A common question, people want to
make sure he or she uses a service they can trust. It's their money and they want to spend it wisely, efficiently. Colin talks about
the individualized process you will receive, how they facilitate and
make life easier in a very hard time.
what if you had a visitation schedule in place and would like to try and establish a new one? What does that process look like? What kinds of things do you need to be aware of and how can Goldberg Jones help that process along at a more rapid and constructive pace? Colin weighs all of those possibilities and solutions.
Too often are people falling rapidly in love and run away to get married in Vegas, a courthouse, wherever someone will help them tie the knot. So, if that marriage goes sour, realizing it was too impulsive and you want to check into an annulment, what are the qualifications and the limitations one faces when understanding is one is right or applies to you?
Check out Chad's conversation with
Portland divorce attorney Colin Amos from Goldberg Jones. Of course you
can check them out on their website
, Portland divorce blog
, or call them at 1-800-DIVORCE, that's 1-800-348-6723.