Colin Amos, from Goldberg Jones, takes your questions and talks about the biggest needs when it comes to protecting one's investments before, during, and possibly after a marriage, as well as the needs to being part of your child's life.
Colin discusses listener questions, breaking down how a person can protect themselves when it comes to trust funds, retirement accounts, and other royalty type account, making sure a person can protect those accounts if a relationship goes sour. Another question: If a relationship goes south and you are not the father/mother on a birth certificate, are you able to contest whether or not the birth parent can limit access to your kid?
As well, Colin answers more questions involving prenuptial agreements and custody questions. Can a parent limit the access of when and where a parent without the primary custody be barred from certain access? Is it their way or no way? Colin talks about how courts want to help, not hurt, like the stigma some may associate.
What's the process like when you call Goldberg Jones? What is the original consolation like?
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.