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Oregon FBA publishes the latest news and resources on various fields of law in and beyond Oregon. Our team is a mix of lawyers, educators, and news reporters dedicated to sharing digestible legal news with the public. Through our collaborative work, we help our readers understand the complexities of the law.

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Editorial

How a Reservation of Child Support Works

Under the law, noncustodial parents are required to provide financially for their children. This is called child support and it’s basically the amount of money that noncustodial parents need to pay for their child’s benefit, specifically for food, education, and healthcare. Custodial parents are likewise obligated to receive payments of child support. There are certain instances, however,

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News

Towards a Resolution: How Legal Investigators Help Defend Capital Cases

One of the most crucial aspects of criminal law is defending capital crimes — offenses that are punishable by death penalty. To date, 30 out of 50 states have death penalty. Crimes that entail the capital punishment differ from state to state, so does the means of execution. One thing is similar, though: the resolution

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A Legal Nurse Consultant
Feature Articles

Grow Your Career by Becoming a Legal Nurse Consultant

Skill sets are the new currency in the modern workplace, and employers are eager to pay top dollars to people with a few of them under their belts. Such employees often prove to be an asset and are highly sought after as a result. If you’re looking for a way to grow your nursing career,

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Feature Articles

Top 3 Common Myths About Wills

Before you die, you’ll want to see that your loved ones get a fair share of the assets and money that you leave behind. Unfortunately, so much has been said about will writing, and much of this information can be contradicting. It has impaired people’s ability to make right decisions regarding will writing. Others have

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Feature Articles

Coping Strategies When Dealing With Divorce

Divorce isn’t something new, but that doesn’t mean it makes it easier to deal with. It’s sad that it has to happen with so many partners, no matter how many years they’ve been together. And with that comes the pain of dealing with everything from the issue of separation anxiety, the legal matters, and worst

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News

Revoking a Will: Methods You Can Apply

There are various situations where revoking a will may be a feasible option. For instance, major lifestyle changes such as getting a divorce, getting married, or getting another baby may necessitate changes in the way you dispose of your property upon death. While there is a wide range of reasons you may want to alter

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