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Divorces are fraught with disagreements and dissatisfaction. Rarely, highly complex divorce cases will find satisfactory resolution at the district court level and will go on to seek a different resolution in the Oregon Court of Appeals and potentially the Oregon Supreme Court. The appeals process is a long and draw out process, but it can have not only have a significant impact on the outcome of specific divorce cases, but has the potential to impact how future family law cases are decided.

We Have the Experience to Successfully Handle High Profile Appellate Cases

At the law firm of Hobson Oram Law in Beaverton Oregon, our attorneys are highly experienced when it comes to handling complex divorce cases that proceed well past the district court system. We have handled many appeals that have not only resulted in drastic changes to the outcomes of their divorce settlements, but have also made an impact on Oregon family law. We have an unparalleled understanding of family law in Oregon and apply logical, systematic analysis to every case, making us the leaders in family law cases in the state.

The attorneys at our law firm stay abreast of all the latest developments in family law, closely following appellate cases and serving as leaders in many family law professional associations in order to provide our clients the very best in representation.

We share an unparalleled and unwavering commitment to excellence in the practice of family law. We will pursue and defend against appeals in a wide range of family law cases.

It is important to understand that in order to appeal a divorce or family law case, an error must have occurred at the district level.

Though there are many aspects of a divorce or family law case that can be appealed, the most common reasons are:

  • An error in the determination of property division during the divorce, including valuation or categorization
  • An error in the determination of parental fitness and best-interests-of-the-child
  • An error in the award or calculation of alimony payments
  • An error in the determination of child support, including the grant or denial of payment modifications

Appeals are a long and arduous process in which the party who initiates the appeal bearing the burden of proof to the appellate judges that the district court made an error. Having an experienced family law attorney on your side, providing compelling legal arguments through the presentation of written briefs and oral arguments will increase the likelihood of success. The lawyers of Hobson Oram Law can also provide sound representation for clients looking to defend against an appeal.

If you have recently settled a divorce case and feel as though the district court has made an error or have been called to defend an appeal, call Hobson Oram Law at 503-649-6333 or visit us online to learn more about our family law practice and the services we provide. Schedule a consultation to learn how we may be able to help you. We represent clients in Washington County, Multnomah, Clackamas County and throughout the state of Oregon.

Call Us Today for an Initial Consultation. Our initial consultation is $100 for the first hour, which is due at the time of the consultation.

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