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Quatier Law
Family Law In Lake Oswego, Oregon

Peaceful Divorce

It's never easy to decide to seek a divorce, but in many cases both spouses agree it's the right thing to do. Unfortunately, the adversarial nature of our legal system — and of that of many lawyers — can stir up anger and exacerbate tensions.

These bad feelings can make it more difficult to reach a fair settlement, and can create bitterness that lasts long after all the divorce paperwork is filed. These lingering resentments are unpleasant for anyone, but for ex-spouses who will have to see each other or work together in some capacity, they can be terrible burdens. For ex-spouses who have children, this kind of bitterness can harm everyone in the family.

I am attorney Amanda Quatier, of Quatier Law, and I help clients resolve divorce issues correctly, fairly and with minimal drama. When you are my client, I treat you with compassion as I protect your rights and work hard for your best interests.

I represent clients in many divorce-related issues, including:

  • Property division
  • Spousal support
  • Child custody
  • Parenting plans
  • Child support
  • Post-decree modifications
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Mediation

When possible, I resolve legal and financial issues through collaborative divorce techniques, including mediation.

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No divorce is easy, but there's no reason to make it harder than it needs to be. If you are looking for a lawyer who can protect your interests while guiding you through an amicable divorce without unnecessary drama and bitterness, call Quatier Law today at 866-356-1018 for an initial consultation. You can also contact my office by email.

Quatier Law represents clients in Lake Oswego, Oregon, Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington county and surrounding areas.

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