Author Archives: Daniel Margolin

About Daniel Margolin

Daniel Margolin is a founding partner of Stephens & Margolin LLP and a Portland, Oregon native. His practice focuses on all aspects of family law litigation. Dan applies his litigation expertise to provide additional expertise when assisting clients with Family Law Appeals and Collaborative Divorce matters. To find out more or contact Daniel Margolin, visit Stephens & Margolin LLP

Collaborative Family Law and the Courts

In general, the courts have been slow to accept collaborative divorce. In Oregon, there are no formal court pleadings associated with the collaborative process. New York has taken the lead with collaborative divorce and opened teh Collaborative Family Law Center, … Continue reading

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Divorce and separations can send pets into legal limbo

In today’s Oregonian, Jacques Von Lunen wrote an article on the affect of divorce on pets. Specifically, what the law provides with respect to pet visitation and custody. Dan Margolin was interviewed for the story and discussed how the collaborative … Continue reading

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Uniform Collaborative Law Act

The Uniform Collaborative Law Act was passed by the ULC on July 15th. View the following link for a draft of the act: Hall of Gods online slot review (with image) · joswilliams · Storify – Free Slots

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The British Collaborative Movement

An article in The Independent, a British newspaper, discussing the effect of the current recession, discussed the recession’s effect on divorce.  The article quoted a British divorce attorney as follows:  “Increasing numbers of her clients are turning to a pioneering … Continue reading

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Omitted assets in collaborative cases

As a divorce lawyer in downtown Portland Oregon, I frequently get asked about hidden assets in divorce in traditional litigation cases. Sometimes a client is concerned the opposing party may be concealing assets. Sometimes individuals are curious about their obligations … Continue reading

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