What typically leads to Family Services investigations during divorce cases?

By Laura Schantz
September 28, 2016

Often, divorce cases can become highly antagonistic between the two parents, especially if they are fighting over custody or a parenting plan with the children. Sometimes things happen in one or the other parent’s household that the other parent gets concerned about and they may call Family Services. Also, maybe a grandparent would call Family Services or another family member. Sometimes a child will say something to a school counselor or other mandatory reporter and that person would make a call to Family Services.

Laura Schantz, a Beaverton divorce and family lawyer and mediator has helped clients find creative solutions to complex financial matters involving asset division, spousal support, and child support. To learn more about Laura Schantz and her firm, visit www.oregondivorceattorney.com.

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September 28, 2016
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