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Family Law Attorneys in Gresham That Make A Difference

When facing family law challenges, having a skilled and trustworthy attorney is crucial. At Good Advice Law, we specialize in assisting Gresham, Oregon clients with their family law matters. Our dedicated team is experienced in divorce, separation, custody disputes, parenting time, and child support collection.

Meet our attorneys, Chamber Dorheim and Andres Martinez, who boast over 14 years of combined experience in family law. They are committed to representing your case aggressively and protecting your rights while guiding you through the process to find solutions that align with your best interests.

Beyond the courtroom, we prioritize client service and building lasting relationships. Recognizing the emotional toll of family legal issues, we maintain a supportive atmosphere in our office, ensuring clients feel heard and guided every step of the way.

With Good Advice Law, you're partnering with a team that genuinely cares about your well-being and is dedicated to securing the best possible outcome for your case. Let us navigate the complexities of family law and help you move forward confidently

That Work for You in Family Law

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Trusted Divorce Representation in Throughout Oregon


Divorce is a difficult life change for most people going through it, with a dizzying flurry of tricky decisions to make. It’s easy to be distracted by the weight and stress of the situation, and make sub-optimal choices, that can have a lasting or irreversible impact on your property, your life, and the life of your children. From property division to parenting time and custody, don’t leave these crucial decisions up to chance. 

Divorce Options
One of the most important choices you make when you start your divorce is deciding how to proceed through the legal process. Below are the different choices available to you. Each will result in a divorce in the end, but each method carries different challenges, timelines, and financial impacts that must be examined.

Contested Divorce
This is the method most people resort to when they are contemplating divorce. Because no divorce is the same, some disputes, such as parenting time with minor children and child custody, can and should be resolved through court mediation. If these disagreements cannot be resolved before a neutral mediator, then the matter will go before a judge. Issues regarding child support, spousal support, and the division of all of your property are also decided by a circuit court judge. It is practical to attempt to resolve these matters between attorneys and often involves the extensive discovery and professional evaluations. Any of these disputes can result in multiple court hearings regarding both temporary and permanent resolutions.


  • Collaborative model

  • Mediation services

  • Uncontested divorce

  • Pro se


Legal Separation


Legal Separation Attorneys in Gresham
A More Affordable & Less Permanent Alternative to Divorce

If your relationship with your spouse is faltering, divorce offers you a way out of the marriage. That said, divorce is a permanent dissolution of your and your spouse’s legally recognized relationship. Once divorced, you will lose all the benefits that marriage offers, including insurance coverage and tax status.

Spousal Support


Gresham Spousal Support Lawyers
Spousal support, also known as spousal alimony, can be the source of emotional stress and disagreement throughout the resolution of the divorce process.


It is the goal of our experienced Gresham spousal support attorneys to ensure the process runs smoothly and an accurate support figure is compromised. Spousal support is more complicated than determining child support as there are no established formulas. It is necessary to consider many factors such as the ages of the parties, their respective incomes and ability to support themselves, their role as a caregiver of children during the marriage, and other factors.

Child Support


In a divorce, issues involving the children can be among the most hotly contested. It is the goal of your attorney to ensure that the procedure runs smoothly and in the most professional manner possible. Whether your questions center on child support, child custody, or parenting plans, it is wise to seek the counsel of a skilled legal professional as soon as possible.


Often it is wise to hire a custody-parenting time evaluator who is a trained social worker to help determine what is the best way that both parents can be involved in their children’s lives.

Child Custody & Parenting Time


We understand how important your child’s well-being and welfare are to you. At  Good Advice Law, we take pride in vigorously protecting our client’s parental rights.


Don’t leave it up to chance or the other side to make all the crucial parenting time and child custody decisions, that can have a lasting impact on your child’s well-being. Let our experienced child custody and parenting time attorneys help you make sure you get a fair say in your child’s life.

Do you feel manipulated or tricked by the other side? It’s time to seek the help of a competent attorney who can guide you through these complicated matters, and make sure your rights are fully protected.

Divorce Modification


Based on the needs of the parents or the best interests of the child, some modifications may proceed more smoothly than others. If you and your children’s other parent can come to an agreement on any changes, updated documents may be quite simple. However, if you cannot agree on changes, you need a skilled Oregon attorney on your side who can guide you through the process and ensure your needs and priorities are not overlooked. We have helped clients with a range of concerns, including those focusing on:

  • Child custody

  • Child support

  • Modification of parenting time

  • Enforcement of existing terms

Do not hesitate to contact our firm as soon as you believed a modification may be necessary for the future. Some individuals make the mistake of getting a verbal agreement from the other party regarding a change, but nothing is formalized.

These modifications — temporary or permanent — must be communicated through the court system in order for them to be enforced.

Support Enforcement

If one of the parties does not follow the provisions set out in the General Judgment, it may be that one individual will attempt to take matters into his or her own hands. If one parent is not paying his or her child's support obligations, the other parent will simply deny visitation. This is certainly not a recommended course of action and can cause long-term damage to your children and also be held in violation of the judgment.


The court has specific penalties in place to sanction or punish anyone who does not honor the divorce judgment. The court can determine it is best to modify the custody or parenting time arrangement of imposed financial penalties or fines. Contact our Gresham support enforcement attorneys to learn more.

The court has the power to hold a party in contempt for disobeying a judgment. The court can impose jail time, the payment of attorneys fees, and compensation for all missed payments through contempt proceedings. Do not attempt to settle the matter on your own. Schedule a consultation at our firm to learn more about your legal options.



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