Divorce

Lillian Quinn loves being a divorce attorney because she helps people in a very emotional and financially draining period of their lives. Many of her clients are in a state of shock as they have an unexpected breakup and they need to know their legal rights. Family law is made up of so many options and it is important to explore all of the avenues available. Lillian avoids family law litigation (going to trial) because it can destroy people and especially children.  She likes to be the voice of reason and encouragement to allow people to end their relationship on a positive note and move forward with their lives. With over 25 years of experience doing family law, she has lots of options for families and individuals. Lillian offers a range of services from the basic divorce, legal separation, helping unmarried parents with custody, child support and parenting issues, mediation and collaborative law.

Questions and details can seem overwhelming: How do we divide all this debt and student loans?  How are we going to do overnights with our children?  How much is child support?  What about medical insurance?   Will I owe spousal support or alimony?  What happens to our family pets?  What about the division of my great aunt's desk?  As a leading Bend, Oregon lawyer, Lillian helps people with the following:

  • Ending a long term marriage (15, 20, 30 or even 50 years)
  • Legal separation (people not quite ready to divorce)
  • Families with children who want to be able to co-parent
  • People who want to part with an equitable division of the assets and debts
  • People who want an economic savings and not spend outrageous amounts for attorney fees
  • Mediation for issues that are post divorce/separation

Lillian offers a 50 minute consultation for $75.00 to explore the different options of your personal situation.  You should contact her office to set up the consultation so you have an understanding of what legal decisions must be made.  She welcomes both parties to the initial consultation if it is appropriate and both parties are willing to come to the educational consultation.