Robert W. Good, Scott C. Bucy, Allen G. Drescher (Ret.), Cheri L. Elson (Ret.) - Attorneys at Law
SERVING ASHLAND AND SOUTHERN OREGON SINCE 1973
823 Siskiyou Blvd ● Ashland ● Oregon ● 97520
541.482.3763
*** Due to COVID-19, we now offer web-based Video Conferencing. LEARN MORE HERE ***
Services

Divorce

The best approach to answering divorce questions and handling your specific legal concerns is to sit down and talk with an experienced attorney.

The Ashland, Oregon law office of Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher provides compassionate, professional and supportive legal representation and advice for our divorce clients. Whether you are simply contemplating a separation or a divorce and want a better understanding of how the legal process works, or are already divorced and are seeking assistance with modifying or enforcing your divorce judgment, our office has the experience and expertise to effectively advocate for you.

We handle all issues related to the division of property in family relationships. Whether you are seeking a prenuptial agreement prior to marriage or a postnuptial agreement following a divorce, or you are trying to dissolve a long-term domestic partnership, the law office of Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher will always represent your best interests.

We can assist you with:

  • Legal Separation
  • Dissolution of Domestic Partnerships
  • Spousal Support
  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Postnuptial Agreements
  • Modification/Enforcement of Divorce Judgments

The law office of Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher also handles the many issues that arise concerning children in divorce – See Child and Family Issues

Associate lawyer Scott Bucy is now the primary divorce and family law attorney at the law office of Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher, and works diligently to address his clients’ needs throughout the divorce process. Whether their divorce is adversarial in nature and requires fierce litigation or is collaborative and cooperative and can be handled through mediation, the law office of Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher will seek the path that works best for our clients.

Questions that commonly come up in a divorce:

  • How do I get a divorce if my spouse doesn’t want one?
  • Where do we file for divorce if we live in different places?
  • How can I pay a divorce attorney if my spouse makes all the money?
  • Will I be able to support myself if I divorce?
  • What is an appropriate amount of spousal support to request?
  • What will happen to my retirement investment?
  • How do we fairly divide personal property?
  • Who gets to live in the family house?
  • How do I ensure that the children are protected?
  • How will the divorce affect our children?
  • What happens if I remarry?

The best approach to answering these divorce questions and handling your specific legal concerns is to sit down and talk with an experienced attorney. With over 20 years of experience handling the matters that surround a divorce, the law office of Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher will provide you with the sound legal advice you need. As a small firm, you receive personal attention at a reasonable cost so that your legal issue is resolved as effectively as possible.

Our approach is to first attempt to resolve disputes harmoniously and then, if necessary, litigate them in court. In both litigation and encouraging settlement of disputes, our office will vigorously advocate for you and your best interests.

Whatever your family law concern, contact the office of Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher in Ashland, Oregon by calling 541-482-3763 or send an email to arrange for a reduced-fee consultation to discuss your individual needs.

More on handling the divorce process: “Divorce Reality” by Robert Good