Welcome Firm Overview Areas of Practice Family Law Frequently Asked Questions Divorces Child Custody Grandparent Rights Domestic Partnerships Contact Us

HOME     |     FIRM OVERVIEW     |     AREAS OF PRACTICE     |     FAMILY LAW FAQ     |     DIVORCE     |    CHILD CUSTODY
GRANDPARENT RIGHTS
     |     DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS     |     CONTACT US

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.

Copyright © 2007 by Daniel H. Van Eaton Attorney & Counselor at Law. All rights reserved. You may reproduce materials available at this site for your own personal use and for non-commercial distribution. All copies must include this copyright statement.

The law office of Daniel H. Van Eaton, located in Salem, Oregon, represents clients throughout Marion and Polk Counties in matters related to:

Divorce
Child Custody / Support
Grandparent Visitation Rights
Family Law
• Guardianships
• Adoptions
• Paternity Pre-nuptial agreements

• Post nuptial agreements
Domestic partnerships
• Visitation contempt
• Custody contempt
• Custody support modifications
• Custody visitation modifications


There are many issues involved in a divorce proceeding. We assist our divorce clients by providing them with advice in regards to spousal support (alimony), division of assets, child custody, child support, and visitation. This is a difficult time period for our clients and we always do our best to help make their lives a little easier.

There are several factors the court uses to determine which parent receives primary custody over their children. There is still the presumption that the primary caregiver should be given custody. The state uses a formula to determine how much money a parent must provide for child support. The more time a non-custodial parent spends with their child the less they have to pay for child support.

In the state of Oregon, it is difficult, but not impossible for grandparents to obtain visitation rights for their grandchildren. Grandparents are treated the same as any third party (psychological parent), such as a foster parent. They must show that their grandchildren’s parents are providing inadequate care. Contact our lawyer to determine if you might be able to obtain grandparent visitation rights.

We exclusively limit our practice to family law issues. To schedule an initial consultation with a family law attorney from our office, contact Daniel Van Eaton today. For your convenience, we are easily accessible.  In fact, our clients are free to contact us at any time; day or night. Your lawyer should always be easily accessible to you.

Law Office of
Daniel H. Van Eaton

350 Mission Street SE Suite 101
Salem, Oregon 97302

Phone: 503.399.8800
Fax:     503.391.0315

NOTE: The use of the Internet for communications with the firm will not establish an attorney-client relationship and messages containing confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent.