If you have legal concerns that are weighing upon you, then you need to ask a Salem, OR lawyer for guidance. When you visit the Law Office of Lindsay Soto, you’ll have the opportunity to consult with an attorney who has practiced law since 2002. Our firm strives to maintain the respect of the surrounding community, and we always seek to remain accessible to all our clients.Request An Appointment
You give up some rights in legal separation while technically still being married, but our uncontested divorce experience helps us counsel you on those rights in accordance with these agreements. Over the past 14 years we have practiced the law; Law Office of Lindsay Soto has seen almost every divorce imaginable. While we have our opinions on what the best course of action is for your case, we will happily support you in whatever strategy you decide to pursue within the Marion County area.
You will always receive prompt, courteous attention from Law Office of Lindsay Soto. Most Marion County uncontested divorce cases involve highly sensitive, personal information. Regardless of how complicated your uncontested divorce dispute may be, we are always ready to act tirelessly, and in a manner that reflects your interests, ensuring your rights within the Marion County area are protected.
With all the uncontested divorce firms in the Marion County area from which to choose, Law Office of Lindsay Soto goes the extra distance to act efficiently, effectively, and discretely. We try to stand above the competition by helping our Marion County clients throughout the entire uncontested divorce process and by staying in contact as often as possible.
You may be asking – who pays for what while a divorce is pending? If you are unsure about who is responsible for settling certain bills before the divorce process is over, then this post should be quite helpful to you. Read along and find out what bills must be paid, as well as who…Learn More
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Otherwise known as juvenile offending, juvenile delinquency refers to the youth’s participation in a criminal behavior. Various systems have been used to deal appropriately with minors engaging in these illegal acts or behaviors such as detention centers and legal courts. In the United States, a person who qualifies as a juvenile delinquent is someone who…Learn More
There are several aspects to why people divorce, and it is important to be aware of every factor that relates to this issue among married couples. Here, you will learn more about some concerns that exist with people who decide to end their marriage to prevent this from happening.Learn More
"One evening I was up worried and thinking, so I sent Lindsay an email about 11:30pm, thinking he would have it first thing the next morning. About 10 minutes later, I received a response from Lindsay. I have never heard of any lawyer doing that for a client. If you want someone to listen to you, tell you what he thinks you should do and then together you come up with a plan, Lindsay is the lawyer you need to contact."
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Lindsay Soto studied as an undergraduate at the University of Oregon. He graduated cum laude from Howard University Law School in Washington and passed the bar in 2002. Lindsay Soto consistently continues his legal education so he can provide his clients with legal expertise that is current and compatible with evolving laws. He is an active member of the Marion County Bar Association.