Barbur Law Blog

Continuing To Pay For An Outdated Marijuana Crime

Q: First things first, what is an expungement?

An expungement is a court order that seals records of conviction and arrest. In Oregon, this process is called Setting Aside a Conviction and/or Record of Arrest. The process involves applying for the court order by filing documents, submitting fingerprints for a background check, and paying fees. Once complete, all records are sealed, and the arrest and conviction are deemed not to have occurred in the eyes of the law. In most situations when asked, a person with a sealed record can legally respond as if the arrest and conviction never happened.

Oregon’s Eviction Moratorium Q & A With Attorney, Eric Wolfe

Q: As an attorney who often represents landlords, what are your thoughts on Oregon's eviction moratorium, and now, extension?

I understand the reasoning behind the moratorium as it was put forth with good intentions; however, I believe it was a knee-jerk, one-size-fits-all reaction that will create long-term negative consequences for both landlords and tenants.

Estate Planning During Coronavirus

So far, 2020 is not the year we were expecting. The more we learn about Coronavirus, the more it appears that the virus can affect anyone. It comes as no surprise that people of all ages are asking how to draft an estate plan.

When It Comes To Estate Planning, “Too Young” Is Too Often The Excuse

Young people feel invincible. And yet, we all have personal experiences that remind us otherwise. So, why, as an attorney who focuses almost exclusively on estate planning, do I hear the “too young to have an estate plan” justification for not planning, time and again? I am here to tell you that everyone needs an estate plan. Allow me to repeat myself for those in their 20’s and 30’s who are still reading: everyone needs an estate plan.

Top 10 Reasons to get an Estate Plan

A great reason to have an estate plan is that you own assets. If you own assets, something has to happen to them when you pass away and can no longer own them. Preparing an estate plan can help to make sure your assets go to the right people.

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