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How Do Unmarried Parents Get Custody And Visitation Rights In Oregon?

The most significant issue to be worked out for separating unmarried parents is generally child custody and parenting time. It is important to legally establish child custody and a parenting plan even if you are on good terms with the … Continue reading

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How Do I File For Divorce In Oregon?

Many of our clients have a lot of questions when they are faced with divorce. A divorce is legally known as a dissolution of marriage. The Oregon dissolution process allows you to file on your own or jointly with your … Continue reading

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HOW DO I FILE FOR EMERGENCY CUSTODY IN OREGON?

Many of our clients want to know how to protect their child’s safety while in the other parent’s care. ORS 107.097 and ORS 107.139 allow a parent to petition the court for temporary custody when their child is in immediate … Continue reading

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How is Child Custody Determined in Oregon?

Child custody is probably the most contentious issue in family law. Our offices receive more calls regarding child custody than any other family law matter. Calls are fueled by the divisive and emotional nature of child custody cases. Many clients … Continue reading

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How Can I Get Emergency Custody In Oregon?

Many of our clients are in need of an immediate change of custody or an immediate suspension of parenting time. Under Oregon law, it is possible to obtain a temporary emergency custody order under the “Immediate Danger” statutes. We can … Continue reading

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How Do I Enforce An Out-Of State Child Custody And Parenting Time Judgment?

Many of our clients are faced with the prospect of enforcing an out-of-state custody determination following a relocation to the state of Oregon. The registration of out-of state judgments or orders is a common occurrence in today’s mobile society. We … Continue reading

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How do I get an Immediate Danger Order – What is Emergency Custody?

Many of our clients need an immediate change of custody or an immediate suspension of parenting time. It can be extremely frustrating for them to learn that it can take weeks or even months to get into court on a … Continue reading

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How to Create a Long-Distance Parenting Plan That Works

DRAFTING LONG-DISTANCE PARENTING PLANS A well drafted long-distance parenting plan can provide your children and the non-residential parent with the opportunity to maintain regular and wholesome parenting time with the children when the homes of divorced or separating parents are … Continue reading

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Modification Of Custody in Oregon

After the divorce is over a Modification of Child Custody in Oregon requires a substantial change in circumstances. The party seeking sole custody must then demonstrate how sole custody would be in the best interests and welfare of the children. … Continue reading

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