Tag Archives: parenting time enforcement

HOW TO HAVE QUALITY VISITATION WITH YOUR CHILD

Having visitation with your child can be difficult, especially if you are only allowed a limited amount of time. Not all parents have equal parenting time. In most cases one parent is awarded primary custody while the other parent is … Continue reading

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How Do I Enforce My Parenting Time in Oregon?

Many of our client are in desperate need for help to enforce their parenting time. The first step in any parenting time case is to determine if there is a valid court order or judgment which provides for parenting time. … 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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WHAT CAN I DO TO ENFORCE MY PARENTING TIME?

Our clients often ask what to do when their parenting time is being denied. The first step in any parenting time case is to determine if there is a valid court order or judgment which provides for parenting time. If … Continue reading

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How do I get Expedited Parenting Time Enforcement in Oregon?

Oregon provides for expedited parenting time enforcement for parents who are being deprived of parenting time set forth in a judgment or order. Each judicial district in Oregon is required to establish an “expedited parenting time enforcement procedure” and provide … Continue reading

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