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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 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 emergency custody in Oregon – What is Immediate Danger?

As an Oregon divorce and family law lawyer, I talk to a lot of parents who want an immediate change of custody or an immediate suspension of parenting time. It can be extremely frustrating for them to learn that it … Continue reading

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How do I get Ex Parte Temporary Custody and Parenting Time in Oregon?

In the past, the use of ex parte orders to obtain custody of children at the outset of a custody battle were grossly abused. This practice has now been severely limited and the Courts in Oregon generally cannot enter an … Continue reading

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