Legal Information: Oregon
Where can I get additional information about custody in Oregon?
We hope the following links to outside sources may be helpful.
Legal Aid Society of Oregon has a number of resources about custody and related issues, including:
- information about parenting time (visitation); and
- information about parenting time for survivors of domestic abuse.
The Oregon Judicial Department also provides information about Oregon custody law and related topics as well as court forms.
WomensLaw.org is unrelated to the above organizations and cannot vouch for the accuracy of their sites. We provide these links for your information only.
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