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Legal Information: Oregon
What are the residency requirements to file for divorce in Oregon?
If you were married in Oregon, you can file for divorce in Oregon if:
- either you or your spouse is a resident Oregon at the time you file for divorce.1
If you were not married in Oregon, you can file for divorce in Oregon if:
- either you or your spouse is currently a resident of Oregon; and
- either you or your spouse has lived in Oregon continuously for at least six months prior to the divorce being filed.2
1 O.R.S. § 107.075(1)
2 O.R.S. § 107.075(2)
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