Legal Information: Oregon
Oregon Parental Kidnapping
Laws current as of March 22, 2022
The information below is not based on Oregon law, but provides some general information about parental kidnapping (also called “custodial interference”) which may be useful. Custody and kidnapping are complicated and it is important to try to find an experienced lawyer to help you with your case.
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