Oregon Family Law Facilitators
Family Law Facilitators can help litigants in family law matters by providing educational materials, court forms, basic information about court procedures, referrals to agencies and other services, and limited assistance in completing forms. A facilitator is not an attorney and is unable to give legal advice.
A Legal Guide for Oregon Advocates
A reference tool for advocates who work with domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking survivors in Oregon.
Accessibility to Oregon Courts
Information about requesting accommodation for disabilities in order to use the state court system's services or facilities.
How to Serve (Deliver) Legal Papers in Oregon
The person who files a legal matter must make sure that notice of the case is “served” (or delivered to) the other side. This booklet tells you how, where, and when to do it, who can do it, and why.
An Overview of Divorce in Oregon
An overview of what happens in an Oregon divorce proceeding.
Divorce in Oregon
Will you be able to get a divorce in Oregon? An excerpt from the "Family Law in Oregon" booklet.
While the Divorce is Pending
When the divorce has been filed, but there is no final divorce judgment. (An excerpt from the Family Law in Oregon booklet.)
OJD Family Law Website
The Oregon Judicial Department (OJD) Family Law Website provides information about family law services and resources in Oregon, and offers statewide forms for use in family law proceedings. The website includes information, forms and resources for domestic violence, stalking, and elder abuse survivors.
Resources for families experiencing divorce, separation, or domestic violence during COVID-19
Survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and families experiencing divorce or separation during COVID-19 have unique challenges. This resource includes information about the availability of protection orders and support from domestic/sexual violence advocacy programs during COVID-19. Also included is information regarding divorce, custody and other family law cases during COVID-19, as well as information about the COVID-19 stimulus payment that is specific to survivors and families going through divorce or custody disputes. Information regarding unemployment benefits, housing, food and safety net programs is also included.