The law requires fair treatment in labor camps. Read more here.
Resources, information and legal help for Oregon disaster survivors.
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.
It is illegal to deny labor camp housing to farmworkers because they want to live with their children. Read more here.
The law protects tenants from some types of discrimination. Find out more here. (An excerpt from the 2016 Landlord-Tenant Law in Oregon community education booklet.)
If you move to a new address you can assure that your mail is sent to you at your new home by filling out a simple change of address form (Form 3575) from the postal service. Read more here.
A notary public in the United States is not trained in the law or a graduate of a law school, and is not a lawyer. Read more here.
The Oregon Homeowner Legal Assistance (OHLA) Project can provide help to homeowners at risk of foreclosure due to COVID-19 factors.
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Are you 60 or over and looking for legal assistance in the Portland area? A Senior Law Project volunteer attorney may be able to help.
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