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All Optional Statewide Family Law Forms


The Office of the State Court Administrator has prepared family law forms for optional use by local courts. Self-represented litigants should check with their local courts to find out whether the court in their county will accept these forms. You can print any form for free and fill it out by hand, or many courts offer forms available to purchase for a nominal fee.


NOTE: All documents containing printing on the back side of a sheet shall be printed in such a manner so that when the page is turned on the binding edge, print on the back side is oriented in the same direction as the print on the front side of the following sheet.


CAUTION! If your case involves complicated legal issues, you may seriously harm your legal rights if you use these forms without consulting with a lawyer. You are strongly urged to talk to a lawyer. You may find a lawyer by calling the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Referral Service and Modest Means program at 1-800-452-7636. You may also contact your local legal aid office. For more information about legal services and information, visit the Oregon State Bar's website at osbar.org.

Filing the Forms with Your Local Court

You should take your completed forms to the court for filing. Some counties have facilitators available to help self-represented litigants complete the forms correctly. Contact your local court to find out whether your court has facilitators to help you and what services the program provides. Courts charge a fee to file most documents with the court. Contact your court for fees and payments options or review fees at this link.

Please review the "Basic Forms Tutorial" before getting started.

  • Dissolution of Marriage/Registered Domestic Partnership, cases with children; process for Petitioners:
  • Dissolution of Marriage/Registered Domestic Partnership, cases without children; process for Petitioners:
  • Response to Dissolution, cases with children:
  • Response to Dissolution, cases without children:
  • Petition for Separation with Children:
  • Petition for Separation without Children:
  • Response for Separation with Children:
  • Response for Separation without Children:
  • Unmarried Parents: Custody, Parenting Time, Child Support Process for Petitioners:
  • Response for Unmarried Parents: Custody, Parenting Time, Child Support Process:
  • Name and Sex Change Page

    Sex Change

    After a sex change, a court may order a legal change of sex and enter a judgment indicating the change of sex. Not all counties accept the sex change forms below, so please contact your local county court for more information.
  • Sex Change (Adult) Packet

  • Name and Sex Change

    After a sex change, a court may order a legal change of name and sex at the same time, and enter a judgment indicating the change of name and sex. Not all counties accept the name and sex change forms below, so please contact your local county court for more information.
  • Name and Sex Change (Adult) Packet