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Family Law Facilitator

The purpose of the Family Law Resource Center (FLRC) is to help the increasing number of self-represented litigants with family law cases such as divorce or custody. The program is part of a state-wide effort to improve the accessibility of the court system to the public. The Coos and Curry County Facilitator can inform self-represented litigants of court procedures, available court forms, review documents, calculate child support and provide information about legal services and other resources available in the community.
Please be aware that the Facilitator may also assist the opposing party. Any meetings or conversations you have with the Facilitator are not confidential. A Facilitator is not an attorney and cannot give legal advice or help with legal strategy. You are encouraged to consult with an attorney.
The Facilitator offers walk in hours and document review appointments for Coos County litigants. Telephonic document review appointments are available for Curry County litigants. In Curry County litigants who choose the telephonic review process will be required to complete the necessary forms to the best of their ability and bring those forms to the Curry County Courthouse Civil and Domestic window. Litigants can then contact the Facilitator and set up their document review appointment.
To schedule a document review appointment or find out more information about the process, contact the Facilitator.  Most of the Facilitator's time is spent with litigants and therefore it may be difficult to reach the Facilitator by phone. Please leave only one message.  Staff will try to return your call within two (2) working days of your message.  Calls are returned in the order they are received.
The Family Law Resource Center is located on the first floor of the Coquille Courthouse in room 124.