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Family Law Facilitator



The purpose of the FamilyLaw Resource Center (FLRC) is to help self-represented with family law cases (divorce, custody, parenting time matters, protective orders, etc.). Our services are free and part of a state-wide effort to improve access to justice.

Facilitators Can

The FLRC Facilitators can inform self-represented litigants about court procedures and court forms available both locally and on the OJD website, review documents and provide information about legal services or other community resources. The FLRC Facilitators may also assist the opposing party. Any meetings and/or conversations you have with the Facilitators is not considered confidential.

Facilitators Cannot

The FLRC Facilitators are not attorneys and cannot give legal advice or help with legal strategy. For legal advice, you must consult with an attorney.

Business Hours & Contact Information

The FLRC assists self-represented litigants in both Coos and Curry Counties. To meet with a Facilitator, self-represented litigants may walk into our Coquille location, or schedule a document review. Document reviews can be done in person, by phone or video.

Office hours:  Monday-Friday, 8 am – 5 pm (closed 12 pm – 1 pm)

Phone:            541-396-8372 ext. 25024

Location:        Coos County Courthouse

                        250 N. Baxter Street

                        Coquille, OR 97423

                        First Floor, Room 127

Forms:            OJD Forms Center