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Family Law Resources

Image of family on beachFamily Law cases include divorce, separation, child custody, and modification cases involving child custody, parenting time, and child support. There is generally a fee for filing these types of cases.

The purpose of Family Law Resources is to help the increasing number of self-represented litigants with family law cases such as divorce, custody, parenting time, restraining orders, protective orders for the elderly and disabled, civil stalking orders, and sexual abuse protective orders. The program is part of a state-wide effort to improve the accessibility of the court system to the public. A family court specialist can inform self-represented litigants of court procedures and available court forms, review documents, and provide information about legal services and other resources available in the community.

Please be aware that FLR staff may also assist the opposing party. Any meetings or conversations you have with FLR staff are not confidential. A family court specialist is not an attorney and cannot give legal advice or help with legal strategy. You are encouraged to consult with an attorney for legal advice concerning your case.

For further information to contact the Family Law Resource staff located on the first floor of the Yamhill County Courthouse, 535 E. 5th Street, Room 128, McMinnville, Oregon. Staff are available 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for court holidays. Telephone: 503.434.7487.

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