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Parenting Plans

Parenting Plans

Oregon law requires a parenting plan in court cases involving parenting time. The parenting plan may be general or detailed. It must say how much time, at a minimum, the children will spend with the each parent. ORS 107.102

Supplemental Local Rule 8.085

8.085 PARENTING PLANS AND NON-CUSTODIAL PARENTING TIME SCHEDULES
Unless otherwise directed by the Court, or the parties stipulate to a different schedule of parenting time which is approved by the Court, a parent shall have the right to have parenting time with the minor child(ren) of the parties according to the schedule and guidelines which are set forth in Appendix 3 of this local rule. Additional suggestions are contained in Appendix 4 of this local rule

View Oregon Judicial Department Family Law Program Information regarding parenting plans.

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