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State Family Law Advisory Committee (SFLAC)

The State Family Law Advisory Committee (SFLAC) is currently a 16-member panel of judges, trial court administrators, mediators and evaluators, attorneys, family court service providers, and representatives from various state agencies. The Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court appoints SFLAC members to advise the State Court Administrator on family law issues in the courts (ORS 3.436). The SFLAC also plans and implements an annual statewide conference on family law issues in Oregon to the extent that funds are available.
It meets quarterly and has several subcommittees that research and provide technical assistance on specific issues of concern in family law or pertaining to family courts. The subcommittees are currently focusing on such issues such as parenting plan outreach, domestic violence, child support, self-representation, parent education and more.

  *NEW* SFLAC Recommendations for Oregon Courts: Information for Parents sharing Custody or Parenting Time of Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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