Co-parenting with Minor Children?
Co-parenting after a relationship ends is often hard, and sometimes parents have to go to court to work out how to resolve issues moving forward.
If you're thinking about starting a legal case — or if you're already in one — you should know about the legal rules and standards the court uses. This guide covers the five things you need to know about custody, parenting time, and child support in Oregon.
Whether you're planning to go it alone or get a family lawyer on your side, you'll want to download our FREE CommonSense Legal Guide™ to Custody, Parenting Time, and Child Support in Oregon.
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How and where to get the legal help you deserve, including FREE and LOW COST legal options for those who qualify.
The difference between custody and parenting time — and why this difference matters.
The SIX FACTORS the Oregon courts use to determine custody and parenting time in the children's best interests.
The elements that make up a great parenting plan in Oregon, including rules for communication.
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