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Required Information Forms Provided by our Portland Family Lawyer
Ronald Johnston provides the following links to certain forms required by our state divorce laws to be completed by clients in divorce, child custody, child support and modification proceedings. These links are a courtesy and for general information only, and the inclusion of these links does not constitute legal advice in your family law matter.
Dissolution of Marriage Petitions. Oregon law requires that a petitioner complete the Vital Statistics Form. If the dissolution petition asks for custody or parenting time of a minor child, additional information required by the UCCJEA also is required.
Modification Filings. If the modification involves the custody or parenting time of a minor child, a UCCJEA form is required. A Vital Statistics form is not required. If the modification asks to change spousal support or child support, then a Uniform Support Declaration is required.
Other Filings. Any other filing that involves the custody or parenting time of a minor child is required to state the information required by the UCCJEA, but a Vital Statistics form is not required. This includes child custody and parenting time for unmarried parents, a petition by a psychological parent and a paternity or filiation petition.
No attorney-client relationship is created unless our firm is retained on your specific case. For more information about these forms and your family law matter, contact Portland divorce attorney Ronald Allen Johnston to schedule a pre-divorce consultation or confidential second opinion.