There has long been a curious correlation between cohabitation and divorce. Until recently, it was believed that premarital cohabitation resulted in an increased divorce rate. A new study by Arielle Kuperberg indicates that cohabitation has never been the culprit, it was age.
In hopes of helping you in your quest for Oregon family law information, we have added useful links to the Oregon family law section of our site. There you will find ORS 107, ORS 109, Oregon family law forms, Oregon child support calculator, Oregon state bar’s family law resource page, and the Oregon State Bar lawyer referral service information.
It’s important to stay abreast on the law, especially with regard to your Oregon child support order. You may request a periodic review of your child support order every three years if you wish, or whenever there has been an unanticipated change in financial circumstances. This link below contains the new child support rules that are currently in consideration. If you have a question about how these new rules may effect your child support order, feel free to set up a consultation with an Oregon family law lawyer today by contacting us via email or telephone. Our Bend family law attorney Jeffrey K. Traylor is here to help!
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