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Oregon Supplemental Local Rules and Legal Forms


From the Washington County (Oregon) Law Librarian:

This is a follow-up to my previous post for those of you looking for Oregon legal forms.

Another important place to look for official, court-sanctioned, Oregon legal forms will be in the Oregon Judicial Department (OJD) Circuit Court Supplemental Local Rules (SLR). But, you still need to know what you’re doing. Check with the court where you plan to file the documents. And consult an attorney, please. It saves no one any time, money, or grief if you file the wrong form and don’t comply with rules of service.

Also keep in mind, that not every County Circuit Court’s SLR will have forms. My own county has a number of Washington County Circuit Court-specific family law forms, e.g. a Motion to Reset. You may not find this form in another Circuit Court. Your Circuit Court may require you to file a different form!

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2 responses to “Oregon Supplemental Local Rules and Legal Forms”

  1. JB says:

    we have a law suit in Oregon just served by Oregon Law Center which is 5 and 4 yrs old against our corporation which is not doing business there
    we would like to file answer and not spent too much money denying everything
    can you help
    just to put on record
    john spear
    or call 951 440 5995 cell

  2. You either spend a lot of money on a good lawyer or you spend a lot of time on the research.

    Legal self-help for a state case is very difficult without using the state's print and online legal resources. If you can't use Oregon law libraries, I recommend you contact a public law library where you do live. The librarians may be able to give you some instruction on how to research an issue and assist you in locating online legal information.

    That said, there is no substitute for the assistance of counsel or hours in the law library reading the state's statutes and the cases and the practice materials.


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