Divorce, Custody, and Family Law Filing fee update for Multnomah County

editedmoneyWe blogged about the filing fees for divorce, custody, and other family law cases on June 29, 2009. The previous post can be found here.

Just to keep us at the Oregon Divorce Blog on our toes, Multnomah County increased filing fees as of July 1, 2009. Multnomah County’s new filing fees as of July 1, 2009 follow:

DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASES
Annulment or Separation:
Petitioner, moving party 404.00
Respondent 266.00
Custody or Support of Child Determination Under ORS 109.103:
Petitioner, moving parent 394.00
Respondent 256.00
Motion to modify custody or child support determination
Petitioner, moving party 224.00
Response to motion 112.00
Dissolution:
Petitioner, moving party 405.00
Respondent 266.00
Dissolution of Domestic Partnership:
Petitioner, moving party 189.00
Respondent 188.00
Filiations petition under ORS 109.124 to 109.230:
Petitioner, moving party 394.00
Respondent 256.00
Motion to modify filiations determination
Petitioner, moving party 224.00
Response to motion 112.00
Motion After Entry of Dissolution, Annulment, or Separation Judgment:
Moving party modification motion after judgment entry 277.00
Moving party modification motion one year or less after judgment entry 274.00
Moving party motion other than modification 50.00
Response to modification motion 152.00
Response to Motion other than modification 40.00
Motion to Enforce Parenting Time:
Moving party motion 99.00
Response to motion 56.00

About Sean Stephens

By Sean Stephens Google + Sean Stephens is divorce and family law lawyer, and a founding member of Stephens & Margolin LLP He was born in Eugene, Oregon and is a fourth generation Oregonian. Sean Stephens attended the University of Oregon, and graduated in with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with a minor in English Literature. His psychology studies emphasized early childhood development. You can find more about Sean Stephens at Stephens & Margolin LLP Follow him
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2 Responses to Divorce, Custody, and Family Law Filing fee update for Multnomah County

  1. Thank you for the information. When all efforts of keeping the marriage together fails, divorce is one of the options that couples turn to after finally deciding to end their relationship. Any transactions, including marriage, that we enter takes a toll on our finances but we have to face them and deal with the consequences.

  2. This is helpful information – thanks for sharing.

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