Category Archives: Out of State

Out of state: Working with a long-distance lawyer

Going through a divorce is never an easy experience, no matter how amicable the parties might be throughout the process. When the divorce is contested, it’s a lot harder. Multiply that by a hundred, and you have an idea of … Continue reading

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Out of state: how does Oregon get jurisdiction over my divorce?

A court in Oregon needs two types of jurisdiction in order to hear a dissolution of marriage (divorce) case and to make it stick. The first type of jurisdiction is personal jurisdiction, which means the court has the power over … Continue reading

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Out of state: Oregon cases: Introduction

We’re often asked questions about out of state or international matters, where one party lives in another state or country, but they’re involved in a family law matter in Oregon. Or sometimes, people move to Oregon and immediately want to … Continue reading

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