Tag Archives: Immediate Danger

New Case Law – Usupervised Visitation

On October 13, 2010, the court of appeals issued an opinion in Long and LeDuc (http://www.publications.ojd.state.or.us/A142477.htm).  Mother appealed the trial court’s ruling that father could have unsupervised time with his son.  The court of appeals held that the record supported the … Continue reading

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Do I need to tell the other parent if I am requesting an emergency custody order?

There are two forms of emergency custody order. A pre-judgment order (meaning that it is taken out at the time the original custody request is filed with the court) and a post-judgment order (meaning that it is taken at the … Continue reading

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Can I get custody of my child now if he or she is in danger?

As family law attorneys based in Portland, Oregon, we talk to a lot of parents with safety concerns about the other parent’s home. We hear questions about how to get custody quickly, or change a parenting plan quickly if a … Continue reading

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