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Guardians ad Litem for Parents in Dependency and TPR Cases
Termination of Parental Rights in Extreme Conduct Cases
Amicus Curiae Brief — Children’s Interests are Best Served by Prompt Resolution of TPR Cases on the Merits
The 2007 Amendments to Oregon Paternity Law
The Impact of the 2007 Amendments to Oregon’s Paternity Law on Dependency Proceedings in Juvenile Court
Challenges to Paternity Orders in Oregon — Standing and Grounds (2006)
(Note: This memo does not reflect changes enacted by the legislature in 2007.)