Where can I find Lane County circuit court forms?
This page contains many forms that are specific for Lane County Circuit Court. Additional statewide forms are located in the Forms Center. Note: If there are two versions of any form, select the Lane version. How can we make this page more helpful?
What are the records of Lane County Oregon?
The records are also referred to as scalp bounty records. Bounty Record [Animal Scalp-location: c5.s61], 1909-1928 (2 volumes). Series documents the assessment of real and personal property, the determination of tax liability, and the collection of county taxes.
When does Lane County Court in Oregon end?
Pursuant to Presiding Judge Order 2021-01, beginning March 12, 2021 and continuing until further order of the court, court operations are continuing with remote services or postponed hearings as defined in the Lane COVID-19 Operations Plan (updated 4/30/2021).
Where can I find case information in Oregon?
Court staff may be able to provide case information by phone but cannot provide legal advice. Additionally, each local circuit court has a free public access terminal where you can look up case information for most cases (state and federal law require courts to protect some information).
How to file final court documents in Lane County Oregon?
It is your responsibility to ensure your final court documents are filed with the court. Contact your attorney or the Lane County Family Court Assistance Office (541-682-4302 and online at: http://courts.oregon.gov/Lane/FamilyandChildren/pages/FamForms.aspx) to learn more about how to file final court documents.
How to file a parenting plan in Lane County Oregon?
It is your responsibility to file the final court documents (including your parenting plan) with the court. Our office does not file parenting plans with the court. Appropriate forms are available from the Lane County Family Court Assistance Office (541-682-4302) and online at: http://courts.oregon.gov/Lane/FamilyandChildren/pages/FamForms.aspx
What kind of Records does Lane County have?
Lane County provides several types of records to the general public. The Circ uit Court, not Lane County, handles divorce records and dissolutions of marriage (divorces), annulments, separations, adoptions, restraining orders.
Where can I get OJD efile in Oregon?
OJD eFile allows filers to electronically file, serve, distribute, and deliver court documents in Oregon’s circuit courts and the Oregon Tax Court. Filers can eFile 24 hours a day from home, office, or any other location. eFiling Kiosks are also available in most courts during regular court business hours, Monday – Friday.