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- Gateway Center for Domestic Violence - Legal advocacy; Protective orders
- Legal Aid - Possible free or low cost legal representation; Contested restraining orders
- Oregon Courts - Protection; Custody; Filing suits
- Oregon Crime Victims Law Center - Free legal services for victims of crime in Oregon
- Know the Laws - Custody, Restraining Orders, Divorce
- Keeping Your Phone Service phone_service_for_dv_7-2006 (634.37 KB)
- Unemployment Benefits for Survivors of Domestic Violence unemployment_benefits_and_dv (120.51 KB)
What to Expect in Court
Going to court can be stressful. Whether you are seeking a restraining order or have other court business, this video will show you step by step what to expect on your court date. Please seek legal counsel beforehand. If you cannot afford to hire an attorney, please contact Legal Aid to see if you qualify for services.