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Oregon Legislative Information for Fathers and their Families































2001 Oregon Legislative Session

Father-Friendly Bills
Senate Bills
None Introduced
House Bills
2063 2064 2065
2072 2277 2339
SUMMARY

The following summary is not prepared by the sponsors of the measure and is not a part of the body thereof subject to consideration by the Legislative Assembly. It is an editor's brief statement of the essential features of the measure as introduced.


House Bill 2063 (Introduced)
Revises criteria for support of child over 18 years of age. Eliminates authority of court to order child support for child 19 years of age or older, and for child 18 years of age or older and under 19 years of age if child is not attending secondary school or equivalent. Eliminates child's standing as party to enforce support order. Eliminates provisions allowing support to be paid directly to child. at the request of Representative Bill Witt)

FATHERS ONLINE Comment: Discrimination in any form is unacceptable. See DADS Child Support over 18 page.

Status
1-8(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-10 Referred to Judiciary.
2-12 Assigned to subcommittee on Criminal Law.
3-1 Public Hearing held.
3-15 Public Hearing and Work Session scheduled.


House Bill 2064 (Introduced)
Establishes parenting time provisions for parenting plan developed by court in domestic relations proceeding. (at the request of Representative Bill Witt)

FATHERS ONLINE Comment:

Status
1-8(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-10 Referred to Judiciary.
1-12 Assigned to subcommittee on Criminal Law.
3-1 Public Hearing held.
3-15 Public Hearing and Work Session scheduled.


House Bill 2065 (Introduced)
Eliminates court's authority to order person who is obligated to pay child support to purchase life insurance on person's life adequate to cover obligation. Modifies state's policy encouraging certain persons to obtain or cooperate in obtaining life insurance adequate to cover support obligations. (at the request of Representative Bill Witt)

FATHERS ONLINE Comment:

Status
1-8(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk. 1-10 Referred to Judiciary.
2-12 Assigned to subcommittee on Criminal Law.
3-1 Public Hearing held.
3-15 Public Hearing and Work Session scheduled.


House Bill 2072 (Introduced)
Requires that child support obligation be offset by child's Social Security or Veterans' benefits received as result of obligor's disability or retirement. (at the request of Representative Bill Witt)

FATHERS ONLINE Comment:

Status
1-8(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-10 Referred to Judiciary.
1-12 Assigned to subcommittee on Criminal Law.
3-1 Public Hearing held.
3-15 Public Hearing and Work Session scheduled.


House Bill 2277 (Introduced)
Requires that statements in mediation in domestic relations proceedings be under oath or corroborated by other evidence. Requires that copies of mediator's report in domestic relations proceedings be provided to parties or counsel for parties. (at the request of Representative Bill Witt)

FATHERS ONLINE Comment:

Status
1-11(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-16 Referred to Judiciary.
3-2 Assigned to subcommittee on Criminal Law.
3-15 Public Hearing and Work Session scheduled.


House Bill 2339 (Introduced)
Allows presiding judge of circuit court to establish mandatory mediation program for specified categories of cases. Expands types of services that may be funded by certain fees collected in specified domestic relations cases. (at the request of Joint Interim Judiciary Committee for Judicial Department)

FATHERS ONLINE Comment:

Status
1-11(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
1-17 Referred to Judiciary.
Assigned to subcommittee on Civil Law
2-5 Public Hearing held.
2-19 Work Session held.


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