The Oregon Child Support Program strictly adheres to a set of program and guideline administrative rules, authorized by the Oregon legislature, for all child support cases.
- Program rules – Ensure that every action and administrative policy applied by the Oregon Child Support Program is consistent with federal and state law.
- Guideline rules – Determine how much money each parent should contribute for the care of their child.
Below is a list of past, present, and proposed administrative rules intended to improve services for Oregon children and families.
Oregon State Laws and Rules
- Oregon Revised Statutes »
- ORS Chapter 18 – Judgments »
- ORS Chapter 25 – Support Enforcement »
- ORS Chapter 107 – Marital Dissolution, Annulment and Separation; Mediation and Conciliation Services; Family Abuse Prevention »
- ORS Chapter 109 – Parent and Child Rights and Relationships »
- ORS Chapter 110 – Uniform Interstate Family Support Act »
- ORS Chapter 416 – Recovery of Aid and Support »
- Child Support Program Rules (137-055)
- Child Support Guideline Rules (137-050)
- Notice of Proposed Rule Making
- Rules Updated in the Last 90 Days
- Archived Rules
- Child Support Guideline Rules with Commentary (OAR 137-050) – Compilation of Rules (PDF) »
- All Oregon Administrative Rules »
- Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure (ORCP) »
- Uniform Trial Court Rules »
Federal Laws and Rules
- Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) »
- United States Code – U.S. Code, at Cornell University’s Legal information Institute »
- Social Security Act maintained by the United States Social Security Administration »
- United States Federal Digital System (FDSYS) »
- United States Code (U.S. Code) »
- Federal Register (FR) »