The following is a compilation of internet sources found useful by Oregon Estate Planning attorneys. Sites change from time to time. If you find that a link cannot be accessed or if you have a link you think would be useful to other Estate Planning attorneys please contact us.
Recent Changes to the Oregon Probate Code
Section member Warren Deras has generously offered to publish via our Section website his personal compilation of recent changes to the Oregon Probate Code, showing the relevant statutes s they should appear when published in the coming year. This text incorporates recent amendments to the Oregon Probate Code which became effective on January 1, 2017, but which have not yet been published in final form by the State.
Please note that the compilation is not provided by the Bar or the State of Oregon, and the Estate Planning Section has made no independent effort to evaluate its accuracy or completeness — the work must be credited entirely to Mr. Deras, and we thank him for his exceptional effort on behalf of his fellow Section members.
Public Affairs Legislative Tracking/Reports
Keep track of the bills and generate reports on the bills your Section/Committee has identified as bills of interest. If you have questions regarding taking positions on legislation or on how to use the Public Affairs Legislative Tracking/Reports site, please contact the Public Affairs Department at 503.431.6376.
Oregon State Bar Internet Resources
The Oregon State Bar’s page of links to Oregon, Federal and general interest websites.
Oregon State Bar Legal Information Topics
The bar provides general legal information on a variety of topics as a public service by Oregon’s lawyers. Topics include Wills, Trusts and Elder Law.
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. is a non-profit association that assists lawyers, bar organizations and others who work with older clients and their families.
Table of Judgments and Orders
A handy table compiled by Philip Jones summarizing which decisions of the probate court are memorialized in orders and which are memorialized in judgments.