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.
Advisory Committee Comments to the 1969 Probate Code
1989 Oregon Probate Practice Legislation: Claims and Small Estates
A-Engrossed Senate Bill 64 (2003)
Amendments to the Oregon Probate Code Report of the Probate Modernization Work Group on HB 4102 (2016)
Report of the Probate Modernization Work Group on HB 29864 (2017)
Amendments to the Oregon Probate Code Report of the Probate Modernization Work Group on HB 3006, HB 3007, and HB 3008 (2019)
Comments to Uniform Trust Code
Explanation of The Oregon Uniform Trust Code – SB 275
Report of the Probate Modernization Work Group – by Professor Susan N. Gary
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.