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Dissolution of Domestic Partnership Data

Updated August 3, 2017

The following tables provide the most current statistics on dissolution of domestic partnership occurring in Oregon.

Please read about Oregon Preliminary Data before using year-to-date and preliminary statistics. All files are PDF format.


Dissolution of Domestic Partnership by Month and County of Occurrence*

Year-to-Date Final
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009

*In 2008 there were three dissolutions, one each in Douglas, Lane, and Washington counties.


Total Number of Children Under 18 Affected by Dissolution of Domestic Partnership*

*As of 2016, the number of children under 18 affected by divorce will no longer be reported.

Final
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009

*In 2008 there were three dissolutions, none of which had any minor children affected by the dissolution of domestic partnership.


Summary of Data for Children Under 18 Affected by Dissolution of Domestic Partnership:

  • These tables present a tabulation of the total dissolutions granted by the county of occurrence.
    It is further subdivided by information provided on the number of minor children of the domestic partnership being dissolved.
    The state of Oregon does not collect information about other children (children not born or adopted during the marriage/domestic partnership) affected by the dissolution of domestic partnership. Families affected by dissolution may also have step-children or children from only one of the partners involved in the dissolution. These children would not be counted in this summary.
    Information about children affected by dissolution of domestic partnership may be filed in a county different from that in which both parties reside.

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