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Estimated amendment order processing times are currently averaging (6) months. If you submitted a request and processing fee, the date your check or money order is cashed represents the verification of receipt. It also helps you estimate the time remaining before your request is processed. Requests are reviewed and processed in the order they were received. If there are any issues with your request, you will be contacted at that time.We are working diligently to reduce the turnaround times. If your request has not been processed after (6) months, please contact CHS.Amendments@oha.oregon.gov or call (971) 673-1147.We appreciate your patience, thank you.(updated 11/2023)
Under Oregon law, county courts have primary responsibility for approving dissolution of marriage judgments (divorce decrees). When a divorce judgment is approved by a judge, a second form called a dissolution of marriage certificate (divorce certificate) is signed by the court clerk and forwarded to the State Vital Records Office for filing, if the certificate form was filled out and submitted with the divorce judgment to the court.
All requests to change an Oregon divorce certificate must be approved by the county court that approved the divorce judgment.
If you know a county court has submitted a request to change a divorce certificate, you may check on the status of the amendment by emailing CHS.Amendments@oha.oregon.gov.
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