Expedited hearing upon motion by deployed parent
- • provision for alternate testimony when deployed parent cannot personally appear
(1) Upon motion filed by a deployed parent or a parent whose deployment is imminent, the court shall hold an expedited hearing in:
(a) Any proceeding in a suit for marital annulment, dissolution or separation where a deployed parent or a parent whose deployment is imminent is a party;
(b) In any proceeding under ORS 107.135 (Vacation or modification of judgment), 107.138 (Temporary status quo order regarding child custody) and 107.139 (Post-judgment ex parte temporary custody or parenting time order) where a deployed parent or a parent whose deployment is imminent is a party; and
(c) A proceeding under ORS 107.145 (Legislative findings regarding deployed parent) (4).
(2) In any proceeding listed under subsection (1) of this section, whether or not a motion to expedite a hearing has been filed, the court shall make reasonable accommodations to allow a deployed parent, or a parent whose deployment is imminent, to provide video, electronic or Internet testimony if the proceeding involves the custody, parenting time, visitation, support and welfare of the parent’s child and where the deployed parent or the parent whose deployment is imminent cannot personally appear. [2011 c.64 §3; 2017 c.534 §2]
Note: See note under 107.145 (Legislative findings regarding deployed parent).
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