|The Oregon Department of Transportation is planning multi-day interstate closures for rehabilitation projects on I-5 and the I-5 and I-84 interchange this summer. This work will cause unavoidable, 24-hour closures for extended periods of time in July and August, with construction projects beginning this Sunday, July 8. All drivers should expect delays and congestion throughout the Portland metro area during the following time periods: |
News: Barristers Support Services, Inc
Our office will be closing at 3 pm on July 3rd and will remain closed all day July 4th. We will return on July 5th for normal working hours.
Happy 4th of July to everyone!!
OREGON COURT FILING FEES INCREASE
Filing fees will increase as of October 1, 2017.
Here is a link to the full set of filing fees as well as a list of the most common documents
SMALL CLAIMS: Old Fees New Fees
Under $2500 $53.00 $55.00
Over $2500 $95.00 $99.00
Residential $79.00 $83.00
Answer (def) $79.00 $83.00
Plaintiff Trial Fee $125.00 $131.00
Commercial $252.00 $265.00
NOTICE OF RESTITUTION: $16.00 $17.00
WRIT OF EXECUTION: $37.00 $45.00
WRIT OF GARNISHMENT: $37.00 $45.00
1) I can achieve greatness.
One of the most influential ones is to tell yourself on a daily basis that you can achieve all the greatness in life. Focus on your vision and dreams and then attach the emotion to that vision. By telling this to yourself and believing that you can achieve greatness, it will eventually turn into reality.
Practice Kindness with everyone, yourself included.
Electronic Filing (E-filing) in Oregon
Here is some info on E-filing:
We can E-file your documents prior to service for you; whether your an Attorney, Private Individual, or Business.
As with routine conventional filing, there is no extra charge for routine E-filing if it is in conjunction with our company providing service of process. If Rush filing is required, please call for price quote.
Mandatory E-Filing is required in all Counties in Oregon:
Electronic filing is mandatory for active members of the Oregon State Bar filing documents in all Oregon circuit courts.
Electronic filing is now available for all counties in Oregon.
E-Filing is now mandatory in all Oregon circuit courts for active
members of the Oregon State Bar.
We are happy to announce the launch our re-designed website. Did you know that our links page has all the links for the ORCP, ORS and RCW’s statutes? We also have the links to the Secretary of State for corporations in Oregon and Washington and the registered agents for banks and credit unions. Check out the links page.
As of today, E-filing is available in all counties in Oregon.