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This is a guide on what to expect in court.
Any proceedings involving a child are governed by the UCCJEA, including protective orders-please see this statute:
http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/107.707 but that only applies to actions between the parents, not relatives.
Here is the statute that allows for restraining orders:
There is no restriction that the petitioner be a resident for 180 days, so the court may still issue the order. However, it can be challenged on substantive issues.
So the party can get any needed information before the court via affidavit- here are instructions and a form.
So the respondent can address the result of any investigation in another state, referencing that the case was resolved favorably in resondent's favor, and that records can be obtained but there was insufficient time to do so.
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