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Form CSF110112 Affidavit In Support

Form CSF110112 Affidavit In Support

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Form CSF110112 Affidavit In Support

 

INSTRUCTIONS: OREGON AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF ESTABLISHING PATERNITY (Form CSF110112)

 

 

If you are seeking to establish paternity in Oregon family court in order to obtain child support payments or for other reasons, you will need to file an affidavit. This form CSF110112 is found on the website of the Oregon Child Support Program run by the state's Department of Justice.

 

Oregon Affidavit In Support Of Establishing Paternity CSF110112 Step 1: At the top of the page, give the name of the petitioner and their Social Security number. Give the same information concerning the respondent whose paternity you are trying to establish. Provide all additional case number information requested.

 

Oregon Affidavit In Support Of Establishing Paternity CSF110112 Step 2: In section one, indicate whether you are the mother or father of the child, or otherwise are representing a child. Provide all information about conception and any previous genetic tests or acknowledgments of paternity.

 

Oregon Affidavit In Support Of Establishing Paternity CSF110112 Step 3: Section II is for the use of the mother only. The first question concerns the date of conception, while the second question is about your relationship to the father. 

 

Oregon Affidavit In Support Of Establishing Paternity CSF110112 Step 4: The third question asks you to circle "yes" or "no" next to every statement regarding your relationship with the father.

 

Oregon Affidavit In Support Of Establishing Paternity CSF110112 Step 5: Section III is for the use of fathers only. Questions "a" through "o" ask for you to similarly circle "yes" or "no in response.

 

Oregon Affidavit In Support Of Establishing Paternity CSF110112 Step 6: In Section IV, give any additional explanations or information Sections II or III require you to give.

 

Oregon Affidavit In Support Of Establishing Paternity CSF110112 Step 7: Sign and date the form in the presence of a notary public or other licensed official. 

 

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