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As of April 2016, two people of the same gender and at least 18 years of age, one of whom being an Oregon resident, are still able to contract to be domestic partners.Called a Declaration of Domestic Partnership, the document is available at each county clerk’s office, or online, and requires a small filing fee." - or ridiculous - "This can't be true." We kept reporting.We checked whether sterilization had always been covered by the Oregon Health Plan, the state-run health care insurance program that covers 600,000 people a month.An exception applies if you have no parent or guardian living in Oregon.You may not marry a first cousin or anyone nearer of kin to you (unless they are your first cousin by adoption).In Oregon, you must be 17 years old before you can marry.

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Name Change Action Allowed: In Oregon, an adult and a number of related adults and their minor children may change their names by filing an action in the Probate or Circuit Court with appropriate forms. A person who has attained the age of 18 years is considered an adult. A person who has not attained the age of 18 years is considered a minor.

Following receipt of the parent’s response or upon expiration of the time for their response, the probate court will conduct an informal hearing at which all interested parties may present evidence for determination of whether the name change is in the best interest of the child.

But, even if a parent or legal guardian object to the name change, the court may still grant the petition if it finds that the name change is in the best interest of the minor.

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