Legal Document Center  

Legal Document Center will remain open during the Coronavirus Crisis, with limited staff and hours, so that we may continue to provide essential legal products and services for Oregonians.

We can sell forms over the phone and then mail or e-mail them to you. We can also schedule intake meetings via telephone and communicate via phone and e-mail to complete documents for you. During this time of crisis, please use these methods whenever possible.

Until further notice, we will have only one staff member in the office, and our hours of operation will be modified to Monday through Friday, 10am-4pm for walk ins, with appointments available before and after these hours.

If we are not able to answer your phone call, please be patient with us and leave a message so we can call you back as soon as possible. If you leave a message we WILL call you back the same day, even if it ends up being after hours.

We will return to regular business hours with full staff as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.

Please call us to reschedule our appointment if you are experiencing symptoms of acute respiratory illness, such as fever or dry cough, either now or at the time of your appointment, especially if you are in a high risk group.

People at higher risk include people 60 and older, people with underlying health conditions including heart disease, lung disease, or diabetes, people who have weakened immune systems and people who are pregnant.


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Legal Document Center Medford Oregon

Legal Document Center was established in 1989 by Marta and David Dahlen.

Please visit us at 1017 N. Riverside Avenue in Medford, Oregon 97501.

Committed to providing you with the highest quality products and services available.


Legal Document Center is not a law office and cannot give legal advice. Before
attempting to handle your own case, it is always beneficial to consult with an attorney.

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