One thing though: If you're trying to research the Oregon Revised Statutes, OregonLaws.org is a lot better format that is a lot easier to use.
One other thing: It's the cheap person who usually winds up spending the most. Some of the most expensive cases I saw when I worked at an appellate court were started by people who tried to save a couple hundred bucks in attorney fees and wound up having to litigate for years. There are definitely a few things you can do for yourself in the legal system but, as a general rule, it's not a system set up to support self-helpers. Grab your favorite piece of "legal" software and read the fine print -- the first thing it says is that it is not intended to replace qualified legal counsel. Of course that's utter BS; nobody would buy the software if it wasn't sold as the solution to your legal problems at big savings. But it's an important point to remember -- if a licensed attorney screws up your matter, there's a bar association Client Assistance Office and a bar complaint process ready to help you. The software companies refer all their consumer complaints to Helen Waite, as in "Go to . . . . " Just sayin'.