Welcome to the Oklahoma Fathers Rights Divorce and Custody Blog! Here you will find topics of interest for Oklahoma men and fathers facing divorce, custody, paternity, and child support matters. My goal is to provide practical information and tips to help people better understand the legal process and the applicable laws. My intent is to cover a variety of family law issues so that there will be something of interest for everyone.
One tool used in Oklahoma divorce and paternity cases to manage conflict is the Proper Conduct Order. Maybe it is something that could be useful in your case.
How to Organize your responses to Request for Production. Doing it right will save your attorney a ton of time, and you a significant amount of attorney fees.
How do you help a therapist pay off their student loans? One really good way is to unnecessarily dial up the level of conflict in divorce and custody cases.
How to identify and organize a witness list for your attorney in an Oklahoma divorce, paternity, visitation, child support, or child custody case.
Mediation is a powerful tool you can use to not only minimize your legal expenses, but also control the outcome of your divorce or custody case. Top 10 tips.
Oklahoma Fathers: Don’t fall in this trap. One lawyer can’t represent or advise both sides in a divorce. There is no such thing as “our” attorney in a divorce.
In Oklahoma, both parents have an equal right to inspect and receive all information and records relating to their child. Know your rights.
For information on family law topics not specific to father’s, check out our Oklahoma Divorce and Custody Lawyer Family Law Blog.
Oklahoma Fathers Rights Divorce and Custody Blog Mission Statement
I created this Blog with a few specific goals:
- Provide information to help people understand some of the basic laws and how they are actually applied in a courtroom.
- Help people develop realistic expectations. I feel a common problem is attorneys not properly managing client expectations. Knowing the most realistic outcome is critical in court and at mediation.
- Provide a glimpse of what the divorce lawyer / paternity lawyer sees, thinks, and feels from the lawyer’s perspective.
- This blog is not technical in nature. My intent is to provide practical information.
- This is not a self-help site. You need an attorney to represent you in any family law matter.
Thank you for taking the time to visit this blog. If you have an idea for a topic you think people would find interesting, drop me a line.
Pete D. Louden has been a family law attorney in Norman, Oklahoma since 1998. The focus of his law practice is representing men and fathers in divorce, child custody, paternity, and child support matters. He has extensive experience in settlement negotiations, mediations, and complex high conflict divorce and custody trials. Copyright 2021. Pete D. Louden. All Rights Reserved
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