If you don’t yet know about A.R.T., now is the time to learn because once it is levied, it will be too late. Continue reading A.R.T. – The Hidden Landmine in Oklahoma Divorce and Custody
In divorce, paternity, and custody cases, one form of evidence used are exhibits. Here are things you should be looking for to start building your case. Continue reading How-To Guide: Assembling Divorce and Custody Exhibits
There are two common billing structures used by family attorneys in Oklahoma: The Flat Fee and Hourly. This article will explain the differences . Continue reading How Do Attorney Fees Work In Family Law Cases in Oklahoma?
From an Oklahoma fathers rights lawyer perspective, some of the more frequently asked child custody related questions. This is part two of a two part series. Continue reading Fathers Rights Lawyer Perspective: Child Custody FAQ Part 2
As a divorce lawyer in Oklahoma, get many questions. Here is a collection of some of the most frequently asked child custody related questions. Part One. Continue reading Fathers Rights Lawyer Perspective: Child Custody FAQ Part 1
A recent Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals decision clarified that the standard to modify visitation is different from the standard to modify custody. Continue reading Court Clarifies Standard to Modify Visitation in Oklahoma
There are hundreds of lawyers. How do you pick a divorce lawyer in Oklahoma? Better Question, how do you choose the best divorce lawyer for you? Continue reading Choose the Best Divorce Lawyer in Oklahoma For You!
Many people misunderstand the relationship between child support and visitation. I will clear this up in this article and hopefully keep you out of hot water. Continue reading Child Support and Visitation Denials: How to Avoid Contempt
There is a big difference between a child expressing a custody preference and a child making a decision. Here is how this works and what you need to know. Continue reading Oklahoma Custody Preference: Does The Tail Wag the Dog?
The Automatic Temporary Injunction takes effect the moment a divorce is filed. Know what you can and can’t do. A violation can land you in contempt. Continue reading Make Sure You Understand The Automatic Temporary Injunction