Timothy J. Pickens' answer Anyone can pay. But, whoever pays better clearly print on the check that the payment is specically for ChildSupport and print the name of who owes the ChildSupport. Contact a local Oklahoma Attorney to assist you further. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer You should get your own Oklahoma Family Law attorney and finish out the divorce. You should get the final decree drafted to your desires and have your husband served with the final decree along with a date for presentment, so that he can attend or not. If he fails to attend and you can show good service on him then a default decree is a likely outcome. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer Tough situation. You will definitely need to be able to show the court that you can provide food, shelter... for your newborn and your autistic younger brother. You should find a local Oklahoma Attorney to help you with the guardianship. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer You will likely have little success finding a response form to answer any petition or set of interrogatories at any courthouse. Your best bet is to secure the assistance of a local Oklahoma Family Law Attorney as soon as possible. Answering within the 20 day time period is very important! TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer That depends. How valuable was the gas can? Grand Larceny v. Petit Larceny? Did you commit a felony with the gas can? At any rate, you should contact your local Oklahoma Criminal Defense Attorney to discuss the details of your case. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer It would be helpful to know the specifics about your husband's Oklahoma conviction. However, from your information, the 2 year consecutive seems better than a 4 year concurrent. Because, if he has already served all but 7 months in Texas then theoretically he should only have 2 years and 7 months instead of 4 years and 7 months. At anyrate, the department of corrections can increase or decrease his time in for any number of reasons. You should schedule an appoitment with a local Oklahoma...
Timothy J. Pickens' answer "Never bring a knife to a gun fight, and never use deadly force to protect your property." For specific statute discussion call your local Oklahoma Criminal Defense Attorney! TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer Here are a few places that can help you locate an affordable attorney: The University of Tulsa Law School, The University of Oklahoma Law School, your local county bar association or the Oklahoma Bar Association. In addition, there is also the Legal Aid Society. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer Yes. But, the answer cannot come without you explaining the history of your case as well as the current facts that have led to this application to revoke. Therefore, you need to contact a local Oklahoma attorney to address these questions. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer Usually, immediately before you have your case heard before a jury you have had all your discovery and procedural issues addressed and you can proceed to trial. You should consult with a local Criminal Defense Attorney to discuss the particular facts dealing with your question. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer You can always file a motion to modify /change the language in your decree. One of the easiest ways to accomplish your request would be to get the opposing party to agree to the change. Then present the motion and the signed agreed order modifying... to the Judge for signature. It is always best to review your specific facts with a local attorney. TJP
Timothy J. Pickens' answer Why? Do you want to help the other side with their case against you? That said, it is never a good idea to add a convicted Felon to a custody dispute. But, to say you can't make that decision is not true. Contact a local Oklahoma attorney to sift through the facts of your case to address the issue in detail. TJP
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