A mutual meeting of the minds is the critical determinate. This can be shown by written or verbal communication. Digital would also apply. But, you need to contact a reputable Oklahoma attorney to discuss the facts surrounding your case. Thank you for the question. TJP
My ex-fiance came to my house to talk and the situation grew bad. During the time he was there, we did have sexual relations and I was up-front about this when asked by the sheriff's office when I initially gave my report of the other things that happened that night. He has been charged with... Read more »
The prosecution doesn't have to work for your cause. If you are not able to get the DA to see things your way, then what you should do is hire your own Oklahoma Attorney to represent your interests. In regards to the defense, you are not restricted from contacting the defense. But, the...Read more »
He was driving under suspension when he got pulled over. I have looked up the Inmate Query and it is showing no charges against him yet. it has been a little over 32 hours since he was booked. Can they hold him more than 48 hours without charges?
Yes. Weekends can be the cause of additional the time. Be sure to call your Oklahoma Criminal Defense Attorney to help you determine who to use for your bondsman and to address the specifics of your particular case. Thank you, for your question. TJP
As the old saying goes: The proof is in the pudding! If witnesses, children and the proper documentation are provided you may have the making of a common law marriage. Please call an Oklahoma attorney to discuss the particulars of your case. Thank you, for your question. TJP
The ages of your children are an important factor for the court to decide the issue. But, there are additional factors that you will need to discuss with an Oklahoma attorney to more specifically help you. Thanks, for your question. TJP
I was not born in the US, and can't get my birth certificate unless I go back to my home country (I do have a translated copy that was notarized years ago). I have a problem changing my name back to my maiden after a divorce because the provision about the name is not included in the divorce... Read more »
Yes. You should make sure the language in the final decree expresses your desire to take back your maiden name. Then, get a certified copy of the original decree. The decree will usually be sufficient. But, there are exceptions that you will need to discuss with an Oklahoma attorney as they may...Read more »
The issue of informed consent is very important in relation to giving any authority to an attorney to act on your behalf. You will need to explain in more detail, such as whether or not this was an agreed decree, did you sign an affidavit attesting your consent...
The bankruptcy action does not necessarily preclude you from filing for divorce. You will need to consult with an attorney familiar with family law and bankruptcy statutes in your area. It is possible for you to obtain permission by the bankruptcy court to receive some form of financial...Read more »
You should bring your document to a trusted attorney for them to review, specifically after checking the court docket for the court's corresponding minute order. The time usually starts ticking when a family court judge conveys an order. That is, when the order is verbalized to you by the...Read more »
Is your name on the note and the deed? If your name is on both the note and the deed you have the debt and the equity to consider. If you are only listed on the deed the mortgage holder is more likely to go after your husband if he is the only one on the note. This matter should be discussed...Read more »
I have been the only one in her life and the only one on her birth certificate for five years. Which even got ordered to put his info on birth certificate, still to this day 5 and a half years later nothing. He's never had anything to do with her and didn't want anything to do with her... Read more »
17 year old girl has a child, decides to move back in with her biological mother, who lost all her rights, they were involuntarily terminated before her adoption. Her mother was deemed unfit. Child endangerment or something is wrong with this situation. Any laws being broken?
The 17 year old could be classified as an adult, (if she has been working, paying taxes, paying rent... giving birth to a child, raising the child). More information is required before any determination can be made as to whether the 17 year old or her baby might be at risk in this situation.
It is unlikely. However, the validity of the adoption and termination paperwork should be reviewed. The defense of fraud or duress could be at issue. You really need an attorney to look at the whole picture.
We have always (for 9 yrs) used Saturday's date to determine if it was the 1st or 5th wknd of the month. I get the first 3 wknds. She gets 4th and 5th. Now that I would actually get my daughter on Halloween for the first time since 2008, she has decided to change it to Friday making it her 5th... Read more »
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