Whatever you do, do not engage in settlement negotiations with an insurance adjuster until you have an attorney representing you. The insurance company will not take you seriously without representation.
There are some actions you can consolidate if the parties to the action are the same, the claims arise substantially out of the same events/circumstances, and the statutes allow for it. You should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
I owe roughly 20,000 in back child support but recently something has happened to where I could take her to civil court but she already owes in small claims court and has nothing to take and no job to garnish. So If I got a judgement of 50K or more would I still owe her that child support.
Yes, you would still owe child support. The two (2) judgments/awards have nothing to do with each other. You'll need to still pay the $20,000, and then collect separately your $50,000. You should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Absent a Court Order, or Order from Oklahoma DHS-CSS, there is no legal obligation for anyone to pay anyone else child support. However, if a divorce is imminent, in some cases, there may be Ordered child support back to the date of separation.
That is not really something that I can answer for you with this limited information. An attorney needs to review the Petition, and craft an Answer accordingly. If legal aid cannot assist you, you should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma...View More
Wife commits adultery and moves out. She lives off student loans finishing College May of 2020 when she will start working for 70k a year. Has not filed for divorce yet. Only a verbal agreement with husband on custody and child support. She made him start paying child support immediately to her the... View More
If you want to insure that you'll receive child support, you need to make sure that you get a divorce petition on file as soon as possible. You should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
I'm not sure what article you're referring to or what Court Order is being "re-done" based upon the information you provided. It is hard to answer your question specifically with this info. However, I would always suggest that you never agree to anything, or sign anything...View More
As the child's legal custodian, the father is charged with his/their well-being. As such, he can decide (mostly) where the child stays and when the child stays there. Unless someone can show to the Court that the child is in danger, or where the child is staying is not in the child's...View More
My partner and I do not want to get married, but do want to ensure that we are each other's beneficiary, etc. We already have joint bank accounts, and plan to file Powers of Attorney. However I'm wondering if there are other rights and privileges spouses have which could be simulated... View More
There are other rights and benefits that a spouse receives upon the death of the other, i.e. possession of real property, life insurance, retirement plans. There are also, potentially, health care decisions that could be made by a spouse. There are mechanisms that can be put in place to insure...View More
If your wife takes the kids away and denies you your visitation, and you have a Court Order in place that memorializes your visitation schedule, you can apply to the Court to have her held in contempt of that Court Order. If she is found guilty of contempt, the Judge may impose fines that could...View More
My husband and I were recently moving into a new household. We ended up deciding to get a divorce in 6 months, and im currently staying at a hotel until im able to fly back to the state i used to live. My husband is threatening to trash or sell our belongings that are held in storage, and... View More
At this point in time, your best play is to get a divorce on file ASAP. If you do that, you can ask the Judge to make specific Orders regarding your property and insure he doesn't hide, destroy, or otherwise get rid of your property. I'd recommend you contact a family law attorney...View More
It is possible if your Dad agrees to let you live with your Mom. However, if you Dad has custody and does not agree, your Mom is going to have seek a change of custody and that will require Court intervention. If your Mom is serious about doing that, she will need to seek the advise of a family...View More
Her blood sugar bottoms out a lot, the sky rockets to the 3-400' s. We her dad and I have her on school breaks we keep it under control with diet. She was diagnosed in September 2015 and still don't have a lot of knowledge about it. She has told us that the her mother told her not to... View More
You may have a case for a custody modification. It sounds like the best interest of the child is going to be in your care and custody if her Mom is truly not making any efforts to control her diabetes. Also, any Judge would likely agree that it is dangerous to not listen to medical...View More
There are many reasons why the child support amount can change. There may have been a change in income for one or both of you, the obligor may have additional child support obligations out there and/or the obligor may be receiving some other credit which reduces his or her amount owed. There is...View More
You may be able to handle your child support action on your own through DHS' Child Support Services office. Most folks go through their process for child support enforcement without the assistance of an attorney.
However, I would always recommend the assistance of an attorney when...View More
Its alot of different stuff even the judge is being unfair and I feel like my lawyer I paid is not doing anything these people got my kids and I have done everything my kids are not good there can someone please get ahold of me I really need help
I would encourage you to speak with your lawyer directly first. See if you and your lawyer can come to some understanding regarding expectations, whether those expectations are reasonable, and what it will take to meet or exceed those expectations. It is not always a good idea to change horses...View More
I am I a custody case with absentee father. He wants joint custody now he was going to be forced to pay child support. He never had asked for her snf or bought anything. He currently I'd threatening me, calling g all state agencies trying to hinder me in any way he can. What can I do?
What you need to do depends on the type and level of harassment and threats. They may rise to the level of needing an Order of Protection against him. If nothing else, the evidence of harassment and threats may be used in your custody case against him; it doesn't sound like joint custody is...View More
The answer to your questions depends on the type of domestic relationship, marriage, common-law marriage, etc. All types of domestic relationships can be terminated one way or the other, but the methods needed can vary depending on the factors involved. Contact an attorney licensed to practice...View More
Head to the Court Clerk's office in whatever County your trial is in and ask the clerk at the "Family" desk (assuming they have one in your County) for a subpoena. They should have a form that you can fill out by hand.
He has gotten soonercare for three years. Each year I check no on starting a child support case when applying. I got a letter in the mail trying to locate the father of my child from child support services. I’m unsure as to why I would get something like this? I will call them of course but it is... View More
CSS can, and frequently does, initiate child support cases on there own, even when neither parent requests the commencement of an action. Since child support is technically something the child is entitled to, and not you, CSS will enforce collection on the child's behalf with or without your...View More
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