When you say ex, what do you mean? Do you have a divorce decree? Are you just spilt? Has the Court defined you as the father? Was there a Paternity action, or was the child born out of your marriage? Do you have a custody agreement?
Those are some of the questions that need to be...Read more »
Guardianships are pretty tricky. The real question is whether they will fight the guardianship. If they have not financially supported the children and have not made efforts to visit and continue the relationship it makes it easier. Give us a call, and we can talk you through the specifics....Read more »
The real issue is whether you are both on the original mortgage, or if you are going to be on the new mortgage alone. The quick answer: If you document the agreement with your spouse that he agrees to you refinancing the mortgage, there is no problem. He can sign his portion of the house to you in...Read more »
It depends on a lot of things. Whether their are children involved. The amount of assets (houses, cars, retirement accounts). It also depends on how many things your and your to-be ex agree on these issues already. Most attorneys will ask for a retainer or $1500 to $2500 and they will bill off...Read more »
The falsehood was a flat out lie that I had no business at the courthouse on day in question. That my sole intention was to be there to harass and intimidate a person who has a protective order on me. There can't honestly be a valid reason he didn't know that I was the petitioner and the other was... Read more »
It wouldn't be perjury, but it could be considered prosecutorial misconduct. The reality is that there is very little that can be done about these types of misrepresentations. It would just be passed off as a "reasonable belief" based on the informations and evidence they had at the time. The...Read more »
They can always waive prohibition and allow you the opportunity to have probation. Split sentences are a double edged sword. It is important to understand how much time you would have to invest compared to the amount of time you would be in the crosshairs of a P.O. and the police. Is it better...Read more »
Until a motion for modification of child support is filed, he will still owe child support. If she moves, this may eventually change the jurisdiction for child support. It does give your sonar opportunity to reopen the issue of visitation or custody, if she is acting in a manner that is not int...Read more »
They should provide you notice. This is a legal action which requires a court setting, and therefore you will be served. If you think this is even a possibility, you should hire an attorney. Far too many people think there is no point, since DHS wields so much power, but as some of our clients...Read more »
It depends on what his previous charges were. Enhancement (giving him more time) can happen with certain drug charges if he was charged prior to 11/1/19. They can also be used as a basis, if the new charge involves guns. Finally, they can be used in trail or hearings if they are involving moral...Read more »
We have 3 children, 2 boys and 1 girl. Both boys are biological mine and she legally adopted them 10 years ago. Our daughter was born during our marriage. She want to give up her Parental rights on both boys but wants full custody of our daughter. How will the courts look at this in regards to the... Read more »
There is a lot for the court to take into consideration. The age of the boys, and the age of your daughter. Their relationship with their mother. Giving up parental rights is seldom looked upon positively, but without more details it is hard to approximate how a judge would weigh this...Read more »
Nothing has happened in our case since December 13th of last year and all we did was make our first appearance we are legally still married I just need to know if the papers expire or what it's been over a year with nothing done
No, it will just hang out there waiting for one of the parties to file something to get it moving again. The real question, do you want to move the divorce forward? If you do, and you are in Tulsa or one of the surrounding counties, give us a call at 918-884-7791...Boeheim Freeman Law.
Is on disability and I work part time so I am unable to pay for a lawyer and they put a warrant out for me the next day the charge was filed but I know I haven’t done anything like this so I’m confused and don’t really know what to do ?
If you still have a warrant out outstanding, you need to take care of that. Find a bonds person who will work on payments and some attorneys will also take payment plans. Obviously, someone has accused you of getting something from them without paying for it or providing the services for it. You...Read more »
I agree with Mr. Elliott, and would add that you must be very careful because the statements you make DHS will almost certainly go to the District Attorney. I am not trying to scare you, but this could lead to criminal charges of Child Neglect or Endangering. You should speak with an attorney,...Read more »
A deferred sentence is still a plea of guilty, which has negative ramifications. Yes, if you successfully traverse the probationary period, and pay all your fines and fees, you will have the case dismissed and expunged, but what if you don't? Then you may have a permanent mark on your record or...Read more »
You have a duty to respond. Always show up to court. Without getting long winded, without an attorney, you will be taken advantage of by your spouses attorney. If you are in Tulsa, call us and we will see if we can help. 918-884-7791 Boeheim Freeman Law.
When a stolen vehicle is recovered police often call a towing service right away without even trying to contact the owner. Owner has to pay horrendous charges to get their vehicle back. It feels like extortion. No other theft is treated like this. If a citizen finds someones wallet, aren't they... Read more »
I know this doesn't answer your question, but if they find the person who stole your vehicle and charge them, you can demand restitution for all damage to the vehicle and I believe towing and storage services. Upon conviction the person would be required to pay you or face incarceration.
Parent’s are still required by law to pay child support even after a parent’s rights are terminated. A parent is relieved of any further child support obligation upon the court receipt of a final decree of adoption. A parent would always be required to pay the back child support, pursuant to a...Read more »
You must give the opposing party some notice (usually a couple of hours is the standard) prior to presenting the Judge with an Ex Parte emergency order. Even though I have shown up for my client in these situations, there is no statutory requirement that the Judge must listen to argument. There...Read more »
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