This depends on so much. With family law especially, on one hand, you have remedies available under the law; on the other hand, you have to consider that you'll have to co-parent with your ex for years.
Prior to hiring me, I have had parents who take their custody order and call the...Read more »
I'm a stay at home mom and I'm trying to get into school. We have a toddler. Things are becoming untenable and I know we need to leave. How do I make sure I can keep my little safe when it comes to custody and visitation.
There isn't enough information here to answer your question. The Oklahoma Bar Association's website has some free legal resources for tenants that can be found here: https://www.okbar.org/freelegalinfo/tenant/
Where you can file for divorce is governed by statute in Oklahoma. Either you or your spouse must be a resident of Oklahoma for six months; otherwise, the court does not have the power to grant your divorce. If you have been a resident of the State of Oklahoma for at least six months, you can file...Read more »
Minors who are 17 can, if they are able to support themselves financially (and other considerations) petition the court for emancipation. That is a process where the court does what is called “grants rights of majority.” Essentially, the...Read more »
My question its alot longer because feel you have to know the whole story not just a peice so I'm shorting it best I can imagine in adjudication for unemployment because I thought I was on FLMA but my job says I was terminated for job abadonment don't know how FLMA works but isn't... Read more »
You should contact a "trademark infringement" or "intellectual property" attorney to discuss possible options here. This will be very fact specific and you will need to give them more information for them to advise you about options moving forward.
Its a 2015 dodge durango, it has an extended warranty of 2yrs unlimited miles and a warranty the the dealership put on the vehicle!! The part that they need to fix it, no one can get ahold of due to covid!! They wanted me to drive the vehicle while it is leaking oil and add oil to it here and there... Read more »
Less 24 hours without any notice or time landlord stole anything of value then destroyed the rest with paint and chemicals when I asked why he would do that he said cause you owe me rent can he do this I have picture to show he destroyed everything he didn't take
I buy the product from a source that is allowed to make the sticker or decal and I put it on a product to sell. Do I still have to get a Craftman license to be able to sell that with that sticker on it?
The driver fled on foot and was never caught, my insurance wont help because I was on the job and Domino's aka team next level of tulsa will not help or answer my questions my employers will not respond to calls or messages anymore, the most they will do is get me in touch with work comp for... Read more »
She has been to a youth shelter twice in six months because he is mentally abusive. Can I file for emergency custody and which state do I file in? She wants to move back with me, hes only had custody for a year.
From what you've described, it sounds like the "home state" of your child is Oklahoma, so you could likely file in Oklahoma. I do not know or practice Kansas law, so you should contact a Kansas-licensed attorney to explore options of filing in the place where your current custody...Read more »
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