You will need to ask this in the Arkansas forum. Getting an LLC here is not that complicated and I would assume Arkansas isn’t much different however you will need to ask an attorney licensed in Arkansas for the accurate answer.
My wife filed a petition for divorce. I’m being served papers tomorrow. My spouse’s father is telling me to meet him tomorrow morning with a notary to sign the papers. Do I need to sign them then or can I take them, read over them, and sign and get them notarized when I’m ready?
A notary is not needed to be served papers. You should NOT sign anything when being served. You should receive a copy of the summons as well as the petition. Then you have a little over two weeks to file your answer/response with the court. If you have any other questions then reach out to a family...Read more »
I agree with Pete. One other aspect is that even though it is state funded the state will want to collect some of that back if possible therefore that is calculated into the child support guidelines provided by the OKDHS-CSS.
Do I have any legitimate claim if it had been the understanding by all parties ? Sister has POA and mother is alive and we’re both aware of his wishes.but denying my receipt of the asset. What recourse do I have .
In a very vague answer, anything that is not specified in the will goes to the estate for distribution. If the RV is not listed anywhere, then the RV would pass to your mother as the surviving spouse due to it being marital property. There are always exceptions to the general rules and you should...Read more »
Both Pete and Brian are steering you correctly. There is no termination of parental rights in regards to child support. Likewise, just because termination of parental rights is done, does not relieve the party of providing support, until another party takes claim to the child (ie. adoption)....Read more »
Pete is correct. Your decree would be more of an integral piece than the agreement. Your decree will speak directly to this or should, which would in essence make the paper not hold up because it cannot supersede the order of the judge. However, if this was after the fact, or if the decree...Read more »
My sister and I were contacted by my bio dad's brother stating he died and we are next of kin. We have not seen him since we were 3 & 5yo (40 years ago). We were adopted 27 years ago by a man we have always considered our father. The last 8mo or so my bio dad has tried to make contact with... Read more »
In short, the answer is no. There are always extenuating factors that can be involved, but that would require you sitting down with a family law attorney and working through all the details. An adopted child can receive inheritance from the biological parents as well as the adoptive parents, so...Read more »
This question requires much more information to be answered with any degree of accuracy. However, while the age of consent is 16 in the state of Oklahoma, the age of majority is 18, therefore a 16 or 17 year old is still considered a minor. Furthermore, if you are basing this question solely on a...Read more »
Her mom hasn’t talked to her in 3 years and never paid child support. My step daughter recently told me she is scared her mom will find her because we moved to the town she lives in. And she said she doesn’t want to see her.
The child's age is not a controlling factor in the step-parent adoption. The controlling factor is the amount of time you have been married. So long as you have been married for more than 1 year, then you can file for the step-parent adoption. If the mother does not consent, then you would...Read more »
I am a Chief of Police in Oklahoma, and I came across a couple that someone wanted to file a complaint on, the husband dresses and acts like a baby, and the wife acts as his mother, at no time was any indecent exposure present, and nothing sexual was present, however they were at a public park and... Read more »
Chief, from a state level, it is my understanding, so long as it doesn't violate the lewd and indecent statute then two consenting adults can dress and play as they see fit - this is no different in the eyes of the law as cross-dressing. Key issue is as you stated NO time indecent exposure or...Read more »
Assuming that the property is purchased during the marriage then this is marital property and thus any sale of such property would be martial property as well. To be more specific contact a family law attorney as there are more than likely other facts that can sway how this question is actually...Read more »
That will most likely not help you any. The DPS system cannot have every make/model of car, especially the way auto-makers change models of their cars. A 150/250/350 usually is just getting entered in the computer as P/U anyway.
I let my daughter stay with my sister a few years back bc my life was a chaotic mess . Dhs was involved w my other kid & my sister told me that the worker said I wasn’t allowed to see her. Then she went and got guardianship. I never received any notice of court bc she sent it to an address... Read more »
There are specific notices that have to be given and if they sent it to your last known address then they most likely have met that obstacle (they are not responsible for keeping track of every place a person lives but the last known address, because in some cases, those people are bouncing around...Read more »
My husband is in the middle of a custody battle over his daughter. The mother of the child signed a document giving up her rights on her own accord in front of a notary. It was then filed with the court. At a pretrial hearing the judge dismissed it and helped her get a lawyer. Is this legal or did... Read more »
The document is an unenforceable document therefore the judge disregarding that is correct. In Oklahoma, there are 2 ways of giving up parental rights; 1) During a legal adoption proceeding where the parents voluntarily (or involuntarily in some cases) consent and give up their rights, or 2) DHS...Read more »
Man had passed out after drinking heavily at his girlfriends house. There was a party happening in the other room. Another girl was there that was obsessed with the victim. Man is in and out of consciousness with a female that has forced herself on top of him in the dark. Other partygoers bust in... Read more »
The paternity test done 11-12 years ago has sealed the fate of the father as the father, and therefore financially responsible as any father would be on him. The only option other than continuing to pay child support is to file for custody (or at least joint custody) and that would most likely...Read more »
In the majority of divorce proceedings there is an automatic temporary order. This prevents selling, disposing, destroying, etc.... any marital assets. Likewise, insurances must remain intact as well. Even with the temporary order in place a judge may give permission for one or the other party...Read more »
By default a child born of a marriage is presumed to be a child of that marriage, therefore any challenge to that has to be brought by a challenging party claiming to have rights. I assume based on your question your husband and the biological father are not one in the same. Therefore, even if...Read more »
Common Law marriage is a grey area in Oklahoma. If someone tells you that it doesn't exist, then they are wrong. It very much exists, just with some different terminology. There are some things that have to be shown to prove that a non-ceremonial union exist and there are many ways to...Read more »
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