My 17 yo has runaway, I've contacted local authorities and filed a runaway report. I've been told by authorities that if they make contact with her they can not force her to return home if she refuses. If I make contact with her can I as her mother force her to come home? If not, what are... Read more »
my daughter lives with my cousin in another town because she is going to school there. They want to get her teeth fixed but in order for them to get her on their military insurance, she has to be part of their family so they want me to sign some kind of temporary parental control or something like... Read more »
Parental rights in Oklahoma are only terminated in connection with an adoption or for abuse/neglect in a deprived child action. If there is a guardianship where someone else has control of your kids that does not terminate your rights, but it can give that person the right to have possession of...Read more »
If you have a court order for visitation and she denies the court ordered visitation you can hire an attorney to enforce your visitation. The other option is if it is only one day of visitation that is at issue you could agree to a make up visitation day on one of her scheduled days. If it is...Read more »
I am in OK. My ex is in GA (where our divorce was, but he's in a different county). My oldest son went to live with him and I kept my youngest so we had new papers drawn up. The support order was calculated on both of our incomes of course but as mine was lower, the order only shows that he... Read more »
You can file in Oklahoma if you have lived in Oklahoma for the last six months and file in the county where you have lived the last 30 days. If the other party does not live in Oklahoma and does not agree to submit to Oklahoma jurisdiction then you could have a jurisdictional issue so meet with an...Read more »
I understand it’s calculated by his and her income and hers is just minimum wage since she doesn’t work, but she has multiple degrees from college she just wants everyone else to take care of her instead of being a provider. Then turns around and wants him to take their daughter Friday,... Read more »
My soon to be ex husband and I are in agreement on everything inside our house as far as who will get what. We have it on paper and are about to have it notarized. However, we just bought this house on 9/30/2020 and he is wanting to stay in the house. I do not mind if he does, I just don’t know... Read more »
I have my signed decree that states, "Support alimony payments shall only terminate if Petitioner remarries". My ex-wife informed me she has remarried effective 5 March 2020. I have paid the amount in full as required for March. When April rolls around do I require a court injunction... Read more »
When my child was 1, the mother of my child left the state without consulting an attorney and I haven’t been able to see my child in almost 4 years. We have had shared custody since my child was born. She is posting online about being under the influence, selling illegal drugs and blatantly... Read more »
There is not enough information here to know what is going on with this case. With that said, if there is a threat that children may be removed by the state the guardians and the parents each need to hire attorneys right now. It is always better to take action to try to prevent the removal than...Read more »
Family law cases are not as simple as filing out forms. Preparing the proper documents in only part of the equation. It is also critical to follow the appropriate procedure, local court rules, and fully understand the rules of evidence so any evidence can be properly presented and considered by...Read more »
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