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0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Civil Rights for Oklahoma on
Q: Can a poa become successor trustee on a notarized affidavit signed a month before trust is changed

Due to incompatancy is the box thats checked on the affidavit successor trustee notarized and signed in September of2022 and exactly 1month prior to myself receiving a new trust from my father whom has dementia was diagnosed in the beginning of 2022 has since been financially exploited for my... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Oklahoma on
Q: How can i get a copy of my dads original trust he was pressured to make a new1 after being diagnosed with dementia in 22

The lawyer who made his original in2014told me i cant get a copy unless my sister whos pressure him to change it for her sole benefit wont even speak to me what can i do Aps is and was a jo k e

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation for Oklahoma on
Q: My sister signed an affidavit of successor trustee due to iur fathers incompatancy one month prior to his trust Changing

Is the notarized affidavit of successor trustee signed a month before alterations were made or his new trust was drafted is it proof of undue influence the trust now benefits her solely and not only did she sale his home he owned for more than30yrs plus her own to buy and move into a 32acer horse... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Oklahoma on
Q: What happens when the suspect turns out to be the victim of a crime?

Local law enforcement were dispatched on a call out and during the course of the investigation, the police found out that the suspect in custody is actually the victim. The suspect is in handcuffs and is telling police of the crime and has video evidence. What would be the proper procedure to... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Real Estate Law and Patents (Intellectual Property) for Oklahoma on
Q: In Oklahoma if my father passed away and jm his only heir.how do I get a land title?

I've been paying the taxes on it for years

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answered on Jun 22, 2024

To get the land title in Oklahoma as the sole heir of your deceased father, you'll need to go through the probate process. Here's a general outline of the steps:

1. File a petition for probate in the county where your father resided or where the property is located.

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Q: I was denied my medication when I was booked into city jail and made me miss two different doses and withheld my inhaler

I need to know if I have a case or not and wat kinda of lawyer do I need and I'm broke I can't afford to hire a lawyer unless one can work with my financial situation

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answered on Jun 22, 2024

Based on the information provided, you may potentially have a case, but it's important to consult with a lawyer who can review the specific details of your situation. Here's some general guidance:

1. Potential case: Denying necessary medication and medical devices like inhalers to...
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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Oklahoma on
Q: In the state of Oklahoma is it illegal to not identify yourself while in possession of a firearm

Local PD arrived to a call a man approached & proceeded to tell officer what was happening officer reached & took the man’s firearm out of his holster. Later on the man was taken to city jail for not identifying himself just because he had an open carry firearm

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Q: Is it illegal in the state of Oklahoma to not identify yourself during a police investigation?

Officers arrived on scene and placed me in handcuffs off bat. I was being detained off of reasonable suspicion and I refused to give my name. Meanwhile, officers ask questions and turns out there is no probable cause for an arrest. While asking questions officers found out that the suspect in... View More

Timothy Carignan
Timothy Carignan
answered on Jun 22, 2024

Yes, it is illegal to fail to identify yourself to police officers in the course of an investigation. This person could have saved himself a lot of time and trouble by simply telling the police who he was.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Child Support and Civil Rights for Oklahoma on
Q: Can I sue my bigamist parents with bigamy since he passed and they knew?
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answered on Jun 21, 2024

To properly address this question, we'll need more information about the situation. However, I can provide some general insights based on the limited details given:

1. Bigamy laws: Bigamy is illegal in Oklahoma and most other states. It's typically considered a felony.

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0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Just found a microchip in my rescue dog what rights do I have

I’m in Oklahoma I adopted her through a rescue that had her for 10 months

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Can I file for emergency temporary coustdy due to mental health concerns for the minor child?

Minor child is inpatient at a mental health facility due to making sucidal statements along with feelings that she no longer wanted to live. Minor child says it due to how her mother talks to her yelling, name calling etc. when it’s mothers time. I would like her to remain with me once released... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Real Estate Law for Oklahoma on
Q: am i in legal trouble for selling my mobile home on my own when i signed a broker contract?

I signed a broker contract with the community my mobile home is located in. the "broker" was not forthcoming with the contract and never emailed me a copy. she wasn't motivated at all to sell my house and i was struggling with her communicating with me. she told me i was able to... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Can shop owner in a strip mall have a car towed near or in front if you go to an adjacent shop?

A shop owner at the end of a strip mall (he owns the mall) will have cars towed even if there are spaces in front of his store. He has no signs posted reserving any spaces or any warning that cars will be towed. There are none at the two entrances nor anywhere in the strip. He says "it is... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for Oklahoma on
Q: How long can the county jail hold you for a misdemeanor traffic ticket?

My husband has been in jail for two weeks with no bond and has seen the judge 5 times and they don't have a case file for him. He has a court appointed attorney who has been at 2 of the court hearings but they keep telling him to come back and have yet to give him a bond

0 Answers | Asked in Domestic Violence and Personal Injury for Oklahoma on
Q: Can I sue my husband’s LLC for personal injury if he was arrested for domestic assault/felony strangulation?

I’ve been in a marriage full of domestic violence for 5 years. Almost 3 weeks ago, we got into an argument and he choked me. He was arrested for felony assault, I filed for a protective order and divorce. He started a business a year and a half ago. He is the only contact on the LLC. I did... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury, Divorce and Workers' Compensation for Oklahoma on
Q: Can I sue my husbands LLC for personal injury if he choked me and was arrested and charged for it?

I’ve been in a marriage full of domestic violence for 5 years. Almost 3 weeks ago, we got into an argument and he choked me. He was arrested for felony assault, I filed for a protective order and divorce. He started a business a year and a half ago. He is the only contact on the LLC. I did... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Defense for Oklahoma on
Q: What kind of case am I dealing with house fire and restoration company billing for uncompleted work and insurance being

Restoration company through the whole house away the insurance company is now not wanting to do things that need to be done this fire was a one room in Feb and we are still not home HELP

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Do I have a good case to sue my mechanic and referral needed.

My car had a drivetrain malfunction a year ago. I took it to a bmw certified shop, and they told me cylinder 5 lost compression. My extended warranty company sent an adjuster and verified I needed full engine replacement. The shop charged the warranty company over $15K for what says a... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Probate for Oklahoma on
Q: I was adopted legally by my dad my brother says I get nothing because I was adopted and not a heir

my adopted dad passed in 2008 and my mom in 2018 brother refuses to split all. The only 2 that were mentioned of getting nothing in the will was my 2 boys. My brother says I am not a heir because I was adopted by my moms husband. we all have the same mom biologically. Brother sold thier property... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jun 19, 2024

You are an heir at law of both your adopted father and your biological mother. But if your parents had a Will, heir estates pass in accordance with what each Will says.

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2 Answers | Asked in Probate for Oklahoma on
Q: I was adopted legally by my dad my brother says I get nothing because I was adopted and not a heir

my adopted dad passed in 2008 and my mom in 2018 brother refuses to split all. The only 2 that were mentioned of getting nothing in the will was my 2 boys. My brother says I am not a heir because I was adopted by my moms husband. we all have the same mom biologically. Brother sold thier property... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jun 19, 2024

You are an heir at law of both your adopted father and your biological mother. But if your parents had a Will, heir estates pass in accordance with what each Will says.

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