Sat. 9/16/23 in Pryor Ok. My adult son is divorced from Shande, who is a custodial parent and my son has visitation rights. Shande is sick due to alcoholism and has been hospitalized 3 times since Dec. All last week my son had Gunner his 9-year-old. The Mother was sick and unable to care for... View More
Research the particular law (statute) to find a recent case in which an appellate court in your jurisdiction ruled that the law remains valid and enforceable. Focus most closely on cases within the last 20 years or so. I would use LEXIS or WESTLAW.
I was 17 at time of marriage (mother signed consent) and husband was 21. Husband was hurt at work resulted in him having double knee surgery. I dropped out of high school to stay home for his care. Husband became an addict to prescription pills and habitual drunk. We have not lived as husband and... View More
If the children were born during the marriage, the husband is considered the legal father. If the husband is not the biological father, then this will need to be addressed in the divorce and there is a procedure to resolve this issue. You will need an attorney to make sure this is done properly....View More
In Oklahoma, divorce laws can vary, and the impact of moving in with a new partner while going through a divorce could potentially affect matters like child custody, property division, and spousal support.
If you and your spouse have children, moving in with a new partner could potentially...View More
The only reason I can think of might be to minimize exposure for child support or possibly support alimony. With that said, I would go to the source and ask the attorney who made that suggestion to explain their strategy and then you will know for sure.
Technically it is still a state statute making it a felony. However, it has been rarely enforced since the 1960s. With the texas case of Lawrence it has become even more challenging because it’s a privacy issue between two consenting adults. Even though that case was a sodomy case between same...View More
She is saying she filed and has received service papers with a court date but I was never served. I don’t know if she is lying about filing. I have had custody with her having every other weekend and holidays. I receive a little child support from her monthly per court order after our divorce.... View More
It's not a form, it's a procedure that will need to be followed to give notice by publication, and it must be approved by the court. Schedule a consultation with a family law attorney in your local area and they will be able to help you.
my ex is an attorney in the court that we were divorced in. He is well known in the county and state that the divorce took place in. Im unable to pay for an attorney nor have i been able to get help from legal aid in this matter. I live in missouri now and I want the divorce court to be move to... View More
There is no law that allows a divorce court or case to be transferred from one state to another. Each state has its own divorce courts. Once a divorce case has been properly began in one state, that state retains jurisdiction through the entry of the final decree. It sounds to me from your...View More
I've searched public records to see if there is any kind of divorce decree or even a filing of a petition for either marriage licenses, and i am not seeing anything of the sort. This individual was never Common Law married. I read the public filing of both marriage licensing that was filed,... View More
I received a lump sum of Oklahoma pandemic unemployment insurance money a month after my husband filed divorce. It’s in an unknown account & he does not know about it. It was from 2020 and they just now paid it out 3 years later. We decided it was more beneficial I stay home with our baby... View More
Your question is a technical one. If you divorce has not been finalized then more often than not this will be viewed as marital income and would be subject to splitting. Intentional hiding of money is a major issue that should be avoided. Based on your other facts there may be a way around this...View More
The non custodial has been absent since 2017 and paid child support only one time in dec 2020 is my wife able to adopt my daughter? The non custodial parent lost her rights in court and has failed to cover her part of support and has had little to no contact over the last 6 years.
Step parent adoptions are very common and to answer your question, and based on your given facts, probably yes. There are some avenues we often pursue to get that permitted through the courts. This is not something you will want to do on your own if you suspect resistance. Contact an adoption...View More
Rules vary for criminal and civil appeals and there are further differences within civil appeals based on the type of case and the type of order you are appealing from. But the general rule is that the record must be completed within six months of the date of the order appealed. And the brief in...View More
She gave me papers about a Temporary Order and a court date hearing. At this point, I'm unable to afford representation in my behalf. How do I respond to the papers handed to me? Do I go to the court hearing date? What is the procedure and process to that?
We signed a divorce decree >30 days ago , In District Court - Oklahoma City. I was intimidated, my attorney yelled! I would have to pay her $2000 more if she had to take this to trial ! Then she yelled I won't represent u at a trial! ( I've paid her using loans from my adult... View More
34yrs married, mental harassment to go get divorce, during the year and a half of going thru this, on top of kids and I doing repairs,painting, etc. to home to be put up for sale, and the deaths of my brother, my ids Sad and finally my Son. He has sold of assets, moved money around and other... View More
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