my girlfriend and her sister live with me 30 min across the city and her other family is going to get enrolled into city schools, can i enroll her and her sister into a different district?..or does the whole family have to be together in one district because they ALL are on probation for truency?... View More
Has a paternity test been conducted to determine that the child is not yours? File a motion with the court to modify child support. Without knowing more facts the best advice is to seek a family law attorney near you or search for legal clinics.
There was a second fire at the house Sept 10 this year. He bought a brand new generator to use at the house but when he seen how much the gas was costing he I feel forced me to go to Oklahoma with him where he has left me stranded. This is the rest of the questionAnd no money and he has taken me... View More
The house is in his name only but he kept money for my belongings paid by the insurance company back in 2017 from the first house fire when he knowingly left me sleeping and left and went to work knowing the house was smoldering. He paid the house off with my money. I'm unable to work and have... View More
Nowhere. He refused to get me the money and transportation I need and he dropped my insurance to liability only 4 days prior to the fire. The fire was undetermined on the cause. I think he had something to do with it because of prior threats.
If you already have a custody and visitation order you can enforce that order. If you don't have one, then it sounds like you need one. Contact directly a family law attorney in your local area and they will review all of the details of your case and explain the steps you need to take going...View More
The attorney will have this (or should) - and a consent has to be given in front of a judge who normally conducts adoptions. If you need assistance most of the members on here will give a free phone consult.
My son and the mother of his child have no custody/visitation agreement in place. My son was not aware that he was the father of this child for the first two years of the child's life. The child's mother listed another person as being the father on the child's birth certificate. When... View More
Grandparents rights are a moving target in Oklahoma and for the most part grandparents rights are those given by the parents of the child. If your son has no official rights established through the courts then you are just another person and not technically a grandparent (legally).
WOULD NOT THE CASE IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF MARTINDALE A ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT CASE BE THE SAME AS OKLAHOMA UNIFORM ADOPTION ACT? ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT OPINION STATES THE 1 YEAR STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS MUST BE STRICTLY APPLIED (FROM THE DATE THE DECREE WAS ISSUED) SO THAT AN ADOPTION... View More
Arkansas Supreme Court is authority over Arkansas state matters. Could it be used as persuasive in Oklahoma, maybe but it is by no means authoritative. The Oklahoma Uniform Adoption an act applies to Oklahoma adoptions. Your question is only going to be answered by getting with an attorney and...View More
If it is simply just a POA in which you grant power to someone, you simply can revoke that. However, this sounds more like a Guardianship. Due to the specifics in your case, you need to consult with an attorney rather than the reliance in a general forum such as this. Best of luck to you.
Typos are natural. It won’t get dismissed because of that, if you make it an issue the other party only has to resubmit it as an amended petition, but the petition is not the final decree, so it’s really not a major issue ‘normally’. You must answer the petition/summons within the allotted...View More
papers state I did not pay the debt (an amended return was declined because of it was filed to late because he would not sign the amendment) however it has all been paid as far as I know, I have all my tax returns but I'm not sure how to proceed, do I need to get a lawyer? can I just submit... View More
It is a good idea to immediately file your tax returns. If needed, you can obtain your income transcripts directly from the IRS so that you have a record of your income that was reported to the IRS from which you may start return preparation.
Yes, you will be considered legally married in Oklahoma even if you never turned in your marriage license. The marriage license is a record of your marriage, but it is not required for the marriage to be valid. However, it is important to turn in your marriage license as soon as possible after you...View More
we are discussing divorce we have already decided on a mutual agreement of assets (what little there is) all going to her and she offered to take full custody but wants zero child support a combination of reasons but mostly my career would not allow me to be the holder and visitation would be very... View More
In most situations you can deviate from the guidelines, especially if both sides have an attorney, or more specifically the one who would be affected more than the guidelines would reflect. In other words if the one receiving was getting less, if that person was represented, or if one was paying...View More
This is an Arkansas case and Arkansas law. You could ask an attorney in Arkansas how it affects adoptions within their state (or connected to their state if it is an ICPC adoption). However, in general it does not affect adoptions in Oklahoma, unless Arkansas is where the baby is born, because then...View More
In Oklahoma, the disposition of your mother's ashes, which were claimed by your stepfather after her passing in 2015, is typically determined by legal and familial considerations. If your mother had provided specific instructions for the disposition of her remains in a legal document, those...View More
The good news is the Judge, not the opposing attorney, decides what evidence will be admitted. With that said, you will likely need your own attorney who knows civil procedure and the rules of evidence to properly present your evidence.
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