A guardianship of an incapacitated adult is possible however you will have to prove they are incapacitated and not capable of caring for themselves. Additionally they will have an opportunity to give their input at a hearing.
Technically, state law requires one signal their intention to turn right or left by signaling continuously during not less than the last one hundred (100) feet traveled by the vehicle before turning - if other traffic will be affected by such movement. Municipal ordinances may be worded a little...Read more »
The person had to take a plea deal of which plead no contest and currently is in classes with other sex offenders to modify and correct their behavior. The class booklet has made it so that this person cannot partake fully due to the plea of no contest, state of Oklahoma has the right to use any... Read more »
I also had another child since moving to Oklahoma and My fiancé had a case in NC we have done everything even a home study and approved fit stable loving environment Is there anything I can do I know I’m not aloud contact with them ether but my oldest Continues to reach out to me and i can’t... Read more »
If your rights were terminated and the child was adopted to another then it is very rare that you can get rights restored. There are a couple exceptions but those are extremely hard to prove and validate. As such the other parents have ultimate say over their child. Contact an adoption attorney to...Read more »
Unless the interest is held in a trust, corporation, LLC, or other entity requiring both of their signatures, your wife can sign the lease for her interest without her sister's signature. If her sister doesn't sign, the oil company can force pool the sister's interest in a force...Read more »
I’m a citizen of the Chickasaw nation. Charged with Misd. Possession of Controlled Substance. Evidence was sent to Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation’s lab to test the substance. My case is being heard in tribal court with my tribe, not the state of Oklahoma. Would OSBI’s results be valid in my... Read more »
This is a dangerous animal case. My neighbors dog charged under a fence and attacked my dog Can they legally bring the dangerous animal near me/my home? This happens so often that i missed the first court date because i was afraid leave my home to check the mail. What is considered witness... Read more »
In most instances victims of crime or witnesses who report crimes do not need an attorney. As a victim, assuming that’s the situation, you have an attorney already through the government, whether it’s a city prosecutor, an assistant district attorney, or a Assistant US attorney. But, It...Read more »
You would need to file a Motion to Modify custody and set it for hearing before the Judge. You should also file for emergency custody if the custodial parent is currently in jail. This can be complicated so I suggest you seek the services of an attorney.
My dad was diagnosed with dementia February 2020. I had been his POA since May 2019. my daughter, without me knowing, changed poa to her in February 2021 at the time he had senile dementia and Alzheimer's per his doctor. Would this be able to be revoked since the document he signed stated he... Read more »
There are more than one kind of power of attorney. Some POAs terminate instantly when someone becomes incapacitated or no longer competent because a power of attorney is predicated on the person granting the authority to make the decision as if it were themselves (in other words in their capacity)....Read more »
Decedent died in 2004, and all assets were held in a trust with no need to open probate. Unclaimed assets were later discovered and probate opened and closed in 2019. Reopened in 2022 due to representative not distributing all funds. Need Estate Created Date to obtain EIN.
Typically this will all be spelled out in his will. Also other factors would be considered such as was she officially adopted by him or not, is her mother still alive, etc… your best advice is to contact a probate attorney to assist you with determining the full extent of the rights with your...Read more »
If Roe v. Wade was overturned, would a state imposing penalties on an individual who had a legal abortion out of state violate the second clause of the second section of the Civil Rights Restoration Act?
"...Amends title IX... of the Education Amendments of 1972... to mean all of the... Read more »
Lender keeps harassing asking for ex to sign quick claims deed. Underwriter wouldn't approve 3 month forbearance stating I would be in default I have a 825 Cr score So I paid the 8k (3m payments) not to be in default. Still getting mail from lender in his name. Title Co and County said... Read more »
As stated, I own equity in a small company. My main question is what are my rights when it comes to knowing or getting ahold of the documentation of profits the company has made? How do I know I am getting paid the correct amount of equity? The total sales and money being made from the product has... Read more »
We don’t have enough information to give you an accurate answer. Title 21 of the Oklahoma statutes, section 51.1 is where you want to check. Your answer depends on how recent your prior felony convictions are and how many you have, and the date your last felony (ies) were completed.
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