You have a duty to respond. Always show up to court. Without getting long winded, without an attorney, you will be taken advantage of by your spouses attorney. If you are in Tulsa, call us and we will see if we can help. 918-884-7791 Boeheim Freeman Law.
You must give the opposing party some notice (usually a couple of hours is the standard) prior to presenting the Judge with an Ex Parte emergency order. Even though I have shown up for my client in these situations, there is no statutory requirement that the Judge must listen to argument. There...Read more »
There is no formal petition to terminate a guardianship. A motion must be filed along with an order for hearing which must be served upon the guardian to terminate the guardianship. The reason and purpose that the guardianship was created for on the ward must be shown at that hearing as having been...Read more »
He doesn’t want to pay more child support but wants to do what the kids wants and they want to be with me. How can I change this? He makes twice as much money and I take a low job to keep the kids on the schedule which is benifical to him as no daycare is needed. The kids vary rarely even stay... Read more »
You have not said if this is a joint custody case or you have sole custody. You need to hire an attorney to file a motion to modify the Decree requesting a change in custody to full custody or if you already have that then request a modification of the visitation and child support.
The back child support shouldn't have any impact. The issue really is whether there is a material change in circumstances. If the kids are having problems in school or struggling at home and they would be wiling to tell the judge that, then you have some grounds for a modification, but there are...Read more »
I am sorry, but I am not certain what type of template you are requesting? Over and over again, I see people who attempt to file petitions themselves and not only do they spend an enormous amount of time doing it, but the stress ends up being far more than anyone should have to deal with. Also,...Read more »
If you have custody, you can always file a writ of habeas or writ of assistance. There is a specific way to do that for out of State writs. With that said, there may be a challenge since it has been 4 years.
Clean 100% and she passed her tests. Also she is pregnant.. horrible situation turned worse. We want to help her and she is coming to live with us. Us being my husband and i, he is her brother.. She is due next month. Dhs wants to take this baby too... because her boyfriend is still on durgs. But... Read more »
DHS is a funny agency in that it sometimes all depends not the case worker you have. There is a big difference between having your child removed based on a deprived action and having your parental rights terminated. If she is working a plan after a deprived adjudication or waiver, then it makes...Read more »
There are some actions you can consolidate if the parties to the action are the same, the claims arise substantially out of the same events/circumstances, and the statutes allow for it. You should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
I'm not sure what article you're referring to or what Court Order is being "re-done" based upon the information you provided. It is hard to answer your question specifically with this info. However, I would always suggest that you never agree to anything, or sign anything without have a lawyer...Read more »
If your wife takes the kids away and denies you your visitation, and you have a Court Order in place that memorializes your visitation schedule, you can apply to the Court to have her held in contempt of that Court Order. If she is found guilty of contempt, the Judge may impose fines that could...Read more »
An emergency custody order should be set for hearing within ten days under OK law. I recommend hiring an attorney well-versed in family law in Oklahoma and appear at the hearing to provide evidence in support of your position.
My S/O is listed on his daughter birth cert and signed an Acknoqldegment of paternity when she was born. he pays child support religiously, has her on his insurance and when he asks if he can see his daughter, her mother always says no, she has plans or makes conditions. We cannot afford a lawyer,... Read more »
It is possible if your Dad agrees to let you live with your Mom. However, if you Dad has custody and does not agree, your Mom is going to have seek a change of custody and that will require Court intervention. If your Mom is serious about doing that, she will need to seek the advise of a family...Read more »
Her blood sugar bottoms out a lot, the sky rockets to the 3-400' s. We her dad and I have her on school breaks we keep it under control with diet. She was diagnosed in September 2015 and still don't have a lot of knowledge about it. She has told us that the her mother told her not to listen to the... Read more »
You may have a case for a custody modification. It sounds like the best interest of the child is going to be in your care and custody if her Mom is truly not making any efforts to control her diabetes. Also, any Judge would likely agree that it is dangerous to not listen to medical...Read more »
Its alot of different stuff even the judge is being unfair and I feel like my lawyer I paid is not doing anything these people got my kids and I have done everything my kids are not good there can someone please get ahold of me I really need help
I would encourage you to speak with your lawyer directly first. See if you and your lawyer can come to some understanding regarding expectations, whether those expectations are reasonable, and what it will take to meet or exceed those expectations. It is not always a good idea to change horses...Read more »
I am I a custody case with absentee father. He wants joint custody now he was going to be forced to pay child support. He never had asked for her snf or bought anything. He currently I'd threatening me, calling g all state agencies trying to hinder me in any way he can. What can I do?
What you need to do depends on the type and level of harassment and threats. They may rise to the level of needing an Order of Protection against him. If nothing else, the evidence of harassment and threats may be used in your custody case against him; it doesn't sound like joint custody is going...Read more »
First, in Oklahoma a step-parent adoption requires you be married to the child’s parent for one (1) year. Second, you have to meet the qualifications set out in the law, mainly dealing with criminal history. Third, If the child is over twelve (12), they would have to consent. If these...Read more »
Hi. My husbands daughter is 14. About two years ago, we went to court the first time to get full custody. We ended up settling in an agreement with her mother and getting joint custody. But now my stepdaughter is refusing to come home to our house, I think her mom may be brain washing her, she has... Read more »
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