Venue was transferred to family court in the county where paternity was pending. However judge who ordered the transfer in the same breath set a court date to be back in his court for a review hearing in 90 days. Family judge thought a full hearing and final order was already made due to that... Read more »
The mother of the child and I have an active divorce in process. However, my wife has practically absconded; she has several ongoing legal issues from a recent arrest and failure to pay a lease agreement. She has left our minor child in the care of the maternal grandmother without my consent or... Read more »
Okay he’s 20 And I’m in the dhs system but live with my grandma I want to know if there is anyway I can get consent from the person I’m staying with and a price of paper signed and legalized to state we are allowed to date and get rule and boundary so we don’t get into trouble we are not... Read more »
I'm not aware of any forms, but a form would not help you anyway. If you are trying to get joint custody in a paternity case, you are going to need an attorney. There are many excellent attorneys in your part of the state. Contact a few and hire the one you feel comfortable working with on...Read more »
When emergency protective order was made, the petitioner added special condition that once a week the defendant would receive a phone call from a restricted number to be able to speak with minor child. The petitioner has only called twice in a year.
I think your first step is to have an attorney review what you have. If there is no existing custody order, your next step should be to obtain an initial custody determination in the District Court. Then, that order can be enforced. Hire an attorney to help you get this done.
We had a temporary order put into place for a 2-2-3 schedule. After that was put into place my sons father stopped doing anything with the courts and it was recently closed due to inactivity. On OSCN it says count 1 and party as my name where it shows the judge closed the case. He is the one who... Read more »
You should consult with a family law attorney. Most will give a free consult and that may be all you need. However, it may require a little more than the consult in order to determine the relevant information in your case. There is a chance you have sole custody for now but that doesn’t mean it...Read more »
My fiance died last sunday,he has a wife but they been seperated gor about 4ish years she lives in another state. He has 4 kids the oldest bein 18,she graduated. We live in his parents home with me him and the kids,his mom and dad,and a brother his wife and 2 kids. The brother and wife brought... Read more »
You will need to hire an attorney to investigate all these issues. Hospitals are usually very stringent on the POA because a general POA normally does not include medical issues. Consult with an attorney sooner than later.
the victim made false allegations, omitted exculpatory evidence, and presented a materially altered protection order to a law enforcement officer to effect an arrest. The first chance Defendant talked to public defender he had him talk to the DA about the exculpatory evidence that negated their... Read more »
Most pro bono attorneys are referred cases that Legal Aid does not have time to handle.
There are very few resources for free legal services other than legal aid unless you are Native American. If you are Native American then you can contact the tribe to see if they have free legal...Read more »
At a final hearing for a protective order Judge didn't give defendant a chance to present a defense or challenge personnel jurisdiction for no service. Upon learning that there was a custody case pending involving same two parties an order transferring the continued emergency protective order... Read more »
Judges always combine the PO hearing with the pending family law case. Why did you show up to the hearing if you were not served? If you appear at the hearing you submit yourself to jurisdiction of the Court usually. The Judge will probably strike the 90 day review. They set review hearings so...Read more »
She’s always drunk and doing dope I don’t want to be around that’s anymore she takes off and leaves us at a hotel we’ve been homeless for about four months. I don’t want to be with her anymore she’s always in my face and pushes me she say she don’t care what happens to me she took my... Read more »
Unless there is a court order stating otherwise then it is still his son and he has rights. As far as the second part of your question in terminating his rights - there are two ways to terminate a parents rights and both require the role to be filled by another. 1) is a step parent adoption, or 2)...Read more »
My grandpa who was his dad said I could and if need to we could do a DNA test with me and him but it's a complicated situation because my dad died when I was seven and I have no records of him except pictures when I was little and he signed in as my dad when I was born but never put on my... Read more »
I do not practice in Oklahoma, but your question appeared in my email today. Most attorneys will talk to you for free to see if they can help you. I recommend doing a google search for "oklahoma name change attorney". This will give you the contact info for several attorneys that...Read more »
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