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.
I lost both my parents in one year. I was not informed of my mothers passing until she had been dead three days. My sister proceeded to have me thrown off my parents property. She embezzled money from him and then when he thought he was making my first cousin power of attorney she filed a will... View More
In Oklahoma, if a child who is under the care of a foster family is involved in an auto accident, the parent who still retains parental rights may have the legal right to obtain the accident report. Typically, parents have the right to access information related to their child's well-being and...View More
If he has custody and the other parent is withholding the child, he needs to quickly take legal action to enforce the court order. The court can only help him if he is takes the proper steps to bring this matter to court.
If your friend's baby mama is not complying with the custody order, your friend may need to take legal action to enforce the order and ensure he can spend time with his child as outlined in the court-approved arrangement. This might involve going back to court and seeking enforcement of the...View More
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.
I agree with Mr. Louden - another potential aspect could be if there was a job history issue, and therefore the attorney is thinking more along the lines of having to argue for/against stable employment.
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
Technically, yes. It's not where the marriage takes place, but where the adultery takes place that matters. So, if adultery takes place in Oklahoma, then Oklahoma has jurisdiction to prosecute the crime of adultery under Oklahoma law. However, the statute which makes adultery a crime in...View More
Context and details are always critical, so I think an attorney would need to first know the specific situation you are referring to in order to know whether or not there might be a duty to do, or not do something.
If you have a specific situation, contact an attorney directly (don't...View More
I don't know where to find or how to draft. Unable to retain lawyer. But judge isn't following proper procedures, opposing counsel allowed to make hearings without motions per decree. Contempt motions. Motion for refused drug test to show as positive. And more..but where do I find these?... View More
It is unfortunate that you feel the judge is ignoring procedure and the opposing party is getting away with things you do not agree with. You will not find any such forms here. This is a forum to get general answers to questions. I am not sure why you are unable to retain an attorney, but if you...View More
children were placed in the care of my girlfriends sister and brother in law my girlfriend and i had the same criminal lawyer but he stood in for both sides in our child case so was with us and against us? is that a conflict of interest which should result in a reversal of guardianship
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
The actual law regarding the parent-child bond can vary depending on the jurisdiction and specific circumstances. In general, the law recognizes the importance of maintaining a strong bond between parents and their children. If your oldest child is missing and in the custody of ICW (Indian Child...View More
This is dependent on previous court orders. If the Oklahoma court has established jurisdiction over the child then Oklahoma calculations would be used. Likewise for Texas. If there is not orders in place then you would use the resident state of the child, because that state has more of an interest...View More
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