I would like to assist you, however it is difficult to provide you with an answer without more details. If you are referring to terminating your parental rights, it should never be done without careful consideration. Before you do anything, it is extremely important to contact an attorney as soon...Read more »
I have sole custody of my child. My son was in my care. I dropped him for IEP testing for school. When I returned, he was gone. He claimed to have thoughts of self harm and Dr called his father and police. Father admitted him to inpatient psych without my consent. No one, dr, police, father, did... Read more »
Parent’s are still required by law to pay child support even after a parent’s rights are terminated. A parent is relieved of any further child support obligation upon the court receipt of a final decree of adoption. A parent would always be required to pay the back child support, pursuant to a...Read more »
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 »
This guy has broke into my truck and shed and robbed me of tools. Stole a scooter and tow cable at a different time and admitted on text. Caught him on camera and the officer knows who it is. I showed the video to peope and everyone knows who it is but the police never even investigated... Read more »
Obviously, we would like to have the police take this more seriously and to investigate more thoroughly, but that doesn't seem to be happening. One possibility is to go to the county sheriff instead of the city PD. Another possibility is to file a civil suit for damages and file a protective...Read more »
I the trust was terminated in 2012, the trustee should have transferred the real property by deed back to the grantor or to the beneficiaries depending why the trust was terminated. Not sure what the contested issue is? Sounds more like a claim for quiet title. Give us a call and we'll try to...Read more »
and pays the mortgage. I am his and my mothers only child and my mother had 2 children before they married, we want dad to have the house so he can do what he wants with it. What do we need to do? Quick claim deed? Probate?
A criminal case may be dismissed at any time. Normally, they won't file to just turn around and dismiss. The overnight incarceration doesn't normally have anything to do with the dismissal. There seems to be more to this question. If you would like to discuss it further, please feel free to...Read more »
I have already provided copies of all our income, including bank statements for both our checking and savings accounts, copies of our Social Security allotments, and current copies of all our monthly checks from our retirement and financial investments for IRAs, etc.
An Oklahoma attorney could answer you best, as insurance practices are governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, if someone is paying full fare for insurance coverage, they shouldn't have to disclose personal financial information. If their plan is...Read more »
I need to know the best way to save my producing wells which is my only income from getting shut down by Oklahoma Corporation Commission because they are making me clean up a huge salt water mess. I have proof my leak could not have caused the amount of contamination that has been found. My leak... Read more »
I have been with no air all summer, do have window units but its now winter and I have 2 dogs that stays inside. there is no heat provided at all. The air ducts and installation is still not installed and its been like that since May 2019. At time of the lease signing everything was working.
You must contact the landlord in writing notifying him/her of the problem.Title 41 section 121 of the Oklahoma statutes can be read by you but says the following. C. Except as otherwise provided in this act, if, contrary to the rental agreement or Section 18 of this act, the landlord willfully or...Read more »
Just because a parent is too hard on a child is not sufficient grounds to emancipate a child. There are statutory prerequisites that must be met before a petition can be filed on behalf of a child for emancipation. You need to hire an attorney to speak to him/her about the requirements and have...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 »
the father is being treated as if his rights have been terminated, based on false info from the mother, who has failed to comply with the courts & has been unconfronted by the courts for non compliance. meanwhile, father is denied visitation etc. **this is for oklahoma not new mexico**
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.
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