I am not sure how to answer your question. In Oklahoma, There is no version of child abuse that is charged as a Misdemeanor. There is a statuary provision that allows the DA to reduce any felony down to a misdemeanor, but that statute does not apply to charges that are considered violent crimes...Read more »
Judicial review must generally be requested and ruled upon within the first 12 months of the date of sentencing without the approval of the District Attorney and within 60 months with the approval of the District Attorney. The exceptions that apply to the general rule above do not appear to apply...Read more »
The State can add anyone to their witness list. Being on the witness list does not necessarily mean they will testify. All to often people after being arrested will attempt to trade information and testimony for their freedom.
Not sure what you are asking? Anyone can be listed as a witness by the State. That doesn't mean they will actually testify. If you are referencing someone who was arrested and decides to provide testimony against his/her co-defendants, then that is usually dependent on who talks first and...Read more »
I financed a car through a car lot. I was one week and 3days late then got threatening text messages from the financier saying they were going to call the authorities if they did not receive a payment I paid them half on Friday (the day of the call) and they agreed to receive the other half Monday... Read more »
I would have to see your contract, but it appears as if they did not follow the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. They cannot threaten criminal charges, or negotiate in my opinion negotiate for further payment only to repossess. You need an attorney to look at the contract and then potentially...Read more »
I am going to assume by "own" you want to actually possess a firearm - whether in your home, your car, or on your person. With that, the answer is "No." You should contact an attorney in Kansas to see about obtaining a pardon in Kansas or if there are any other ways...Read more »
My mother passed away over a year ago. My father has refused to probate her will. I also have a half sister, from my moms first marriage. The estate is sizeable, and we assume that my father is trying to hide something or cut my sister out. We have confirmed the will has not been entered into the... Read more »
Yes, you can force the will to be probated. According to Section 21 of Title 58 of the Oklahoma statutes, “Every custodian of a will, within thirty days after receipt of information that the maker thereof is dead, must deliver the same to the district court having jurisdiction of the estate, or...Read more »
She is fixing to be 16. I lost my rights and my sister adopted her but now my sister wants to dump her off at job cor in Guthrie and my 16 wants to live with me. Can she decide to leave my sister house even though my sister is her legal guardian or can my sister just dump her off somewhere else... Read more »
As the adoptive parent, your sister has all of the rights. You daughter may claim emancipation, if she can demonstrate she can live on her own and manage her own finances. She also needs to show that it is in her best interest to no longer have a guardian.
I am POA for my best friend who is currently incarcerated in Oklahoma and trying to divorce his spouse. I have filed a divorce petition and served papers on his spouse for him. His spouse refuses to sign a waiver and insists she wants to appear in court. Though when served with notice of court... Read more »
If she has sole legal and physical custody there is very little reason to terminate his rights. If she has a new husband that wants to adopt the minor child, then you can request an AWOC (adoption without consent) hearing where the dad would have to demonstrate that he has made attempts to have a...Read more »
Her step dad is emotionally abusive to her. There are 6 children in the home two of them are my husbands children. His son wants to stay with his mother but daughter has been asking to live with us since age 5.
The first question is a hypothetical, which I can't answer since I don't know what the law will in May of 2023. The second question is that if the original home that was destroyed had your name on the deed, or was by financial equity of some kind marital property then you have a pretty...Read more »
Hire an attorney who handles Drug Trafficking cases and understands the 4th amendment search and seizure issues. Don't talk with police or investigators. These are complex arguments and and laws. If you have more questions feel free to give me a call.
1. You can transfer the house to your son and reserve a life estate for you and your wife. This strategy allows you to reserve the right to use and enjoy the property for the rest of your life and ensure your son receives it upon your deaths, without probate....Read more »
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