Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer There are no exceptions. If you “married” a person who was still legally married to someone else your marriage is void by law. Once the person you married has been divorced for a period of 6 months your marriage will be valid (day 181 is when your marriage legally starts)
Doak Willis' answer District attorneys rarely if ever file charges against folks for adultery in Oklahoma. You should hire an attorney and have him/her file a petition for dissolution. Your case appears to be a simple matter and a good attorney can guide you through the process thus easing your concerns about your past acts.
not the bank. You can file contempt against your ex if she has willfully violated an order if the court. If found guilty she can be ordered to pay your attorney fees and in some extreme cases even be sentenced to jail.
Doak Willis' answer A common law marriage in Oklahoma is a legal marriage just as much as one where a marriage license is procured and then the parties have a traditional marriage before a Judge or other clergy. There is no superseding. In case of divorce or as termed now dissolution, the Court will divide the marital assets and obligations of the parties equitably.
Doak Willis' answer The child's parents are responsible for the medical and dental bills for their child. If divorced, the child support guidelines are used to determine the percentages and amounts that the parents are to be responsible for when the child incurs charges.
Kelli Y Allen's answer I'm not sure of your questions, but as long as you are permanent residents, you don't need to worry about an immigration issue. You may want to consider applying for naturalization.
Doak Willis' answer As long as your petition meets all the requirements for a divorce petition to be filed in Oklahoma County and in Oklahoma, it doesn't matter if it was filed under the family and domestic divorce with minor children. You will want to contact the Clerk's office and advise them so it can be set on the other docket without children.
Doak Willis' answer If you have been a resident of the State of Oklahoma for six months preceding the filing of your petition in Court and a resident of the County where the filing takes place for thirty days prior to filing, you can legally file and get a divorce even if your husband no loner lives in Oklahoma.
Pete David Louden's answer To get a divorce all you have to prove is that one of you wants a divorce. To give you an opinion on your odds of custody an attorney would need to know all of the facts of your case. Contact an attorney to discuss your situation and they will be able to explain your options. Pete D. Louden www.nornanlaw.com
Reece B. Morrel Jr's answer I have worked on several of these cases in the past. Usually, the Judges do a fairly good job of making their instructions clear. If not, the Judge gets to see the case again. Not something they are anxious to do.
If it is not clear, I would have your wife's lawyer contact the ex-husband's lawyer to 1.) clarify or 2.) agree to a schedule. If the ex-husband fails to cooperate and insists on claiming the son every year, then it may be worthwhile to have a conversation with your wife's...
Pete David Louden's answer There is not enough info here to sort this out. To get a reliable answer, gather all your documents and meet with an attorney. Once the attorney has a handle on the status of your case they will be able to answer your questions.
Pete David Louden's answer You are entitled to all records concerning the child. The problem you have described happens all the time. The good news is that there is a solution. Simple solution is hire an attorney to modify your existing court orders to include language that addresses this issue.
Richard Winblad's answer You should visit an attorney in your area to determine if the lien is filed with the recorder of deeds and that it is still valid. You may need to foreclose or file a claim in the probate case if one is filed.
Pete David Louden's answer A notorized agreement is not the same as an order of the court. Your attorney will prepare your agreement in the form of a court order, present to the court for approval, and then file.
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