If the protective order was issued in the course of the divorce in that case and not filed in a separate protective order case filing with a different case number, the temporary orders in the divorce become null and void after the rendition of the decree of dissolution unless the protective order...Read more »
Fathers estate has 3 people that are not on mothers. When mother passes there will questions regarding the property and whonis goes to. Only myself and sster are on both estates. Father only payed 18 months or mortgage before divorcing mother and died owing substantial childsupport. Would court... Read more »
I would say that you need the services of an experienced family law practitioner licensed in the State of Oklahoma. That person should be able to handle most (if not all) of the issues that you're experiencing now.
If the divorce has been filed, there is an ATI (automatic temporary injunction) in place. You need to hire an attorney before doing anything to make sure you do not violate the ATI or anything else that could cause a problem.
There is nothing in Oklahoma law that is a permanent legal separation. If you or she has filed paperwork in Court asking for a legal separation, there is nothing in the law to prohibit you two with living together while legally separated. Legal separations are normally used by couples wanting an...Read more »
You cannot be married to two people at the same time. You can force your husband to appear for the final hearing in your divorce by setting it for a final hearing and giving him notice to appear on that date. If he doesn't appear, the Judge will grant your divorce by default. He doesn't have to...Read more »
While you are pregnant, your future-former husband is the presumed legal father of your unborn child, unfortunately. You may be able to still proceed with pursuing a default divorce decree to a point. This will almost certainly require the assistance of a licensed attorney who has experience in...Read more »
In Oklahoma, a real property, even if owned by a person who is married which was owned prior to marriage by one spouse or purchased after marriage but listed only in one spouses name, requires both spouses signatures on the deed conveying the property to another person to be valid. During a...Read more »
I want to take house due to non payment. Can i?? Will judge grant right of entry or to sign deed over due to non payment. He is renting house out and lives in Texas. If not I will foreclose on my lien which I know I can. All filings are in Oklahoma.
I'm not entirely certain what you mean by "divorce kit." However, if you're referring to filed out paperwork to file the divorce, do not sign those without having a licensed attorney first review them. Further, do not agree to or sign anything without first consulting with an attorney licensed to...Read more »
We have nothing to attach us no house no kids nothing we just want the divorce after the papers are signed will it be in and out when we see the judge? Also she went and got a divorce kit with papers and a CD! Seems sketchy to me what do you think of the kit?
Whatever you do, DO NOT use forms you find on the internet or documents prepared by anyone other than a licensed attorney. I have seen so many cases get really messed up over the years by people trying to do a divorce on their own that I recommend everyone get an attorney. If it is uncontested it...Read more »
She insists the Judge told her the divorce won't be granted unless they both attend this parenting class. He refuses to go. What remedy does she have to get the divorce finalized and get an order for child support? He gives her no money for the small kids (3 under age 4). She is not working and... Read more »
Starting with the divorce questions, yes, attending the Helping Children Cope with Divorce class is mandatory for both parents and is offered at Family and Children's Services. If she is receiving certain types of state services through DHS, she may be able to waive the fee for the class....Read more »
If you are legally separated and don't plan on getting divorced. Youngest child is 19 years old and still lives at home and my wife and I will be living together but want a legal separation indefinitely.
My husband's ex wife has three children (one of which is the daughter they share). The divorce is final. She is currently living with the father of the other two children; they're engaged. Is this legal? I know my husband was not aloud to live with me while we were dating.
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