She recently separated from the bio dad who gave them to bio dads grandma. Bio grandma sees we never divorced and has filed child support against me instead of her son. Oklahoma support is trying to serve me papers to appear for a support order even though the bio grandma is the fathers mother and... Read more »
If you were married to bio mom when she had the child(ren), under Oklahoma law you are presumed to be the father. This presumption can be overcome by a DNA test, but you will need to request same. You indicate you "signed a notarized paper for the mom from hospitals each time she popped another one...Read more »
Marijuana. I bonded out with $500 and go back to court on October 4th and I'm just wondering if I can get someone to represent me from Tulsa to go to Pawhuska or if I can get the court closer because I don't have reliable transportation
It is not possible to change courts. You can find lawyers on Justia or you can visit the Oklahoma Bar Association website to find a lawyer. Lawyers are not able to contact you directly on Justia but you can call or message any lawyer that you wish to speak with.
If criminal charges were not brought at the time this occurred you are probably ok, but there is no guarantee. You can be held liable for the criminal action for up to 12 years after the discovery of the crime.
If this involved real property in which the "probate estate" had an interest, then you should have either consented or been notified. Locate an attorney in the county where the probate occurred to check out your options.
the ADA has threatened my daughter on several occasions through her court proceedings. He threatened to file the higher charge if we force the case to trial. The forced her by threatening to file a higher charge if she plead no contest. I trying to see if it is official oppression, coercion. Or if... Read more »
Unfortunately, this happens frequently, and this is legal. While I personally believe that this type of practice is unethical, it does not violate any rules or laws. The best thing that you can do is work with your daughter’s attorney so that she can make a fully informed decision.
The police can arrest you for anything. The prosecutor’s office then determines the charges that will be filed against you. You need to hire an attorney to represent you to get these charges dismissed.
My grandmother has an irrevocable trust, she is the Trustor and Primary Beneficiary. My mother is the Trustee. My grandmother has over 50k in credit card debt. My mother is an authorized user on some of the credit cards but she is not a co-signer or co-owner of any of them. When they created the... Read more »
There is no way to answer your question without reviewing the trust and also investigating other facts, like what her balance sheet looked like when the trust was created. Your best bet is to invest in a consultation with an experienced probate attorney.
My S/O is listed on his daughter birth cert and signed an Acknoqldegment of paternity when she was born. he pays child support religiously, has her on his insurance and when he asks if he can see his daughter, her mother always says no, she has plans or makes conditions. We cannot afford a lawyer,... Read more »
Yes you may have a case. You need to show that the jail was aware of your medical needs, or it was otherwise obvious, and the jail was indifferent to this need. You must also show the lack of care was the cause of the miscarriage.
You need to hire an attorney with experience in civil...Read more »
It is possible if your Dad agrees to let you live with your Mom. However, if you Dad has custody and does not agree, your Mom is going to have seek a change of custody and that will require Court intervention. If your Mom is serious about doing that, she will need to seek the advise of a family...Read more »
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