Prenuptial Agreements Oklahoma

prenuptial agreements

Prenuptial agreements are enforceable in Oklahoma. Given that fifty percent of all marriage end in divorce, having a properly drafted prenuptial agreement is prudent. Prenuptial agreements are also used for civil unions or any other long term agreements between people. A prenup is a contract. The contract is entered into prior to the final marital or civil union. A properly written prenup must meet…

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Tulsa Divorce Lawyers -Serving My Spouse The Divorce Petition

Serving My Spouse The Divorce Petition

Whats the process Serving My Spouse The Divorce petition is a question many people have. The divorce process is difficult enough without having to face procedural problems like service of process. Sometimes something as easy as serving the divorce petition can derail the case. If you serve it the wrong way you risk having the case dismissed forcing you to pay additional fees. Serving The…

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Am I Common Law Married in Oklahoma

Am I Common Law Married in Oklahoma is a valid question. Family law in Oklahoma recognizes common law marriage. Call our Family Lawyers today

Am I Common Law Married in Oklahoma is a valid question. The consequences of whether you’re married or not are far reaching. Not only are we responsible for the medical bills of our spouse we may owe them alimony in a separation as well. The truth of the matter is that if you’re common law married and want to separate you’ll need a divorce. …

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Tulsa Family Attorneys-Automatic Temporary Injunction-

AUTOMATIC TEMPORARY INJUNCTION ORDERS IN OKLAHOMA FAMILY COURT: When a divorce proceeding is filed in Tulsa Oklahoma, certain orders are automatically put into place by the Oklahoma Family Law Statutes. These automatic orders serve to help maintain a “status quo” until a formal temporary order can be entered by the Family Law Court in Oklahoma setting out child support, custody, visitation, alimony, property and…

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Family Lawyers, Child Custody Modification

My Child Wants to Live with Me: Does This Justify a Modification of Custody in Oklahoma? The process of developing custody orders in an Oklahoma divorce or paternity action focuses on the best interest of the child. There are many factors relevant to this analysis, but one that is commonly misunderstood is the role and weight given to the preferences of minor children. While…

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Tulsa Child Custody Attorneys-Visitation And Custody Rights

Why Custodial Parents Should Be Supportive of the Other Parentai??i??s Visitation in Oklahoma Because the Tulsa Oklahoma divorce process and other Oklahoma child custody disputes can have a detrimental impact on children, Oklahoma Family Law provides safeguards designed to protect children from the impact of custody and visitation disputes between parents.Oklahoma Family Courts use the best interest of the child standard as the test…

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Tulsa Family Lawyers-How Much Child Support Will I Have To Pay-

Child Support in Oklahoma-How Will Your Income Be Calculated for Child Support Purposes- When ever I sign up a new Paternity or Divorce case in Tulsa Oklahoma, more often than not I am asked what a person’s child support will be or what amount of child support they can expect to pay. The question, while seemingly simple, involves lots of separate individual pieces of…

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Oklahoma Deteminations Of Paternity

Determinations of Child Paternity in Oklahoma: What happens when a married couple separates, without getting a divorce, and the wife has child with another man? What happens if a couple has a child, but the husband finds out later that the child isn’t his? In these and similar situations, there is a presumption that the husband is the father. Under Oklahoma Law and the…

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Oklahoma Paternity and Child Custody

DNA Testing and Denying Paternity Taking a DNA, may seem like a simple way to determine the true paternity of a minor child. However, as previously discussed, there is a presumption of paternity in certain situations. A DNA test may not save you from having to pay child support or preventing an individual from having rights of visitation and custody of your child. The…

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Divorce Process in Oklahoma

How To File for Divorce in Oklahoma: Prior to filing for a Divorce or Dissolution of Marriage in Oklahoma, the individual seeking the divorce must meet the Oklahoma Residency Requirements. Those requirements are that either the individual seeking the divorce must have lived in Oklahoma for the past six (6) months and the County in which they want to file for the past thirty…

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