Moving Your Child Out Of State After Divorce

Relocating After a Final Oklahoma Divorce Decree Even though a final decree of divorce or paternity has been entered, as long as the child or children are under the age of 18 (and have yet to graduate high school), the provisions of child support, legal custody and visitation are never really finalized or exempt from the other parent bringing an order modification. Life circumstances…

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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 Oklahoma Divorce Lawyers-Can I Move My Children Out Of State After My Divorce

Relocation of a Parent with the Minor Children Life situations often change and these changes can have a drastic effect on an already established joint custody and visitation schedule in Oklahoma. One of these changes is when a parent in a Oklahoma divorce or a paternity action wants to relocate with the minor children to a different location or State. Oklahoma family law statutes…

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Family Lawyers in Tulsa Ok, Guardian Ad Litem.

What is a Guardian Ad Litem A Guardian Ad Litem (or GAL) is a family court appointed attorney that acts an as “arm” of the family court in Ok to investigate the parties of a Oklahoma divorce, paternity, guardianship or adoption matter, when custody and visitation are contested issues. . The GAL will make such investigations as they deem necessary to ascertain the facts,…

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