Paternity Attorneys-Presumption of Paternity

Presumption of PaternityTulsa 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 Family Law and the Uniform…

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Child Preference in Oklahoma Child Custody

Child Preference and Modification of Custody Orders Contrary to their name, final orders such as Decrees of Paternity and Decrees of Divorce, are never truly “final orders”. When it comes to orders involving the legal custody, physical custody (visitation), and child support, these orders can be changed or modified until the minor child(ren) graduates high school. In Oklahoma, the case of Gibbons v. Gibbons,…

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