Can You Appeal Family Court Decisions

Can You Appeal Family Court Decisions?

Yes, you can appeal a family court decision in Oklahoma or any state. When a person or family is considering an appeal from a family court decision, they are likely very frustrated with an outcome at the trial court level. In order to effectively initiate a family law court appeal,…

7 Ways Dads Can Stay Connected to Your Kids After Divorce

For many divorced fathers in Oklahoma, it can be unbearable to forgive your ex-wife for filing for divorce or taking actions that caused you to decide to file for divorce. However, it can be done and forgiving her is an important to step to improving the health of your relationship…

Child Custody in Oklahoma

How to Get Full Custody in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Divorce Attorneys Parents have a duty of care over their children. Custody remains a bone of contention among separating parents. Parents who wish to get full custody of their children must ask for it. However, the process may not be as simple as it sounds, especially if the…

Protecting Assets in Oklahoma Divorce

Divorce can be messy. In most cases, each of the parties involved wants to leave with as much as they can. This mindset can cause a lot of back and forth which ultimately slows down the progress of the case. One of the major areas of contention in divorce cases…

4 Ways To Save Your Retirement In Divorce

Sometimes, forever may last only a few years in marriage. When couples start to consider the topic of divorce, for any reason at all, it may signify the end of their “happily ever after” together. Divorce can be one of the most painful and most difficult situations you will ever…

50 Lessons from Oklahoma Divorce Attorneys

Facing divorce is a stressful process that can bring out the worse in people at times. Some people even use the divorce process as a means of seeking revenge or to punish a former spouse, whether it is by making the process as difficult as possible or attempting to take…

Resolving Holiday Custody Disputes in Oklahoma

Living by a visitation schedule is a difficult adjustment for recently separated parents and their children. During and after a divorce, it is crucial to develop a holiday custody schedule that allows reliability for children and parents. When parents establish an agreed holiday visitation schedule, both parents get to spend…

Oklahoma Divorce and Dividing Retirement Accounts in Divorce

Whenever we first meet with a potential new client that is facing imminent divorce, they often ask about division of property. Many people facing an Oklahoma divorce think of marital assets and ask “Does my spouse get half of everything?” This is an unfortunately common misconception about Oklahoma divorce law…