The family law attorneys at Naidu Law provide an overview of when child support obligations end in Oklahoma, including what might happen if you fall into arrears.
Naidu Law discusses how social media usage can adversely affect your divorce, paternity, or child custody case, and what you can do to protect your interests.
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Filing the Petition (OK STATUTE 43-105): The legal document that actually initiates a divorce is called a Petition, which is filed with the Court Clerk (COURTS AND CLERKS). The person
It’s December 2018 and what are we doing that a lot of people are doing this month? Well, besides the usual gift buying and holiday decorating? You got it, planning
So in June earlier this year (2018) I decided I was going to quit thinking about it and I was going to join a gym and make working out a
After I resolved the Ramey case by working out an agreement with the biological parent to establish custody and visitation, I was also able to work out custody and visitation
On July 18, 2014, “the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit struck down as unconstitutional Oklahoma Constitution Article 2, Section 35’s ban on same-sex marriage. Bishop v.
We have finally started our own Youtube channel and the plan is to work towards being able to post a video every day. We came up with a fabulous idea
Have you ever done something for so long that its like second nature to you, and then you tell someone what you do and they have no idea what it
In the family law forum it is well known that there are going to be those cases that never die, never go away and basically continue until the children become
“I want custody of my child” “I want custody of my grandkids, niece, nephew, friend of a friend’s kids…” We hear it all. The majority of the time, at the
Parental Rights: What does it mean to have them terminated and is there a difference between the State terminating parental rights and a voluntary relinquishment of parental rights? First, lets