Naidu Law explains how spouses’ property gets split up in divorce, and highlights the difference between marital and separate property.
Naidu Law explains how you can obtain alimony (spousal support) and child support payments from your ex in Oklahoma.
The family law attorneys at Naidu Law go over ten signs that your marriage might be on the rocks and that divorce or separation is looming.
Naidu Law discusses how you can help your children get through your legal separation or divorce from their other parent, and how you can protect your relationships with your children.
An overview of parental alienation and what you could do if you feel that the other parent’s actions threaten your rights to your children.
Naidu Law discusses how prenuptial agreements can protect your property and rights upon divorce, and what you could do if you are thinking of getting one in advance of your marriage.
The family law attorneys at Naidu Law discuss ten key reasons why it can make sense for you to move forward with a do-it-yourself divorce in Oklahoma.
Naidu Law discusses the positive side of divorce or separation as it relates to the overall wellbeing of your children, and what you can do if you are contemplating a divorce.
Naidu Law provides 10 key reasons why you should not try to get divorced in Oklahoma without first consulting an experienced family law attorney.
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.
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
“Divorce does not always damage children. But when children are caught in the crossfire of their parents’ hostility, it usually does. It hurts just to stand on the sidelines and