Oklahoma Family Law for Men
How Do You Decide What’s Being Paid in Child Support?
The most important factor in that calculator, as in the thing that will change child support the most is overnights. Read more »
How Do You Build a Paternity Case to the Best of Your Advantage?
A good attorney will have a strategy. A good attorney will go over that strategy with you and then follow that strategy. Read more »
What Can You Expect When You Go into a Hearing?
You can expect to go into the courtroom. There will be other people there. They don't clear the courtroom out for your privacy unless you request it for a specific reason. Read more »
Can My Living Situation Potentially Affect My Custody Case?
When you go to court when you negotiate over custody arrangements, you want to make sure that your life is in order. Read more »
How to Have a Strong Position in Court
The best thing that you could do post-divorce is to find some way to communicate with your ex about what's best for your kids. Read more »
How to Use Evidence in Your Father's Rights Case
Evidence needs to be authenticated properly. An experienced attorney to help you sift through what could be useful, and what's not useful. Read more »
What to Do if Your Child Is Being Alienated Against You
False allegations shouldn't exclude you from having custody or visitation, equal custody or visitation with your children. Read more »
What Are Your Fathers Rights?
Father's rights are implicated pre-filing, during the filing, and during the case, and father's rights are implicated at the end of the case. Read more »
One Aspect of Child Support That Often Trips up Fathers
What I tell my clients is this is like deferred maintenance. It would be better for you to pay and then be told later you have overpaid. Read more »
Hire a Dads Attorney Who Will Fight for You
If you don't have an aggressive representation, then you probably don't have the right attorney. Read more »
Oklahoma Dad’s Rights: The Biggest Misconception Dad’s Have
The biggest misconception is that dads don't have the same rights as moms when it comes to their children, custody, and visitation. Read more »
What a Dad’s Rights Attorney Can Do for You
An experienced attorney should be able to integrate info, not only into the case but also to you, to help you guide your own behavior. Read more »
What Should You Do if You Have a Protective Order Filed Against You?
If faced with a PO, you need legal representation because, in Oklahoma, you cannot keep children on a protective order. Read more »
Do Oklahoma Fathers Have Any Rights?
In Oklahoma, when you're unmarried, the default is that the mother has sole legal custody until a court order is entered. Read more »
Oklahoma Divorce: What Most Attorneys Fail to Tell You
Experienced attorneys should be able to give you advice like this, and tell you what to do with it to strengthen your case. Read more »
How to Avoid Losing Custody of Your Children
One of the things that you can do to avoid losing your children in a custody battle is to make sure that you have your ducks in a row. Read more »
Can You Go to Jail for Not Paying Your Child Support?
You can spend up to six months in jail. You can be made to pay attorneys' fees if an action to enforce child support is brought against you. Read more »
How to Get More Time with Your Children
For your best chance of receiving more visitation time with your child, obey court orders, and be an upstanding citizen. Read more »
What Is a Guardian Ad Litem?
A GAL is a person appointed by the court to protect the best interests of a child pursuant to the provisions of Title 43. Read more »
Hiring a Parenting Coordinator: What You Must Know
A parenting coordinator is a third-party professional, and it is an attorney who will negotiate conflicts between you and the other parent. Read more »
How to Get Back on the Offense in Your Custody Battle
Look for all of those manic episodes and show the court exactly what's triggering her to act the way she is. Read more »
Can a Tulsa Father Get Full Custody of His Child?
Oklahoma courts are just as likely to grant full custody to a father now as to the mother. Read more »
Is Financial Disclosure Required for Divorce in Oklahoma?
Financial disclosure is fundamental to the divorce process and is required under Oklahoma law. Read more »
What is a Parenting Coordinator and When Do I Need One?
What is a Parenting Coordinator? If you are unfamiliar with the divorce process in Oklahoma, you may not have heard about parenting coordinators. A parenting coordinator can be assigned to cases in which communication is difficult because of the level of contentiousness in the divorce. One can also be assigned in cases in which it […] Read more »
What Are the Grounds for Emergency Custody in Oklahoma?
Most of the time, getting an emergency custody order is a function of a reported emergency situation that endangers a child. Read more »