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Can You Change Your Visitation Schedule?

Visitation schedules are mandated by a court as part of a child custody order. A visitation schedule can always be modified by agreement of the parents. If one parent will not agree to a change, however, the other parent may ask the court to intervene. Until recently, to have a court change a visitation schedule, Read More

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How a Domestic Violence Allegation Can Affect the Outcome of Your Divorce

In some situations, violence in the home can not only affect the relationship between family members, but it can lead to adverse decisions in a divorce proceeding. An allegation of domestic violence can affect the court’s decision about the division of marital property.  Marital property is to be divided between the spouses in an equitable, Read More

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Can Paternity Be Presumed if You Aren’t Married?

Sometimes the law presumes the paternity of a child, meaning that the state accepts the identity of the father without any need for filing documents or confirming through DNA testing. In Oklahoma, there are certain situations in which a man will be presumed to be the father of a child. If none of these situations Read More

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What if You Can’t Afford Your Child Support Payments Anymore?

At the time your child support amount was decided, the court felt that it was a reasonable amount that you would be able to pay. However, circumstances can change, and you may become unable to keep up with your child support payments. Maybe you’ve lost your job or have experienced other extreme financial hardships like Read More

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Can You Still File for Divorce if Your Spouse Has Already Moved Out of State?

Deciding to get a divorce is a major life decision that can have a big impact on you. Trying to figure out the divorce process and who gets what can be stressful, especially if there has been a breakdown in communication between you and your spouse. In addition to the usual concerns a divorce presents, Read More

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Divorcing Your Spouse: Who Gets the House?

If you’re going through a divorce, you probably have concerns about what your life is going to look like afterwards. Even if your marriage dissolution is amicable, there are still changes to work out with your spouse. One important decision in a divorce is figuring out who will get to keep the family home. Oklahoma Read More

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How Alimony Payments Are Calculated in Oklahoma

If you’re an Oklahoma resident considering divorce, understanding alimony and how it is calculated gives you the essential information needed to make knowledgeable decisions and protect your interests during divorce proceedings. Alimony, also sometimes called “spousal support,” refers to court-mandated financial payments from one spouse to another in order to address income disparities between the Read More

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What Are Your Options for Enforcing a Child Support Order?

When one parent fails to fulfill their child support obligations, it makes things more difficult for the custodial parent and can have detrimental effects on the child. If you are experiencing issues with child support payments, several enforcement options are available. One option is to reach out to an Oklahoma government agency for help. The Read More

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Can Grandparents Obtain Visitation Rights?

Grandparents often play a special role in a child’s life, but that role can become challenging when a child’s parents divorce, pass away or become incarcerated. As a result, a grandparent may find themselves suddenly separated from their grandchild and looking for a way to maintain a presence in their life. They must start by Read More

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What Are Your Options for Enforcing a Child Custody Arrangement?

When couples divorce, both parents have a duty to stick to the visitation schedule included in the custody order. Adhering strictly to the terms listed in the order provides stability and is in the best interests of any children covered by the agreement. Sometimes, however, communication between parents breaks down after a divorce. If your Read More

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