In order to be determined the legal guardian of a child in Oklahoma. According to Oklahoma guardianship laws, the person seeking to be named a guardian must submit the appropriate forms to the court clerk, make a request to a judge to name the person as the child’s guardian and attend a guardianship hearing. Today,…

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Many married couples in Oklahoma may find themselves moving out of the state, and many couples married in other states move to Oklahoma. Moving during a marriage is not unusual. It could be due to a job transfer, to be closer to family or for many other reasons, both financial and personal. And, just as…

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While it may not be romantic, some soon-to-be married couples in Oklahoma may find that before they walk down the aisle, drafting a prenuptial agreement is the responsible thing to do. In fact, there are several scenarios in which a prenup may be a useful means to protect the financial interests of both parties. For…

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When a child’s parents are unmarried, and the child’s mother has sole physical custody of the child, in general the child’s father may be ordered to pay child support. However, before a child support order can be executed, paternity must be determined. One way paternity is established in Oklahoma is if the father signs a…

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