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Archive for July 2015

What happens at a guardianship hearing in Oklahoma?

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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Spousal support laws can vary greatly between states

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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In what situations may a prenuptial agreement be useful?

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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Challenging a voluntary acknowledgement of paternity in Oklahoma

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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