Tulsa Attorney BlogCategory: Family Law

142 Articles:
  • What Happens If You Misuse a Protective Order

    When you file for a protective order, you get an immediate hearing that day on the petition, a judge will enter an order temporarily.

  • How Much Does a Divorce Cost?

    First off, in a divorce, you’re not required to have an attorney. It may make sense for you to have an attorney.

  • How Do You Do Your Divorce Papers

    When you go down to the courthouse in Oklahoma, you talk to the court clerk, they do not have standardized template forms to fill out.

  • Oklahoma Lawyer Discusses Divorce in Tulsa

    So for the first thing, if you’re looking for a divorce lawyer in Tulsa, Oklahoma go to the Wirth Law office.

  • When You Don’t Need a Lawyer for Your Oklahoma Divorce

    First off, you’re not required to have a lawyer. If you’re going to get divorced, you are required to go to court to go through the process.

  • Two Options for Getting Divorced in Oklahoma Without an Attorney

    Each divorce, the party is responsible for drafting their own pleadings and making sure that they comply with Oklahoma law.

  • How to Get a Divorce in Oklahoma

    Unlike a common law marriage where you can enter it outside of court, there’s no such thing as a common-law divorce.

  • How Much is Child Support in Oklahoma?

    It is determined based on primarily the parties’ incomes and the number of kids involved, with a few other factors that go into that as well.

  • How to File for Child Support in Oklahoma

    If you are the father filing, establish yourself as the father, get parental rights and seek child support from the mother. If you’re the mother, then you’re filing to establish that the father is the legal father, biological father, and should be paying child support.

  • What is Joint Custody in Oklahoma?

    Generally speaking, when you have joint custody, it means that you have a joint legal say in the big decisions for the child.