Tulsa Attorney Blog 6 Posts Tagged 'Oklahoma child custody'


  • Oklahoma Child Custody Considerations 

    Tulsa, Oklahoma child custody considerations are uniformly determined according to what is in the best interests of the child. Sometimes, it is easy to determine what is in the best interests of the child. For example, a court will usually find that when one of the parents is involved in criminal activity or uses alcohol […]

  • A Child’s Preference in Oklahoma Custody Disputes

    A Child’s Preferences Can Influence Custody The best interest of the child is the controlling standard in all court matters concerning child custody and visitation in Oklahoma.  In determining what is in the best interests of the child, courts look to a number of factors, including a child’s preference. When a Court Looks at a […]

  • Oklahoma Child Custody Law

    When you are going through a divorce in Oklahoma and have children, it is important to understand Oklahoma child custody laws, visitation and support.  All too often, parents become involved in the divorce process without fully understanding their duties and rights under the law regarding their children. If childhood is a fleeting moment in a […]

  • Rogers County Commissioners Fire District Attorney

    Janice Steidley may continue to represent Oklahoma in criminal matters but her office can no longer act as legal counsel for Rogers County. Why?

  • A Dirty Oklahoma Home Might Not Indicate Child Neglect

    Parents’ housekeeping skills often become the subject of debate in child custody cases. An Oklahoma Child Protective Services employee or an embattled spouse might argue that pet hair from household pets, the smell of farm animals, dusty surfaces and – especially – mice or bugs are evidence of child neglect. A new study by Johns […]

  • How to Voluntarily Transfer Child Custody in Oklahoma

    Oklahoma Child Custody Can Now Be Delegated Without a Court Order A new Oklahoma law adopted in 2014 now allows parents to sign voluntary agreements that transfer custody of a child to another person. The non-judicial delegation of parental custody by power of attorney can last as little as 24 hours or as long as […]