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October 30, 2017


Child custody battles can be a nightmare. Most of the time, parents cannot initially agree on the division of time with their child or children. Child custody issues and disputes can be complex in Oklahoma. It is imperative you retain the services of a zealous, knowledgeable, experienced, and detail-oriented Norman child custody lawyer.   . UNDERSTANDING CHILD CUSTODY LAWS IN …

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October 23, 2017

Caught in a Drug Trafficking Situation in Oklahoma? What To Do?

Finding yourself in the middle of drug trafficking charges in Oklahoma is undoubtedly a stressful situation, especially if you have been in trouble with the law in the past. In the state of Oklahoma, drug trafficking is one of the most serious drug crimes an individual can face. Drug distribution of any kind is a felony in Oklahoma, which means …

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October 16, 2017

The DUI Law Change You Should Know About

On November 1, 2017 Oklahoma’s new DUI laws will go into effect as the state takes steps towards cracking down on those who decide to get behind the wheel of a car while inebriated. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed State Bill 643 back in June, and the law is just a few short weeks from being implemented. Under the new …

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October 10, 2017

Adopting a Grandchild in Oklahoma

Making the decision to pursue an adoption in Oklahoma is certainly not an easy one. Oklahoma statutes are very specific regarding adoption and designed to govern the adoption process.  An experienced Oklahoma adoption attorney will easily be able to educate you as to the adoption process and what you should expect and consider prior to deciding to move forward with …

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September 27, 2017

How long does it take to adopt a newborn in Oklahoma?

Oklahoma law states that any married couple or single couple may be eligible to adopt a newborn. You can file for a petition for adoption in your local county or the county in which the infant resides. Overall, in the United States, there are two types of adoptions, domestic and foster. Depending on which route you plan on going, the …

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September 21, 2017

Why a criminal record can haunt you?

A criminal record can begin at any age, and for many people, it can be detrimental to securing jobs or a future with a clean slate. Whether you are convicted or not, at times, your history may continue to haunt your prosperity. Updating your record is to your benefit, the Oklahoma law states that to update your record, a certified …

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August 21, 2017

Did you know Drug Possession laws have changed in Oklahoma?

It’s important to stay informed when laws are changed, updated, dismissed, or implemented. And as of early this year, 2017, a pretty big change has been made to the drug possession laws in Oklahoma. It was a mess, as it was voted, then fought, then finally implemented, but eventually, the people’s voices were heard. What is pretty crazy about this …

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August 14, 2017

Do I need an adoption attorney?

Adopting a child is a beautiful thing, but it can also be a very stressful and lengthy process. In Oklahoma, the overall process of the adoption can take up to five years. Because of all the complicated obligations involved in adopting a child, many families turn to an adoption lawyer in OKC to help them along throughout the adoption journey. …

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August 11, 2017

Theft, Robbery, and Burglary! Do you know the difference?

It happens quite often that the terms theft, robbery, and burglary are used to imply the same thing, but contrary to the synonymic misuse of the three words, they actually have quite distinct differences in meaning. They do however have something in common in that they generally are associated implications of someone taking something that belongs to someone else without …

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August 9, 2017

Can I refuse a portable breath test?

If you are pulled over in Oklahoma and accused of drinking and driving, it is likely that you will be asked to participate in various field sobriety tests such as a portable breath test. The majority of the tests that are given are actually even difficult for sober people to complete with 100% accuracy, and are therefore considered to induce …