The Temporary Order Form at Your Parenting Plan Conference “PPC”

The Temporary Order Form at Your Parenting Plan Conference “PPC” We should all be so wise as to maintain a clear monthly budget. Sound financial planning and management requires this of businesses and individuals. It is mandated to be disclosed at numerous phases during your divorce, too. So whether you are preparing to use this […]

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Family Law Grounds for Divorce

Many people have religious or other emotional concerns pertaining to divorce, and the reasons leading up to divorce. First, know that Oklahoma family law courts prefer divorces on the grounds of incompatibility. As such, your attorney is likely to recommend that as the grounds for your divorce. However, if a specific ground for divorce applies […]

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How To Prepare For A Lawsuit

In almost any contested domestic matter, you will need to prepare the following items: A List Of Potential Witnesses Include their contact information and anticipated testimony. If you have identified more than one witness who can testify about the same thing, then indicate which one you think would be best and why. Some cases are […]

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Cancer Patients Dealing with Divorce

Cancer patients in family law courts face many issues about their personal care and that of their children. It is highly likely in most divorces and all custody battles that the parties’ medical conditions will be at issue. When the health of litigants is an issue, litigants should carefully consider insurance coverage available through private […]

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Oklahoma Basic Marital Property Law

Oklahoma Basic Marital Property Law Oklahoma courts are required to make an equitable division of property acquired during a marriage. Tigert vs. Tigert, 1979 OK CIV APP 14, ¶6. “An equitable division, however, does not require an equal division.” Id. The Oklahoma trial courts are vested with wide discretion in dividing property, so much so that […]

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Understanding and Developing an Employee Handbook

Employee Handbook “Oklahoma jurisprudence recognizes that an employee handbook may form the basis of an implied contract between an employer and its employees if four traditional contract requirements exist: 1) competent parties, 2) consent, 3) a legal object, and 4) consideration. Oklahoma case law has established two limitations on the scope of implied contracts through […]

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