The first video I made several years ago is called “How to Choose A Lawyer.” Here is what I said which still applies. First, you want to make sure that your attorney is qualified. Second, you want to see if you like the attorney’s personality and if you think they’re a good match for you. Third, you […]
Choosing a lawyer can be a difficult and potentially overwhelming experience, especially if you do not even know one! To help ease the search, there are four key areas to take into consideration. This will help you find an attorney who is the best fit for you. First, you want to make sure your attorney is […]
Not only during your divorce action, will you be required to repeatedly complete budgets and provide financial documentation, but you will also be allowed to ask questions to your soon to be ex-spouse. These written discovery requests are called Interrogatories, Requests for Production of Documents or Things and, sometimes Requests for Admission are sent. However, […]
Judicial Order of Proper Conduct It is difficult for many to adjust to the new separate lives divorcing spouses begin. Whether custody is agreed between the parents, and especially if contested it is important to know the standards of behavior adopted by the Courts. In high risk divorces, or ones that are particularly litigious, Courts […]
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Looking for a lawyer? Ms. Cinocca discusses the importance of finding a qualified lawyer, and one whose personality, business practices, and integrity matches your needs.
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 […]