Tag: marital law

Announcement: Oklahoma’s First Divorce Fee Calculator

Tracy A. Cinocca P.C. is proud to bring you, the first Oklahoma Attorney Divorce Fee Calculator! We have developed this calculator as a public service to help individuals acquire a better understanding of the factors that can increase the cost of divorce. Like most attorneys, we make no guarantees; however we hope that this calculator […]

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Family Law: In All Divorces Video

Family Law: In All Divorces You or your spouse just filed for divorce– now what? Divorce can devastate families. If it happens, there are 3 steps that I recommend you take. 1. Gather all important paperwork from your life together. This means: bank statements, credit card statements, retirement accounts, etc. 2. Consult with an attorney. Find […]

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The Psychology of Litigation: Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

Going to court can bring out stress. People do not always behave their best and it is usually one of the worst periods in a person’s life. Whether your lawsuit is against a formerspouse, employer, business partner, or another, it is not unusual for the pressure to push someone into an uncharacteristic mental state. This […]

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Grounds for Divorce: When It is Important & When It is Not

Oklahoma Courts & The Grounds for Divorce– When It is Important & When It is Not! The way couples approach divorce vary. Some are matter-of-fact because it has been agreed or discussed. Others find it emotional and heart wrenching, especially, when there were affairs, abuse or highly charged emotional situations. A preliminary question I receive […]

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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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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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