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What Is the Importance of Father’s Rights in a Divorce Case?

Childhood development relies heavily on the significant roles played by mothers and fathers. In many cases, children who grow up without one of their parents are more likely to show mental, physical, or emotional vulnerability than those who grow up with both parents in their lives. In Oklahoma divorce cases, fathers have equal rights to mothers but often get cheated out of the opportunity to contribute to their children’s development and growth. Any father facing divorce in Oklahoma must understand their rights and how those rights may impact their case. Fathers play a Crucial Role in Childhood Development The Supreme

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How Long Does a High Asset Divorce Take?

When a couple is facing divorce, they are likely dealing with immeasurable anxiety and ready for the process to be over so they can begin the next chapter of their lives. Stories of divorce cases that drag on for years only add to the stress of the situation, but most cases can be resolved more quickly, depending on factors such as: One spouse running a business that constitutes a majority of the couple’s assets Whether the couple has children How many contested items there are The experience and skill of the parties’ lawyers When a couple has acquired significant assets

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Vital Facts to Know About Military Divorce and Child Custody

In the state of Oklahoma, challenges arise in military divorce and child custody, because legislation that governs these issues is a blend of military regulations, federal law, and Oklahoma state laws. There are various federal laws and Oklahoma state legislation that apply in any proceeding in civil court, such as divorce, involving at least one individual who is a member of the U.S Armed Forces. Military divorces and child custody cases have their own unique circumstances, and it is always beneficial for those involved to have a skilled military divorce attorney to walk them through the process. Military divorces often

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Parental Visitation Rights FAQs

When parents are going through the process of deciding on child custody during a divorce, it is necessary to understand the details of visitation for the non-custodial parent. Specific visitation laws vary from one state to another, but parents often have some of the same basic questions regarding their visitation rights. Consider the following questions family law attorneys often hear regarding visitation. Commonly Asked Questions About Visitation What does it mean when the judge designates a “fixed visitation” schedule? Typically, a fixed visitation schedule is one in which the judge orders specific times for the non-custodial parent to spend time

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Default Divorces in the Midwest

In America, over 50% of marriages end in divorce. The reasons vary drastically, as does the path you can take in pursuing your divorce. No matter what process you ultimately choose, it begins with one party filing a divorce complaint to be served to the other party. Depending on your preferences, this is followed by divorce litigation in the courtroom, mediation, or other divorce processes. However, in some circumstances, one party may refuse to participate in any form of proceedings. This can start by ignoring the initial divorce complaint, essentially trying to halt the process. If you are experiencing this

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Family Violence in the Midwest

What may seem like a minor disagreement can quickly escalate into something much more serious for families with an abuser in the home. The vicious cycle of abuse usually starts off small and can escalate over time into physical violence. Because the health and safety of each family member is the top priority, make sure to know what the signs of domestic violence are, so you can protect yourself and those that you love, in addition to seeking legal help to remove yourself from the abuse. What Is Domestic Violence? Domestic violence is a toxic pattern of coercive, controlling behavior

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