Should I Get an Okmulgee Criminal Record Expungement

Criminal Record Expungement

Criminal record expungement in Okmulgee is a right but you’ve got to qualify. There is no doubt; living with a criminal record decreases your quality of life. But all is not lost. Oklahoma Law provides a procedure for giving you a fresh start. Regardless of the record being a felony or misdemeanor, if you meet certain criteria you can obtain an Expungement. Title 22…

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Dividing Debts in Okmulgee Divorce

Dividing Debts in Okmulgee Divorce

Dividing debts in Okmulgee divorce is part of the process. Our divorce clients often have questions and concerns about dividing debts in divorce.  In fact, when explaining the property division portion of a divorce, the dividing up of debts is our most common question.  In Oklahoma, the courts follow the “equitable division” doctrine, which seeks to divide assets and liabilities fairly.  However, fairly does…

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Obstruction Charges in Okmulgee County

Criminal Record Expungement

With the recent testimony of former FBI Director Comey, many people are questioning Obstruction of Justice.  What is it?  What must occur for Obstruction of Justice to exist?  If Obstruction occurs, then what are the consequences?  We aim to answer some of these questions.  The following is a nutshell explanation of Obstruction charges in Okmulgee County with some examples from our criminal defense lawyers….

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How To Calculate Child Support in Okmulgee County

Child Support in Okmulgee County

Calculating child support in Okmulgee County is hot topic. In any legal decisions regarding separating parents who have a child, child support and custody becomes a factor.  As a result, over 30,000 single parents in Oklahoma are the recipients of child support for their child-rearing expenses.  This is only slightly over 50% of the single-parent households in Oklahoma who are eligible for child support…

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Difference Between Felony and Misdemeanor in Okmulgee

Difference Between Felony and Misdemeanor

The difference between a felony and misdemeanor in Okmulgee is huge. The implications range from the length of potential jail time on to your ability to expunge the crime if the charge ends in a conviction. In Oklahoma, crimes are classified as either felonies or misdemeanors. Depending on which you are charged with can determine how you are sentenced by the court. A felony…

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Estate Planning and Grand Children Inheritance

Estate Planning and Grand Children Inheritance

Estate Planning and Grand Children Inheritance is a part of what our Okmulgee wills and Trust lawyers help with. For many reasons people often wish to leave grandchildren inheritance.  In some of the more extreme cases the grandchildren inheritance is important because the natural parent of the children is not present.  This could be due to a death in the family or to grandparents…

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Animal Cruelty Crimes in Okmulgee

Animal Cruelty Crimes in Okmulgee

Animal Cruelty Crimes in Okmulgee can land you in jail. The law is designed to protect animals but sometimes the Police apply it in the wrong way. Mistreatment of animals is a sad reality of life. Fortunately Oklahoma has made laws that aim to protect animals. These laws can also dole out some serious penalties. Title 21 O.S.§1685 makes it a felony to willfully or…

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Which Bankruptcy Should I File in Okmulgee County

Which Bankruptcy Should I file

Clients call us asking which bankruptcy should I file in Okmulgee County? The answer’s easy after you answer a few simple questions. Most bankruptcies are filed under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Regardless of which bankruptcy you file the process is easier than you think. Not only do you get rid of most of your unsecured debt you get piece of mind. No longer are…

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Okmulgee Kidnapping Charges

Okmulgee Kidnapping Charges

Okmulgee Kidnapping Charges are very serious and can land you in prison. Just like any other crime the government brings, they have to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. To do this our criminal defense attorneys tell you that they must prove every element of the crime.In Oklahoma, the kidnapping elements of the crime are when a person, without lawful authority, intentionally seizes, confines,…

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How Much Does It Cost To File Bankruptcy in Okmulgee

Cost To File Bankruptcy

The cost to file a bankruptcy in Okmulgee County can seem confusing. One reason is that you really don’t know what you’re getting for your money. The reality is that unlike the cost of a consumer good or other products that you purchase on a day to day basis its not every day that you file bankruptcy. Adding more confusion to understanding what it…

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