Prenatal Paternity Testing Determining Parentage

Prenatal Paternity Testing

As more and more parents have children outside of the traditional marriage determining paternity becomes more important. Moreover, there are also those times when a child is conceived while the parties are married but the unborn child may not be of the marriage. Technology in the medical field has advanced tremendously in the past decade.  As a result the field of prenatal paternity testing…

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Oklahoma Emergency Child Custody

Emergency Child Custody

Oklahoma Emergency Child Custody involves situations where someone claims to have personal knowledge regarding an immediate risk of harm to the child. You may have heard about the YouTube vlogger DaddyOFive.  This user and his wife recently lost custody of their two youngest children under an emergency child custody order.  The vloggers, Heather and Mike Martin, were emotionally and physically abusing their children and…

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Explaining Wagoner County Common Law Marriage

Dividing Debts in Divorce

Wagoner County Common Law Marriage does in fact exist and is enforceable as a valid marriage. One of the most famous common law marriages was the union between western lawman Wyatt Earp and Josie Marcus.  In fact, even Oklahoma has a long history of recognizing common law spouses. Common Law marriages occur on a regular basis and often people don’t even realize it. If…

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Parental Preference For Wagoner Child Custody

Parental Preference For Wagoner Child Custody

Parental Preference For Wagoner Child Custody really doesn’t exist. Many people have the misconception that mothers are favored in custody. While this was the case in past years, it is not so today.  Fathers do not have disadvantage simply for being fathers.  If you are in a custody dispute and have questions on parental preference and who is favored in custody, let us shed…

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Explaining Holographic Wills in Wagoner County

Holographic wills in Wagoner County are enforceable as a means to transfer property. We all know that passing on is a fact of life.  This is why many people create wills in order to make sure they have their affairs in order.  This can make life much easier on your surviving relatives when it comes to dividing up your assets.  However, not all people…

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Child Paternity in Wagoner County

Establishing Paternity Prior to Birth: Oklahoma provides that a father seeking to establish paternity must do so within the two years of the child’s birth.  There are several requirements and they work together to establish paternity in Wagoner County. Firstly the Father needs to establish a presumption of paternity. This is done by  demonstrating the existence a relationship between father and child. An example…

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