Wagoner Lawyer BlogCategory: Family Law

27 Articles:
  • When Can I Remarry After a Divorce in Wagoner?

    As a resident of Wagoner, Oklahoma, you must abide by state laws if you wish to remarry after a divorce. Oklahoma has a mandatory “cooling off” period after a divorce is final before you remarry. Here is what you need to know. When Can I Remarry After a Divorce in Wagoner? Statistics show that over […]

  • Grounds For Divorce In Wagoner, Oklahoma

    Divorce is the usual way that married couples end their relationship. Statistics show that someone in the United States gets divorced approximately every 10 to 13 seconds. But, a divorce is not as easy as simply choosing to part ways. Divorce is a civil lawsuit that is filed with a state court and tried before […]

  • How to Calculate Child Support in Wagoner County

    Child support is the financial obligation a parent has to support his or her biological children, whether that parent is married to the other parent or not. Child support in Wagoner County must typically be paid until the child reaches the age of 18, but payments can continue beyond the age of 18 if 1) […]

  • How Courts Decide Child Custody In Wagoner County

    Whether the parents were married to each other or not, child custody is always one of the biggest family law issues outside of divorce. Ideally, the parents should be able to consider the best interests of their children and come up with suitable child custody arrangements on their own. However, this doesn’t always happen and […]

  • How Alimony Works In Oklahoma

    Regardless of your gender, you may have to pay alimony to your former spouse if you have been married for a significant period of time and are now divorced. This article is a brief description of alimony in Oklahoma. To find out more detailed information about alimony in Oklahoma, contact a knowledgeable Wagoner family law […]

  • Estate Planning After a Divorce?

    After a divorce, it is not uncommon for one or both spouses to struggle with the new circumstances, financially and otherwise. Even if the divorce occurs after the children are no longer in the home,  re-organizing one’s life and priorities can still be a challenging, life-changing event for the entire family. After the property and […]

  • Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce In Oklahoma

    Divorce is the formal dissolution of a legally valid marriage, and it is the most common way that a marriage ends in Oklahoma. In order to receive a divorce, certain steps must be taken, which include filing a petition for divorce, deciding how marital property is to be divided, deciding on child custody and determining […]