Tulsa Divorce Attorneys Blog

New Tax Laws Impact on Alimony

New Tax Laws Impact on Alimony

February 15th, 2018
New Tax Laws Impact on Alimony Payments in Oklahoma is big. With the new tax laws going through in December of 2017, there are some material changes to divorce laws and Oklahoma alimony payments.  This is specifically seen in the laws regarding tax deductibility of alimony.  The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 eliminates… View Article

child relocation laws in oklahoma

Child Relocation Laws in Oklahoma Custody

November 28th, 2017
Child relocation laws in Oklahoma become important when a divorced parent wants to move with their child after a custody agreement is put in place.  Many times when parents divorce, one party may want to leave the state.  Obviously, this can cause major changes in custody arrangements.  But what happens when the party that wants… View Article

Child Abuse charges during divorce

Child Abuse Charges During Divorce in Tulsa

November 2nd, 2017
Child Abuse charges during divorce will change the divorce and child custody process in Tulsa. Many people know that divorces can become nasty.  Take for example the recent divorce proceedings between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.  The pair has six children together.  When the news of the divorce broke, allegations of child abuse were directed… View Article

Threats by Phone

Family Lawyers in Tulsa Discuss Threats by Phone During Divorce

October 6th, 2017
Threats by Phone During Divorce is an absolute no-no in the divorce process. In a divorce, conversations and text messages can often become argumentative and sometimes threatening.  Offensive and obscene language are tale-tell signs of threats by telephone.  This is especially true if the language is in connection with threatening a person’s life.  If you… View Article

Protective orders in divorce

Protective Orders in Divorce

September 21st, 2017
Protective Orders in Divorce often times go hand in hand. Its not  uncommon that a protective order is put in place at the beginning of a divorce. More often than not protective orders in divorce involve divorces involving minor children.  While this may not always be fair, the court generally takes a “better safe than… View Article

Oklahoma common law marriage and divorce

Oklahoma Common Law Marriage and Divorce

September 6th, 2017
Oklahoma Common Law Marriage and Divorce can be a complex question faced by many couples in Tulsa. Oklahoma is a state that recognizes common law marriage.  You may be wondering why it is important to know if you are in a common law marriage or not.  Well, if you are in one then you must… View Article

Dividing Debts in Tulsa Divorce

Dividing Debts in Tulsa Divorce

June 9th, 2017
Division of Marital Property and Debts: Dividing Debts in Tulsa Divorce is a complex legal issue. The Oklahoma law regarding property and debt division in a divorce requires the court to make an equitable division of all marital property, including debts.  Anything acquired during the course of the marriage is subject to division, including medical debts.  This… View Article