Defending Protective Order Violations in Tulsa

Oklahoma Second degree murder

Protective order violations in Tulsa are very serious crimes. In April of 2017, a woman reportedly held a man at gunpoint from her front porch.  The man was in violation of a protective order that was issued against him.  He was at the woman’s house demanding her debit card and sitting in her driveway even after being ordered by the…

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Elbow Injury at Work and Workman’s Comp

Elbow Injury at work in Oklahoma

If you are facing an elbow injury at work in you have a workers compensation claim. Because an elbow injury at work is so costly, its important that you do the right things that ensure the injury id covered. First, on average an elbow injury costs a total of $7,000 for the entire treatment and recovery process.  During the recovery,…

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Expunging Juvenile Records

Sex Offenses can be Expunged

Expunging Juvenile Records is possible under the law. There are often times people find themselves in terrible situations as a juvenile.  Whether this is due to poor choices or a lack of maturity, it can still have consequences as an adult.  For example, depending on the crimes you are charged with, a juvenile record could enhance your adult charges.  Over…

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Fighting First and Second Degree Burglary in Oklahoma

first and second degree burglary in Oklahoma

Fighting First and Second Degree Burglary in Oklahoma begins with understanding the difference between the two charges. Oftentimes many people believe that the degrees of a crime are not that important.  For instance, someone may not take the idea of first degree burglary much more serious than second degree burglary.  However, there are a few significant differences between first and…

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Dividing Debts in Oklahoma Divorce

Relocating With Your Child after Oklahoma Divorce

Dividing Debts in Oklahoma Divorce is a question faced by many families working through divorce.  One of the most frequently asked questions of a lawyer is “How does property divide in a divorce?”.  This generally includes dividing debts also.  Take for instance you had certain debts entering into a marriage, or your spouse took out student loans for a professional…

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Defending Breaking and Entering Criminal Charges

Battery on a Police Officer

In 1983, Oklahoma courts held in the Sanchez v. State appeal that “breaking” can be applied to small breaking “no matter how slight” to remove an obstruction in order to enter a place.  This was illustrated in Sanchez when he rang a doorbell and when the resident of the home tried to shut the door he pushed it open.  Thus,…

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Garnishments in Bankruptcy

garnishments in bankruptcy

Stopping garnishments in bankruptcy happens everyday. Wage garnishments can occur automatically. They happen when government agencies like the IRS or other creditors think that you owe them money.  They can also occur as a result of a court order that one of your creditors has secured against you. A wage garnishment summons is then issued to your employer. Either way,…

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Expunging Protective Orders in Oklahoma

Oklahoma law allows individuals to seek protection from undue stalking, harassment or abuse.  Emergency protective orders intend this protection.  If necessary and upon a showing of good cause, a permanent order of protection occurs. While emergency and final protective orders will not actually prevent an individual from choosing to pursue their stalking, harassment or abuse, these orders serve as a…

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Tulsa Green Card Application Process

Tulsa Green Card

A green card is a resident visa.  It’s name is after the color of the identification card that issues to aliens. The green card allows foreign citizens to live and work in the U.S. lawfully. The official name for the green card is Form I-551. If you are not eligible for U.S. citizenship but you wish to permanently reside in…

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Marijuana Possession in Oklahoma – Some Tips –

The recent legalization of marijuana for personal use in the states of Washington and Colorado have lead to a widespread push to legalize marijuana in other states at least for medicinal purposes.  In Oklahoma, one senator is pushing to legalize marijuana, however, unsuccessfully.  Thus, Oklahoma marijuana possession laws are as serious as any other drug charge.  Many individuals in Oklahoma…

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Should I Move Out Before I file Divorce?

When beginning a contested divorce or child custody dispute, you might feel a compelling desire to vacate the family home.  Married couples and unmarried parents do not generally end their relationship because of effective communication and enjoyment of each other’s company.  Should I Move Out Before I file Divorce is the question Im asked all the time. Although unpleasant, there…

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Common Questions for Filing Bankruptcy in Tulsa

Filing bankruptcy can be overwhelming because it involves a mountain of paperwork.  There are also many opportunities to make critical mistakes. These can result in continuing liability for dischargeable debts; unnecessary delays while a bankruptcy is amended; and even the dismissal of a bankruptcy that puts a debtor’s assets at-risk.  Because most people struggling with debts have questions about their legal rights…

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