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11 Most Common Car Accident Causes

Car accidents happen for many reasons and while most drivers operate their vehicles with care, accidents still occur. In Oklahoma, around 74,000 car accidents occur each year. What are the most common causes of car accidents? Here we list some of the more documented scenarios that lead to car accidents.  caDriving While Impaired We hear […]




4 Important Things To Know About Property & Liability Division During Divorce

The division of property and liabilities is part of the divorce process in Oklahoma. If you are facing divorce, these are four important facts about property division under Oklahoma law that you will want to know. 1. You Have Options for Property Division In Oklahoma, both parties of marriage have two choices when it comes […]




What Are the Basic Steps of Establishing Legal Guardianship in Oklahoma?

Parents are automatically the legal guardians of their children. Parents are legally obligated to care for and ensure their children’s health and safety. However, there are other situations where parents are unavailable or unable to care for their children for various reasons, including illness, death, or situations involving abuse and neglect. If a parent cannot […]




What Is Appellate Law?

Appellate law is the branch of law that deals with appealing court decisions. If you have received a court decision that is against you, and you want to explore the options available to you to appeal that decision you will need to hire an attorney who has experience in appellate law. What Does Appellate Law […]




What Are the Different Types of Custody?

Child custody in Oklahoma is assumed to be a joint venture during a divorce and afterward, so long as the father of the child is acknowledged. That means that both parents have custody of the child or children where these children are the result of the marriage or before the marriage between both parties of […]




5 Important Things To Know About A Verbal Agreement In Oklahoma?

Verbal agreements can be tricky, which is why some must be written agreements while others can be verbal. In some cases, certain agreements cannot be enforced.  When A Verbal Agreement Will Not Do Real Estate Transactions are never enforced under a verbal agreement in Oklahoma. All real estate transactions must be written – that is […]




What Is The Statute Of Limitations For A Car Accident In Oklahoma?

The statute of limitations for anyone who has been in a car accident in the State of Oklahoma is two years from the date of the accident. While that seems pretty black and white, there are a lot of gray areas. The Modified Comparative Fault Oklahoma has a modified comparative fault rule which is designed […]




What Rights Do I Have In A Child Welfare Case?

What Rights Do I Have In A Child Welfare Case?  Child welfare in Oklahoma is part of Family Law, and the Family Court oversees cases involving children and child welfare. Parents who find themselves in a position to question the welfare of their children or who have been accused of child endangerment or other child […]




Top Four Causes of Big Truck Accidents in Oklahoma

What are the top four causes of big truck accidents in Oklahoma?  The top four causes os big truck accidents are the following: Sleepiness – Falling asleep while operating a big rig Alcohol-Related – alcohol or drug impairment Fatigue – Too tired to focus or pay attention Emotional – Distraught, anger and depression are three […]




3 Things To Know About Uninsured Motorists Claims.

Despite the fact that Oklahoma requires all drivers to carry automobile insurance, some drivers do not, or they carry just the minimum required amount of insurance. Suppose these drivers are at fault when an accident occurs. In that case, your automobile insurance policy may become the only hope you have for the repair of your […]




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