Leaving the Scene of an Accident

Comparative Negligence

Leaving the Scene of an Accident is a crime in Creek County. Its not uncommon for someone in Creek County to have an accident and leave the scene. Many times leaving the scene wasn’t done with criminal intent but non the less the District attorney in Creek County still brings the charge. Recent cases will help to inform you about the crime and how…

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Explaining Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Creek County

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Creek County is the most popular form of bankruptcy filed in the State. When people talk about bankruptcy all sorts of confusion and differences of opinion come into play. Bankruptcy really isn’t that confusing. Dealing with debt collectors on the other hand is. In times of economic hardship bankruptcy is a great chance for people to rebuild their financial…

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How To Increase Your Credit Credit Score

Failure to Pay Court Costs and Fines

Believe it or not bankruptcy together with some other smart moves can Increase Your Credit Score. Everyone wants good credit and for good reason. To get a credit card, a loan or good interest rates on loans you must have good credit.  Bad marks on your credit report are negative reminders of your past financial mistakes. If you have negative comments on your credit…

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Expungement of Criminal Records

Creek County Nursing home abuse

Expungement of Criminal Records in Creek County has been expanded. Many people make mistakes early in their lives.  These are often the offenses our clients approach us with for help with regarding an expungement.  Expungements can restore firearm rights, career opportunities, and even certain housing eligibility.  If you are interested in the possibility of expunging your past crimes, this article will explain the process…

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Manslaughter Charges in Creek County

Manslaughter Charges in Creek County

Manslaughter Charges in Creek County are divided into different degrees. When an action ends in the death of someone, it can lead to homicide charges. Intentional acts that lead to someone’s death can be charged as murder or manslaughter. Manslaughter is generally an impulsive murder or an inadvertent murder, where there is no plan ahead of time for the death to occur. In Oklahoma,…

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Writing a Valid Will in Creek County

Oklahoma Last Will and Testament

Writing a valid Will requires that it meets Oklahoma estate planning laws. must conform to Oklahoma’s statutory requirements. If you die without a valid will in Oklahoma, your property is distributed in compliance with Oklahoma’s intestacy laws. If you write a will and it fails to meet legal requirements it’s deemed invalid. If this happens its as if you’ve died without any will at…

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Violating a Protective Order in Creek County

Violating a Protective Order in Creek County

Violating a protective order in Creek County is a crime.  However, there are many ways in which this can occur.  As a result, it’s first important that you understand what a protective order is and why they exist.  Generally, Oklahoma Courts will place a protective order against a person in one of several situations:  domestic abuse, stalking and harassment, etc.  These intend to protect…

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Holographic Wills in Oklahoma

Holographic Wills

Recognizing that everyone will eventually pass on is part of life.  While some people take the time and effort to make a will through an attorney, others do not.  However, there are other forms of last wills and testaments that can be valid in a court setting.  These are holographic wills.  Oklahoma is a state that gives legal validity to holographic wills.  However, certain…

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Creek County Burglary Charges Explained

Creek County Burglary Charges

Creek County Burglary Charges are divided by degrees and are different depending on the degree. Some people simply see burglary as a singular crime.  This isn’t true.  Depending on the degree, whether it’s first or second, you could face a vastly different prison sentence.  In fact, between the two levels of burglary is a difference of 13 years potential prison time.  Thus, it’s important…

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Comparative Negligence

Comparative Negligence

Oklahoma comparative negligence can limit recovery in Creek County personal injury cases. Tulsa alone has nearly 30,000 car and truck and motorcycle  collisions annually.  This includes small fender benders, fatality wrecks, and also wrecks that total a vehicle.  Often these wrecks will injure one or more of the people involved.  This triggers a legal theory in Oklahoma law—Comparative Negligence.  In some cases this may…

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