Moving a Child After Creek County Custody Order

Moving a Child After Creek County Custody

Moving a Child After Creek County Custody order is in place isn’t always simple. After a divorce or paternity case occurs a parent will often have opportunities that require them to leave the state.  Where does this leave custody agreements?  Relocating with a child after a divorce or paternity determination can be a tricky process.  The court will consider several different factors when looking…

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Parental Preferance in Child Custody

Child Support Calculation

Parental Preferance in Child Custody is a common concern for parents in child custody cases. Many people try to avoid custody battles in fear that one parent will be preferred over another due to gender or financial status.  While this may appear to play a role in custody awards, this is not as prevalent as it was in the past.  Any fit parent genuinely…

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Emergency Custody Orders

Emergency custody orders in Creek County Family Court are a big part of the courts daily business. A Delaware County woman and her estranged husband are facing numerous charges in child abuse, child endangerment, neglect, and more.  DHS workers are also facing federal lawsuits over the situation, allegedly warning the woman and her husband about DHS interviews and visits beforehand.  The abuse includes forcing…

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Defending Against Creek County Child Abuse Charges

Creek County child abuse charges

Creek County Child Abuse Charges are filed when the District attorney feels that a child  has suffered from neglect or abuse. DHS reports show that Oklahoma ranks 8th in the nation for instances of child abuse and neglect.  Of 232 reported cases of child abuse from 2015 to 2016, 220 of these cases were the result of drug or alcohol addiction.  The numbers in…

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