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Does Oklahoma Have Grandparents Rights?
I Would Like To Know If Grandparents Have Rights In Oklahoma? I Mean Can A Grandparent Go To Court And Ask For Visitation Rights?
Oklahoma law governing grandparent visitation is extremely long and detailed, though relatively clear and easy to understand. In Oklahoma, grandparents may be granted visitation if the court deems it in the best interest of the child, provided that the grandparent can show either parental unfitness, or that the child would suffer harm in the absence of visitation. Visitation will not be awarded under any circumstances if the nuclear family is intact and both parents object to visitation. Family situations in which visitation can be sought include death, divorce, separation, annulment, unmarried parents, incarceration and desertion. In most of these situations, a preexisting relationship between the grandparent and the grandchild is necessary for visitation. Some of the subsections call for a "strong, continuous grandparental relationship."
Oklahoma law provides factors for consideration in deciding the best interests of the child. These include the following:
The importance to the child of continuing a preexisting relationship with the grandparent
The age and reasonable preference of the child
the willingness of the grandparent to encourage a close parent-child relationship
the length, quality and intimacy of the preexisting grandparental relationship
The emotional ties between the parent and child
The motivation and efforts of the grandparent to continue the grandparental relationship
The parental motivation for denying visitation
The mental and physical health of the grandparent
The mental and physical health of the child
The mental and physical health of the parent
The permanence and stability of the family unit and environment
The moral fitness of the parties
The character and behavior of any other person who resides in or frequents the homes of the parties
the quantity of visitation time requested and any adverse impact it would have on the child's customary activities
If both parents are dead, the benefit in maintaining the preexisting relationship.
Oklahoma also provides guidelines for proving parental unfitness in a suit for grandparent visitation; however, such a finding cannot be used to terminate parental rights. These factors include the following:
Chemical or alcohol dependency, untreated or unsuccessfully treated
A history of violent behavior or domestic abuse
An emotional or mental illness that impairs judgment or impairs the capacity to recognize reality or to control behavior
A failure to provide the child with proper care, guidance and support
Any other condition making the parent unable or unwilling to give a child reasonable parental care.
Adoption does not automatically terminate grandparents rights in Oklahoma as it does in some states. The law states that visitation may be sought if a grandchild is not living with the parents or if legal custody has been given to another party, except in some cases of legal adoption. Grandparents of a legally adopted child cannot request visitation after the adoption or in a case in which a child was adopted before the age of six months. Visitation rights that were awarded before the adoption may not be terminated without an action of the court.
Great-grandparents have the same right to visitation as grandparents.
I Want To Be A Criminal Defense Attorney?
I'm 15 Years Old And I Want To Be A Criminal Defense Attorney What Do I Need To Do To Become One I Know That I Need To Go To Law School But Is There Anything Differently That I Would Need To Do Differently Than Someone Who Was Like A Injury Lawyer Or Disability Lawyer
I think its awesome that that's what you want to do. To get to law school, you have to get a 4 year undergraduate degree first. It doesn't matter what you major in. The most popular majors before people go to law school are usually political science and history, though criminology or criminal justice would be a good undergrad major if you want to do criminal defense. Once you get your undergrad degree, you have to take the law school entrance exam, the LSAT.
In law school, everyone takes the same classes for the first year. After that, you can start taking more specialized classes. If you want to do criminal defense, you can also participate in moot court and a criminal law clinic (in the clinics you get to assist lawyers with real cases).
After you graduate, you have to pass the bar exam in the state where you want to practice. Then you're good to go.
The best thing you can do right now is keep your grades up and focus on your end goal.
*I also forgot to add that you can intern at a criminal court over the summers during law school and that should prepare you pretty well for the courtroom.*
*Oh yeah, another thing.... You can go to any law school and become a criminal defense attorney. Law schools teach all kinds of law.*
My Friend Is In A Really Bad Marriage Right Now Her Husband Has Been Known To Hit Her And Be Very Mentally Abusive. She Came By Today And Ask Me To Go To Her County And File For Divorce With Her Because He Has Been Taking A Flash Light And A Gun And Searching Every Inch Of The House Everyday Like Ten Times A Day. He Is On Drugs Or Something But She Cant Even Sleep So She Is Staying With Me For A While. What Would Be The Best Way For Her To Go About This She Is Scared That He Will Try To Come Over Here And Hurt Her And My Family. He Is A Pshyco Andvery Capiable Of It. So My Question Is What Should She Do And Can She File For Divorce In A Different County From Where They Live. Will A Restraining Order Really Work For Her If She Lives Here. Please Any Advice Would Be Great.
My advice is both for her safety and yours - monday morning, go to your police department and ask about filing an order of protection.. usually one can be filed at the courthouse and can be granted immediately.. at my courthouse there was a "legal advocate" who helped fill out the papers and stood with me before the judge. I was in and out with one in a matter of hours... Then she will need to go to the police dept where she lived, where she works, and any other places listed in the order of protection and have them make a copy of it to keep on file. She needs to keep this with her at all times.
Immediately she needs to contact a Women's abuse shelter (listed in the phone book) and go there.. they have security and a safe place for her.. trust me, these women know how to provide for her safety and to help her with counseling, and help her get back on her feet.
But, she needs to leave your home. I know it's harsh, but many times husbands fly off and attack the people that are housing the wife because in his mind, if you weren't there, she'd be home and it's your fault. You don't want us to read about your family on the news.. you've seen it yourself too often.. Be her friend.. but don't risk your family for her..
And, the women's shelter is experienced in how to help her with this.. Best of luck and you, your family, and your friend are in my prayers.
Can I Become A Lawyer In Ga, With A Felony ?
Hello I Was Wondering If I Could Become A Lawyer In Ga If I Had A Felony Back When I Was 21 (28 Now) In The State Of Va.
They Were 2 Class C Felonies For Having The Possesion Of Stolen Items. Would Any 1 Know?
Here is something I know a lot about...I had a criminal record when I became a lawyer...
Felonies make it harder...but they don't completely preclude it...I'm assuming that you haven't yet started law school, so you have some time to work on it...Here is my advice...
The first thing I would do is get a therapist...start going to "work out" your issues...whether you need it or not...this will be something you can tell the character and fitness committee...
In addition, volunteer....a lot....do a bunch of community service activities...and everyplace that you do these activities...get to know the people in charge...get them to like you so you can get references from them...again...this will help a lot later...
Finally...absolutely...pay any restitution that you haven't already paid...make sure that you keep your nose completely clean...vote in every election...
One last tip...if you can get those convictions expunged...do it...if not...that's okay...but it's better if they're expunged...
In any case, when planning your future, expect not to be licensed for at least a year or two out of law school...this means you're going to want to get employment that doesn't require a license...a clerkship or associate with a firm, etc...
160.15 Fb (Robbery-1St B Felony) Charge?
How Long Does This Charge Hold Against You , And What Does It Mean All Together?
It means Robbery in the 1st degree, a Class B felony.
1st degree means it is the most serious type of robbery. Class B felony means it is punishable by up to 25 years in prison.
The charge will be a permanent part of the person's criminal history.
Here is the New York State Statue that describes what robbery in the 1st degree is:
S 160.15 Robbery in the first degree.
A person is guilty of robbery in the first degree when he forcibly
steals property and when, in the course of the commission of the crime
or of immediate flight therefrom, he or another participant in the
1. Causes serious physical injury to any person who is not a
participant in the crime; or
2. Is armed with a deadly weapon; or
3. Uses or threatens the immediate use of a dangerous instrument; or
4. Displays what appears to be a pistol, revolver, rifle, shotgun,
machine gun or other firearm; except that in any prosecution under this
subdivision, it is an affirmative defense that such pistol, revolver,
rifle, shotgun, machine gun or other firearm was not a loaded weapon
from which a shot, readily capable of producing death or other serious
physical injury, could be discharged. Nothing contained in this
subdivision shall constitute a defense to a prosecution for, or preclude
a conviction of, robbery in the second degree, robbery in the third
degree or any other crime.
Florida Child Support Guidelines.?
My Wife And I Are Coming Up With A Settlement For Child Support, She'S Ready To Get This Divorce Over With. The Amount The Guidlines Say We Both Are Responsible For Is 1384 A Month. So My Half Monthly Would Be 692.00. Is It Normal For The Judge To Order Me To Pay Half The Medical/Dental Insurance And Half The Daycare Expense Too, In Addition To The 692?
this is the way it works.. the only way its cut in half like what you are saying is if you and her make exactly the same amount every month.. if not they go by the difference in percentages.. for example.. lets say you bring home
4000 a month and she brings in 2000.. they would say your responsible for approx 70 percent of that 1384 a month so basically if your income is more then hers expect to pay over the 692 .. and yes they will order u to pay half of all medical and dental bills, if u have medical / dental through your company they will have u put the kids on your insurance .. now lets say they figure out your child support is 700.00 a month and u have insurance through your job.. and lets say you pay 200 for your insurance and lets say you have 1 child.. a family plan would cover insurance for you and the child so they would divide that 200 in half.. 100 for u, 100 for your child.. then the 100 for your child would be divided in half cause your half responsible for the insurance and your x wife is half responsibile so that would leave your spouse owing u 50 dollars a month to pay towards that insurance, so they at that time would drop your child support payment to 650.00 to give u the 50 dollars your entitled to for the insurance from your x wife.. .. now if your x wife carrys the medical insurance on the kids and then your child support would go up the 50 dollars that u'd owe for your share of the insurance premium.. and yes you would be responsible for atleast half of the day care expenses as well.. and depending on how much more you make then her, they could actually make you pay for a higher percentage.. my husband had to pay 75% of my childrens day care
Ok if you make pretty much even amounts.. then expect it to be pretty much 50/50 acrossed the board other then who carrys the insurance, depending on the medical insurance .. if you carry the medical insurance, figure out how much u pay a month in insurance divide it by how many people are on the plan, then divide only the childs / or childrens share of that insurance plan in half to figure out the difference .. and either subtract that from your share of the child support or add it to hers depending on who carrys it.. but just so you know.. its mandatory now in florida that all child support payments go through the florida child support depository now..