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Nov 08, 2013

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

I am seeking a passport but am restricted due to child support arrearage I owe my ex-wife. I am only paying arrears and all that money is going to my ex-wife, not the state.

If my ex-wife agrees to allow it, what is the possibility of getting a consent order for a passport?

Oct 30, 2013

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My wife has children from a previous marriage that I do not have "legal guardianship" over.

The biological father is out of the picture and I am the only dad they have known. The problem is when it comes to getting something "legal," such as a passport, we need their biological father’s signature, which is difficult.

Is it possible to get legal guardianship over the kids without consent from one of the parents?

Aug 30, 2013

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

In the divorce decree it states that I will receive a specified lump sum payment when my ex-wife sells the marital home, which she was awarded.

If she pays off the marital residence early, what forces her to pay me anything when it gets sold?

Aug 09, 2013

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My ex and I divorced many years ago, though we moved back in together several years ago and have been cohabiting since.

Now that we are breaking up again she said our original divorce decree is void because we have been living together and she is going to take me back to court.

Does the original divorce decree become void if the divorced couple resumes living together?

Jul 01, 2013

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My custody schedule has a right of first refusal clause that my ex-wife exercises almost every time I have to work, though she never lets me use the clause when she is busy.

Per our parenting time schedule, I have the kids every other weekend and every Tuesday night to Wednesday, but since I work Wednesdays she always takes the kids even though I have daycare arranged.

It's not fair that she always gets to use the first right of refusal, but I never get to. What can I do?

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