If you have a question regarding Oklahoma visitation laws, Contact the Oklahoma Legal Center to speak with a visitation lawyer today.
Oklahoma child custody laws determine which parent the child/children are granted physical custody to. The parent that is not granted physical custody is normally granted visitation rights unless it is not in the best interest of the child. If for any reason the noncustodial parent is denied his/her visitation rights or his/her visitation rights are interfered with, they may file a motion for the enforcement of visitation rights. Due to the delicate nature of children, this motion immediately issues a order for mediation or a hearing that will be no more than 21 days after the motion was filed.
If the court finds that the custodial parent has been interfering with the visitation of the noncustodial parent, Oklahoma visitation rights law allows the court to create a specific visitation schedule, compensate the noncustodial parent the time missed with the child/children with equally valuable time which could be supervised, assign responsibility of attorneys fees to the custodial parent, assign one or both parents to counseling that will focus on the impact of visitation disputes on children and if the situation called for more drastic measures, the court can modify previous child custody rulings.
If the court finds that the custodial parent has not been interfering with the child visitation they have the judicial power to assign all of the attorney’s fees, mediation costs and court costs to the noncustodial parent.
Oklahoma child visitation laws are designed to protect the interest of the child or children involved. Contact an Oklahoma visitation lawyer at the Oklahoma Legal Center today.
If you are pregnant and considering adoption for your baby, Contact the Oklahoma Legal Center, we can help you with your Oklahoma adoption. We understand that this is an emotionally difficult decision and will help you in both the legal and emotional aspects. All calls are handled with the utmost professionalism and confidentiality.
Adoption in Oklahoma is legal process that results in a court order declaring one person to be the legal child of the adoptive parent/s. When the adoption is finalized, the birth parents are no longer responsible for the child and they no longer have an obligation to child support. Whether you are still in contact with the father or not, the birth father must be informed of the adoption process. Adoption regulations are always in the best interest of the child. An Oklahoma adoption will provide a safe and permanent home for your child. When faced with this difficult decision, Contact the Oklahoma Legal Center, we have experienced lawyers that will provide knowledgeable and caring assistance throughout the adoption process. All calls are handled with the utmost professionalism and confidentiality.