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Divorce, Paternity, Child Support Enforcement and Defense, Adult Guardianships, Protective Orders

Family law encompasses a broad range of legal actions which have a significant impact on the lives of everyone involved. Are you seeking an agreed or contested divorce? Would you like parental rights established? Are you having difficulty collecting unpaid child support? Do you believe a guardianship is necessary to protect your loved ones? If you find yourself in any of these situations or something similar then call us for a free consultation.


City and State Misdemeanors and Traffic Tickets

Criminal proceedings are initiated by federal, state, and local governments against those who are alleged to have committed a crime. If you have been charged with a crime it is crucial you have a criminal defense attorney by your side as soon as possible to ensure your constitutional rights are protected. Whether you have received a ticket from a law enforcement officer, been formally charged with a crime, or are being questioned by an investigator, contact us to discuss your legal rights going forward.


991(c) and Section 18 Criminal Expungements, Protective Order Expungements

An expungement is the process of sealing or altering criminal and related records that may currently be viewable to the public. These records include court records, OSBI records, law enforcement records, and records which may be viewable on a background check. Expungements have many benefits including improving one's employment opportunities and allowing one to deny that an expunged criminal incident ever occurred when asked. To see if you qualify, call us for a free consultation. 


Application and Representation before the Pardon and Parole Board

A pardon is the process in which the Governor of the State of Oklahoma can grant forgiveness for a crime committed by an individual. Although a pardon does not erase one's criminal record it can allow an otherwise ineligible citizen to apply for an expungement once the pardon is granted. Before the Governor decides whether to grant a pardon or not, one must apply and seek recommendation from the Pardon and Parole Board. Call us for a free consultation to further discuss the process and eligibility.

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